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Newest reviews for Mullaghmore House

  • Sylvia
      United Kingdom
    2 September 2014

    The bed was amazing regarding comfort! The best for comfort anywhere in the world!

    7.9

  • Alan
      United Kingdom
    29 August 2014

    Mullaghmore is like going back in time but with all mod cons the restoration of this house is to the highest standard and if you appreciate antiques then this is the place to stay the host Mr Kelly was very kind and hospitable and if there was anything you needed he would oblige, it is great value for money and very comfortable and if you plan to stay in the area I would highly recommend it.

    Nothing

    9.6

  • Lee
      United Kingdom
    21 August 2014

    Good breakfast, bespoke room with unique heritage, like being a guest at a country mansion. Secure ample parking, comfortable beds and excellent sleep, very friendly hosts. Great place to visit, would love to return.

    10

  • Leela
      United Kingdom
    20 August 2014

    Good location, off the A505, close proximity to historical sites and to Omagh. Lovely host and lovely comfy accommodation.

    7.5

  • Alan
      Ireland
    18 August 2014

    Fascinating old house filled with antiques and wonders. Terrific breakfast.

    Only that the breakfast-room too quiet, needs a radio.

    8.3

  • Vanessa
      Ireland
    14 August 2014

    Our night there was so special we didn't expect this at all. The owner couldn't be nicer and funnier. The house had a unique character - it was like a little museum with a real history. The owner was really happy to present his house. The breakfast was delicious.

    Nothing

    9.6

  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    8 August 2014

    Beautiful old house. Friendly people.

    No black pudding with breakfast ;-)

    9.6

  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    2 August 2014

    Quiet.breakfast. wi fi. friendly owner and v welcoming.

    7.9

  • Adrian
      United Kingdom
    29 July 2014

    The House itself was a 1 off....rolling in history,lots of charactor... a must stay property.....

    10

  • James
      United Kingdom
    28 July 2014

    Everything: Mullaghmore House is run a bit like your own house, except, way bigger(assuming you don't live in a Mansion). Nothing too formal. There are fewer and fewer places like Mullaghmore House, where 'The Main Man', Louie, takes a "genuine" personal interest in your comfort and wellbeing. My view is, that if you like Mullaghmore House, you're probably normal. If you don't, then you may have issues and expectations that are unrealistic.

    10

  • Colin
      United Kingdom
    27 July 2014

    Friendly, bedroom cleanliness and good food

    First impression on arrival old and dated but after entering bedroom all ok as all the comfort you require is there.

    8.8

  • Eric
      Australia
    17 July 2014

    Friendly staff proud of home run tour for students because of age of House.Lovely old house and furnished to suit.

    A bit wary of the stairs

    8.3

  • Richard
      United Kingdom
    15 July 2014

    Nothing to dislike here, friendly, helpful, excellent breakfast!

    10

  • David
      United Kingdom
    8 July 2014

    quirky little spot no hassel very close to city centre , if you want somewhere quiet and peaceful this is the place.. owner is cool and funny ... will be back

    9.2

  • Anonymous
      Ireland
    6 July 2014

    Such an interesting place with so much to see--like a museum. Plus, a fantastically entertaining host!

    10

  • Susan
      Canada
    25 June 2014

    I appreciated the historical atmosphere of Mullaghmore House...it's quaint and the owner was very helpful to me in helping me get around the area. The location was great for me.

    8.8

  • Anonymous
      Ireland
    25 June 2014

    atmosphere in house

    7.1

  • Owen
      Ireland
    19 June 2014

    Excellent value Very Friendly staff Decent location Very nice well kept house with plenty of antics. Good meals

    Wi-fi a little too slow

    8.3

  • Robert
      Ireland
    11 June 2014

    The owner was a great character. Very easy to get along with, very informative and so obliging. There was a lovely athmosphere in the house and overall a very good experience. It was our anniversary and the owner left flowers, chocolates and a lovely card in our room on arrival. What a lovely surprise, and so thoughtful. We would definitely return.

    7.5

  • William
      United Kingdom
    4 June 2014

    the crack

    8.8

  • Nina
      United Kingdom
    27 May 2014

    this is a very interesting and delightful guest house, very warm and friendly atmosphere, not to mention out of this world décor and truly one of kind place, full of eclectic antiques. We were at a wedding round the corner and decided to stay here as it was cheaper but we got much better value for money, lovely soft Egyptian cotton sheets, and huge big cooked breakfast served with a lovely big pot of tea in nice tea cups. This is a gem of a place.

    9.6

  • Anonymous
      Ireland
    27 May 2014

    Great ambience. Landlord couldn't have been any nicer. Bed very comfortable, room lovely and very clean. Will stay against .

    Nothing comes to mind

    9.2

  • Shane
      United Kingdom
    25 May 2014

    An extraordinary and historical building fulfilled with beauty accompanied by a heartwarming and delightful host. Breakfast was excellent every morning.

    In discovering the Tourist Board have done little to assist this establishment has been very disheartening.

    10

  • Derek
      United Kingdom
    21 May 2014

    The old world atmosphere and all the historic associations of the house and furnishings. The warmth of the welcome and the feel of 'freedom of the house'

    8.8

  • Alan
      Ireland
    20 May 2014

    The location was great. Louie, the owner, was the perfect host. Room was lovely. All in all a first class stay

    10

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