We've just returned from a 2 week vacation in Ireland, mostly staying with cousins in their homes. We had the opportunity to travel to various parts of the country with our cousins, and happened upon Rosleague Manor Hotel rather serendipitiously. What a lovely hotel, the ambience is simply charming. We arrived on a Sunday night, without reservations and were given a great package rate that include B&B and dinner. Our party of five had 3 rooms, each one nicer than the next. My husband & I had a huge room with a 4-poster bed, and a bathroom that lodged a deep claw fot tub, with a shower. DEVINE! The multi coursed meal at dinner was the best meal we had in all of Ireland this trip. We had our after dinner tea and coffee in one of the sitting rooms, ( which was served with little tarts and chocolates as well!!),where we visited with our cousins, and made use of the hotel's free internet and computer to touch base with family at home in America. The freshly squeezed orange juice at breakfast was such a treat, none of the concentrated juice we are used to.The cooked to order breakfast and large buffett of breads and fruits, etc, kept us going until supper. The conservatory literally sparkled at night from the tiny fairy lights, and then in the morning when the sun was in it's glory. How wonderful for us that the finely tuned paino was treated to the tune "Pony Ride" ,played by our delightful 12 yr old cousin. We were in heaven! The staff at Rosleague Manor was superb. We seemed to have quite a few questions, all answered quickly, and although there wasn't a hairdryer in the room, was one provided upon our first request. The views of the inlet and the mountains, the charming path to walk down to the water, it all just adds up to relaxation at it's best.
We are far from "high society", as another post said the clientele was, and we enjoy the antquity of a place, shy away from the modern.
I agree there was a strong "cleaning smell" intially in the lobby, but it was not off-putting; I assumed that the hall had just been mopped.
My only "complaint", would be that I found the pillows too hard to my liking, prefer a softer pillow. I did not ask if there was different pillow available, and I certainly was well rested in the morning, so I don't even know if I'd call that a complaint.
We likely would not have thought we could "afford" to stay at Rossleaque Manor Hotel, so glad we decided to "treat" ourselves to this lovely place, it was completely worth it!
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