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Reviews - Glengarriff Park Hotel

Glengarriff Co. Cork, Cork,
Glengarriff Park Hotel is located in the heart of the peaceful village of Glengarriff at the entrance to the Blue Pool Park and Garnish Island, this newly renovated hotel offers you a unique opportunity to relax and unwind, with a range of luxurious bedrooms, superior dining in the Park Bistro or share a drink with the locals in our warm, friendly bar. Take a walk through the 60 acres of parks, botanical gardens and nature reserve right on our doorstep. Set in thee mountains of West Cork, Glengarriff is a bustling coastal village with spectacular scenery and activities, such as walking, fishing, golf, sailing, gardens horse riding or simply relax…
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80% recommended this accommodation to a friend 100% would stay again
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A charming get away in a stunning location
Big bright bedroom - immaculate and well stocked. Friendly and attentive staff. Smart design of all the public areas. Very good value for money

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J Vanek

From Dublin D8, Republic of Ireland
Who stayed in October 2013

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Good To Average
Modern, clean hotel and rooms, food is nothing special, without being terrible. Some rooms at the back you can hear the restaurant fans, so can be quite annoying if you are trying for an early night. Would stay again but would ask for a quiet room. Staff were friendly and obliging and room price was 90euro per night.

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Nigel H

From Carrick on Suir, Republic of Ireland
Who stayed in September 2013

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excellent food and nice bar area

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JEFFREY M

From UK
Who stayed in September 2013

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Excellent little place
Stayed here for a night with a friend - v impressed - good location, nice airy room and right in the middle of town. The food in the restaurant was particularly good.

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Ben G

From dennehys cross, Republic of Ireland
Who stayed in May 2013

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Exceeded my expectations and hopes, and I'm a fussy guest!
My husband and I only travelled from Bandon, Co Cork but wanted a really relaxed but good break. (We live with and care for my 94-yr-old father-in-law). We already knew the hotel from visiting the village previously, and love the attached craft and gift shop, where my husband actually bought my anniversary gift last July! We had eaten lunch here before, and really enjoyed it. The hotel has a very contemporary feel, but is done so in a warm welcoming colour scheme that gives it a cosy feeling. We loved our room, which had everything we needed and the bed was wonderful! The menu for our evening meal was interesting and the food was excellent. We then went to the bar for a couple of hours of music from some great local musicians playing traditional music. Great! No stress, no hassle, just all we needed and wanted and wonderful friendly service. As it was out of season we could not go to Garinish Island, where I would have loved to see the Italian Gardens! Next time we will. Also the Scupture Garden nearby was closed until a little later this year, but again we will go next time we visit. We did do the hike up to Barley Lake, which was beautiful and worked of our lovely cooked breakfast! (Cooked to order, not a hot buffet). Thanks for a great break!

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Deborah DeMarco

From Bandon, Republic of Ireland
Who stayed in February 2013

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Good value at reduced rate
I stayed in this hotel in January, taking advantage of an exceptionally good rate. The location is good, the room was lovely, and the staff helpful although multi-tasking since there were very few guests. The food wasn't great but no doubt improves during the tourist season.

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Hilary Bradt

From Seaton, UK
Who stayed in January 2013

Travelling alone

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