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Food & Drink
Bar, Restaurant With Dining Menu
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Room Service, Fax/Photocopying
Heating, Designated Smoking Area
3:00 PM - 10:00 PM
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 5 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 2 years are charged EUR 5 per person per night in a crib.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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The Hylands Burren Hotel is located in the charming village of Ballyvaughan, on the east coast of Ireland.
Score from 98 reviews Very good
Just a 5 minute walk from Galway’s city center and its train and bus station, Ashford Manor offers rooms with private bathrooms. Guests can enjoy free Wi-Fi and free parking.
Score from 327 reviews Review score
Situated in the heart of Doolin, at the foot of the Cliffs of Moher, Doolin Hostel overlooks the village and out to sea.
Score from 546 reviews Very good
On the promenade in the Salthill area of Galway, Galway Bay Sea View Apartments offer striking balcony or roof terrace views out over the bay to the Clare Mountains.
Score from 396 reviews Very good
We found the room to be very cozy and the bed to be quite comfortable. We liked that we got a room on the front side of the building as it had a view of the street while we noticed that the rest of the rooms didn't appear to have pleasant views.
We didn't care for the breakfast being served in the middle of the pub while they seemed to be cleaning from the night before. They walked past us with garbage from the restrooms and cleaning supplies. They have a very pleasant area closer to the front that would have been much more comfortable and out of the way of the staff and their cleaning. Also the music was way too loud and was bar music first thing in the morning...not exactly the way I like to wake up. Over all the breakfast was good just need to work on their presentation.
The lovely staff, the cosy atmosphere, the food was really brilliant, fabulous Irish coffee, relaxed and just lovely
The carpets in the bedrooms were a bit smelly, and there was a dog in the room next door.
The location was right in the middle of the village and so facilitated easy meandering.
Basic hotel and breakfast served in pub area.
Everything was very good.
Nice atmosphere and get the impression that it is part of the social fabric of the town. It is a relaxing place with good food and drink.It is well worth a visit.
Restaurant service a bit slipshod. Waitress got two items in our breakfast order wrong. Not a big deal though. The car park is small and we could not get a space on two of our three nights. Some of the cars parked in the car park were obviously staff cars as a member of staff was sitting in one of the cars.This is not acceptable. Furthermore one of the exits/entrances to the car park was permanently blocked by cars.
The hotel is beautiful in all its dicor, the food is fab, the samon is 2 die for and the menue it self is fab,great value and lovely people what more could u ask for, the place is a little bit of heaven.
One thing only we were at the front, and there was some traffic in the morning, we e early
Not much more like public house than hotel
It was more like public house than hotel and very isolated location
The food was top. Really fresh ingredients and really tasty. The service was very good, everyone was really nice to us. Perfect location to follow the wild atlantic way all the way through Clare's coast.
The mattress was too hard. The acoustic could be improved.
The staff Our Room The town The Burren, the bay, the walks
There are better places to eat just outside of Ballyvaughn but pub food is ok if you like that and no shortage of great drinks
Our welcome was excellent, the staff are lovely, spotlessly clean. good breakfast.
A little overpriced comparing it with some of the other places we stayed
This hotel is adorable.
Friendly staff, great location
Extremely quaint lodge with very friendly and hospitable staff. Breakfast was delicious. Ballyvaughan is lovely and we enjoyed the closeness of a few nice restaurants and pubs and the close proximity of other activities. Highly recommend and would definitely stay here again.
Such a wonderful stay . A special thanks to Trisha who welcomed us on arrival and made sure all was well throughout our stay .
My room was very basic.The bathroom was very stuffy.The selection of cereals and yogurts at breakfast was poor.The pictures on the website were misleading because in reality the entire place felt in need of a makeover.
Good location in a little town and close to the Cliffs of Moher and Aillwee Caves. Good food in the Pub.
The room looked like it had not been vacuumed for a month. Very limited parking in the rear and if full, you had to find parking. Very disappointed with the lack of live music on a Friday and Saturday night in the town.
Not a lot disappointed
It did not live up to its previous rating its slipping. The room was very noisy if you are a light sleeper extractor fans and general noise from other rooms was noticeable Staff where ok seemed like the end of the season for some of them rather than the beginning.
No car park space at back. Very few television channels, my son very very disappointed as he couldn't see World Cup.
Nice area,good breakfast.
Stairs, too expensive compared to other Irish B&Bs. Warm room, stupid duvet.
The beds creaked every time you moved very uncomfortable feeling that the bed was going to collapse
Cold water in rooms. Heat faulty. At one stage no water in toilet. Very disapointing.
Staff were superb
the excellent manner of the staff. the great open fires. food fantastic.
the tour bus clients only coming in to use the toilet facilities ,no manners whatsoever.
It was near the Burren.
Not at all as cosy looking as the brochure, dark and dingy with the smell of smoke from the turf fire. Even though I had booked on line with my credit card the staff member insisted I filled out a registration form with the full number of the card. It was still there on the bar counter next morning for all to see when I asked for it back. Ballyvaughan is a small village and we were sorry we had left Lahinch and spent the last night of our stay there. Having said that the staff were friendly but it didn't live up to the brochure. Very disappointing.
Great location for walking. Lovely room, great food and staff were so welcoming and helpful. Will be back
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