Stayed here for one week, upon arrival was greeted very warmly, a lovely Irish welcome! It is about a mile outside of the town so is very quiet and you do get a very good nights sleep. The breakfast is good with plenty of tea and toast.
On the not so good side the room I was in was a little tired but I did see two other rooms upstairs and they were very nice. There isn't any tea or coffee provided in the room and this is a great shame as I was gasping for a cuppa! They do provide a bottle of water and this was welcome. The lounge looked quite comfortable though I didn't use it, went into town to get something to eat and drink! There was in the corner of the lounge by the TV a stuffed dog (maybe a favourite family pet) which I thought was a little strange!