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Yeats Country Hotel, Spa and Leisure Centre
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Reviewed December 1, 2012

We thoroughly enjoyed our time in this hotel. We found all the staff very welcoming and most helpful. It was evident that this is a family run hotel that little bit extra was there all the time. We found the food absolutely delicious and choices excellent. Our room was spacious and very comfortable. The view from our window was breathtaking. Entertainment was very good we had Marion Fitzgerald singing and Brian McEniffe played the keyboard for a while. Great music to listen to and most certainly terrific for dancing too. There is a Luxury Spa Retreat waiting anyone who wishes to avail of it, ideal to relax and unwind at the Eros Health Spa. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this hotel for a holiday break.

  • Stayed: November 2012, traveled with friends
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1  Thank smiler073
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Reviewed November 26, 2012

I've stayed at the Yeats Country quite a few times over the last 12 years or so, when playing golf at the nearby Rosses Point Golf Links.

Conveniently located to the golf course just across the road, this hotel offers everything our group want in terms of accommodation, food and leisure facilities (gym, 20 meter swimming pool, sauna, steam room and jacuzzi) - and all at affordable prices.

Room Tip: Most rooms have a sea view - but ask, just to make sure.
  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled with friends
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Reviewed November 25, 2012

I liked everything! The staff was exceptionally friendly and helpful and went out of their way to accommodate us in every possible way! We tried the spa and the girl there was amazing. I tried the seaweed bath and a facial and it was to die for. 10 gold stars to all the staff!!!

The location was beautiful. First thing we saw when opening the curtains was the sea and the beautiful Sligo nature, spectacular views!

We really liked the old fashion style of the hotel, with fires burning (even in the breakfast room). It was warm, cosy and welcoming. If you're looking for slick and modern this is obviously not your place, but for warmth, friendliness and welcoming it was totally amazing.

The bedroom was very spacious and spotless, though maybe a little dated, but it was warm and had all the facilities you need.

We got a fantastic deal as it was low season and midweek so it was great value for money too. Would most definitely stay there again! In fact, I can't wait to go back!

Room Tip: The sea views are fantastic so ask for a room towards the seafront. We didn't have to ask though, we got a room this side anyway.
  • Stayed: November 2012, traveled with friends
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Thank Lena W
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Reviewed November 22, 2012

Currently on a long business trip around Ireland and staying in all sorts of hotels.
This one looked okay for outside. We arrived in the dark, about 7pm.

The woman at the check in desk was very odd. I guess you could be charitable and call her quirky.
Told her that someone had left their car door open in the car park, a blue Micra with the driver's door wide open. Her reaction was to say "That's very strange"' or something like that, and 2 hours later I saw that the Micra door was still wide open.

The food in the restaurant was good, and the waitress very pleasant.

The bar is something else altogether. Like a time warp back into the early 70's, and nearly worthy a trip to the hotel just to see it.
Hotel management, please don't change the fabulous decor.
The bar counter is some sort of glowing orange plastic. It lights up inside.
The walls are in natural stone with vintage old paintings and a big mural of the Buddha's head by the cigarette machine.

Didn't get a chance to use the pool. It's outside the hotel, across a car park and didn't fancy walking over in the rain.

Now to the rooms. This hotel is owned by the same company as the awful Holyrood Hotel in Buncrana, where I stayed earlier on this trip.
The furniture in the this hotel is not as decrepit as the Holyrood, but it is still unacceptable. There was a desk and a chair in the room, and the chair had some large dark mysterious stain right in the middle of the seat. What was it? Blood?
Maybe best not to ask.
Nothing else to sit on while I did some work though.
I'll try and attach a photo of that but working off an iPad here so not sure it will let me.

  • Stayed: November 2012, traveled on business
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Thank GrandfatherClock
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Reviewed November 11, 2012

just back from a one night stay at this hotel and I would definitely stay there again.
The receptionist was very friendly, welcoming and helpful. Our room was very spacious, breath taking view and beautifully warm on a wet November evening. The décor was a little out of date but this just added to the old time feeling of this hotel. It is not pretentious in any way and is without doubt deserving of its three stars...It has a lovely atmosphere. The bar food was modest but suitable priced and as my partner is tee total he was served free tea throughout the night. There was entertainment in the lounge after dinner. a lovely open fire and comfy couches and chairs. The staff were exceptionally friendly and helpful. I wish Ireland had preserved more of these traditional hotels instead of the collection of card board boxes without personality or charm which I am forced to stay in constantly. If you are looking for a reasonably priced clean hotel with charm this is definitely the place to stay.

Room Tip: we asked for a quiet room and were placed in room 306 on the third floor - very suitable
  • Stayed: November 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank MaryCCCarlow
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