Spent two nights here, on a special deal that included a three course meal on one of the nights. We arrived in the evening on the first night, and were given room 110, overlooking the cows in the field next door and the church in the distance. The parking was out the front of the hotel, with some table and chairs also to the side. The hotel is new, decorated with pale wood and magnolia walls.
Our room was a good size, and looked a lot like the style of room you would get in a Travel Lodge. The walls were plain, with no pictures on the walls, and all magnolia coloured. In the room we had a double bed, bed side tables and lamps, small table and chair, wardrobe, desk with flat screened TV, hairdryer, kettle and cups with tea and coffee provided, but no fridge. The bathroom had a toilet, bath/shower and a small sink. The towels were a bit small and thin, and definitely not 'fluffy' and the shower was a bit difficult to turn on from around the shower screen. It was all very clean and new, although the finish to the room wasn't the best, with sockets loose on the wall or paintwork a bid shoddy. It is described as having 'elegant' 'exceptional' rooms on the website, and gives this impression of being very contemporary, but is just a newly done up place with simple fittings. The best thing was the comfortable bed, with crispy white sheets. The duvet was rather thick, but leaving the window open to cool down at night meant we got to listen to the amazing bird song in the mornings.
But the hotel staff were very friendly. Breakfast was good with cereal, fruit, yoghurt, juice, and your choice of cooked breakfasts and toast. On the second night we had our three course meal, with a good choice from different menus. It was well cooked and presented, with a choice of side dishes. Alcohol from the hotel is a good price, compared to local bars, and there was a selection of wines. The restaurant was definitely the best choice in the area for food, and we wished we had gone there on the first night too, instead of deciding to see what Kilmallock town centre had to offer!!
The hotel was a good choice for getting to other areas, including the Ballyhoura hills and walks.
We did enjoy our stay here, but wouldn't say it was exactly what we expected after reading the description of the place from the website. It was good value for money with the meal included one night, as well as the large breakfasts.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Deebert House Hotel is a family run hotel combining traditional Irish hospitality with all of the twenty first century modern conveniences expected by the discerning hotel guest. Situated in the medieval town of Kilmallock, Deebert House Hotel is the ideal base from which to explore the unspoilt landscape of Ballyhoura Country. A must see destination for the heritage & walking enthusiast! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Deebert Hotel Kilmallock