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Newest reviews for Corcreggan Mill Lodge

  • Colm
      United Kingdom
    August 12, 2014

    Location & Character

    Cost

    6.7

  • Robert
      United States of America
    August 11, 2014

    Everything that Brendan has done to the place. If you get a chance to spend some time with him, the stories are well worth it.

    Wifi was flaky.

    9.2

  • Krayenbuhl
      Switzerland
    August 8, 2014

    Brendan Rohan, the "boss" is great, so welcoming and jolly, made one feel at home. We liked how it was "set-up", spacious and rambling. Comfy sitting rooms on two floors. Easy to help yourself to a drink and pay later. Wifi connection. On signing-in we were given lots of information on where to eat in town and interesting places to visit . Brendan has written a booklet on local history and easy walks in the area, available at the reception. It was great to find a place where we had a comfortable room and our children and grandchildren could park their campers.

    Dining room (for breakfast) is a bit too small when the hostel is fully occupied .

    9.6

  • Tom
      United Kingdom
    August 6, 2014

    Owner's obvious love of his building Good shower Good sleep Great Continental breakfast In touch with local history

    Dodgy Wi-Fi

    9.2

  • Maria
      United Kingdom
    August 5, 2014

    a really warm and friendly staff you felt like you were at home really enjoyed our stay Brendan was an excellent host very knowledgeable

    10

  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    August 5, 2014

    Very basic, pay the extra few euro and stay in a hotel in the town

    4.6

  • Anonymous
      Ireland
    August 5, 2014

    It did have an old world character, very interesting features in rooms and on walls.

    It was cold in the room. The room had some nice features, but there was a lack of care in things such as curtain poles that fell down when you tried to close the curtain and holes in the curtains.

    4.2

  • Siobhan
      United Kingdom
    July 30, 2014

    Pretty décor Quirky A reasonable breakfast Nice view

    Staff weren't there at desk when came to check in, so I had to wait Noise

    5.8

  • Joachim
      Germany
    July 27, 2014

    The familiar atmosphere, the original and tasteful equipment and furniture of living- and breakfast(dining)room, the excellent tips of Brandon(the hostelowner) what to do, Horn Head, boat trip to Inishbofin, the wonderful beaches

    8.8

  • Gareth
      United Kingdom
    July 25, 2014

    The friendly atmosphere

    10

  • Dillon
      Ireland
    July 25, 2014

    We booked into the lodge for 3 nights and were instantly taken aback by the beauty of the facilities and the surroundings. The entire place is laden with history and charming character that makes you feel homely and welcome. The staff were friendly and Brendan - the owner - gave us valuable tips and insight on where to go in the area as well as how to get to the mountains to climb. He also arranged for us to take a trip out to Inishbofin island, which we wouldn't have done normally but it turned out to be one of the best parts of the trip. Breakfast was included, which was an added bonus, and the room and bathroom were lovely and clean. The location was perfect as well with easy access to Dunfanaghy and Falcarragh. We would happily stay there again.

    We read some reviews before the stay and some of the negative ones are misleading. We don't have any complaints!

    9.6

  • Pam
      United States of America
    July 25, 2014

    Our host Brendan had the most interesting accommodations for us, it was perfect. It was comfortable and included a great continental breakfast. We had only planned to spend one night but liked it so much we spent two nights. He told us some history of a small island called Innis Bo Finne just off the coast. He set up a boat ride out and back and we spent most of the day out there. We got to swim off a beautiful white sandy beach. We will be telling everyone about our great experience there. Thank you Brendan!

    There was nothing we did not like.

    10

  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    July 23, 2014

    Brendan is a well of local information and a very friendly guy.

    There were only blinds (of a sort) on the windows and not curtains. We were woken by the daylight at 6am and didn't get back to sleep. The walls are paper thin and you don't get much privacy!!! We could hear Brendan talking at reception as if he was in the room with us.

    5.8

  • Anonymous
      Ireland
    July 22, 2014

    Location is spectacular,buildings are quirky and interesting,you can tell that the owner has put his heart and soul into the renovations.

    Felt some of the staff were very young and inexperienced,when I asked for a coffee,was shown a cold pot of coffee and told I could put it in the microwave! Bit overpriced for what you got...we paid 80euro for twin room with en-suite,meagre and uninteresting continental breakfast. Suitable as a hostel but not B&B.

    5.8

  • Anonymous
      Netherlands
    July 13, 2014

    We stayed in one of the private rooms which are very cozy. Guests are also welcome in the hostel, at the camp place or you can park your motorhome. The place (located in the hills near Dunfanaghy) is rebuild in the old style and is therefore very peaceful and pleasant to stay. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Family friendly.

    Please don't expect this place to be a trendy hotel.

    7.5

  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    July 8, 2014

    The character of the place and the friendly owner who took time with his guests to explain the locality.

    The staff had limited English and misinformed us about charges for paying with debit or credit cards. No television in the common room.

    7.1

  • Anonymous
      United States of America
    July 7, 2014

    The views were interesting.

    This property is up for sale and not kept up. It wasn't cleaned properly and the staff that we dealt with had problems with English. The mattress...well, I'm sorry that I looked at it. This is not a place for people with asthma. Would not stay here ever again.

    4.2

  • Jennifer
      United Kingdom
    July 2, 2014

    The character of the place and the diversity and mix of the accommodation - makes it interesting and alive. We had the apartment so we had space and comfort when we wanted to be indoors. The breakfasts were great and the staff were helpful and informative. If you need a traditional stay then maybe this is not for you but we loved it.

    The sofa in the apartment didn't really give a good night's sleep - maybe provide a light topper type mattress and then all will be well!

    7.5

  • Tori
      United Kingdom
    June 28, 2014

    The owners were excellent and very friendly and we were very happy with our room!

    The woman on reception wasn't helpful and wasn't available at the desk.

    9.2

  • Nicole
      United Kingdom
    June 10, 2014

    Good location Staff helpful

    Bedroom 1, creaky beds and sewers smell in bathroom

    5.8

  • Christine
      United Kingdom
    June 8, 2014

    The Italian lady was nice

    Its very very basic and quite a dark place inside.

    5

  • Louise
      Ireland
    June 8, 2014

    Staff are friendly and helpful. Nice surroundings and comfortable room upstairs where you can play games or relax with a drink.

    Our room was not very clean. I was there with my young children and had to keep them away from window sills as there were cobwebs/dead flies on there.

    6.7

  • Colin
      Canada
    June 6, 2014

    Scenery.

    STAY AWAY. staff's bad English. need Irish staff at front desk to explain hostel and surroundings. menu said Irish stew available but not today!! No glasses in room and tiny. way too expensive! 90 Euro. Previous hotel 4 star was 84 euro for 2 beautiful rooms. Had pool, sauna, steam room, hot tub AND full Irish breakfast.

    3.3

  • Therese
      Ireland
    June 4, 2014

    Friendly relaxed staff. Location was amazing. Accommodation was delightfully quirky yet comfortable & reasonably priced. I'd go back.

    9.6

  • Edel
      Ireland
    June 3, 2014

    Stayed for 1 night last wkend .. Great location to nearby beaches .. Fab scenery .. Bedroom v comfortable & clean Very relaxing sitting room..kitchen well designed for self catering needs .. Enjoyed continental breakfast with great coffee . Staff at reception very friendly and helpful ..we certainly will be back again .. Edel

    8.8

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