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Vale of Avoca, Woodenbridge, Ireland – Show map
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Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Restaurant With Dining Menu
WiFi is available in the hotel rooms and is free of charge.
Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
24-Hour Front Desk, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Fax/Photocopying, Honeymoon Suite
Newspapers, Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Elevator, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
From 3:00 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 stay free of charge in a crib.
All older children or adults are charged EUR 30 per person per night for extra beds.
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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Based on 139 reviews
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Overlooking the sea and just a short walk from Arklow town, the hotel offers tasty food, an impressive health club and spa, and 92 rooms, some with spectacular sea views.
Score from 427 reviews Good
The Old Coach House is an award-winning 18th-century coaching inn, set in the Vale of Avoca. The inn is next to the Meeting of the Waters, made famous by the poet Thomas Moore.
Score from 264 reviews Wonderful
At the edge of the picturesque market town of Gorey and just minutes from Wexford’s sandy beaches, this elegant 4-star hotel offers stylish and contemporary accommodations and superb facilities.
Score from 162 reviews Very good
Overlooking the joining of the Avonmore and Avonbeg Rivers, The Meetings offers free onsite parking and free WiFi. Situated in Avoca, this bed and breakfast boasts a bar and a shop.
Score from 48 reviews Good
History of the hotel and excellent wedding venue with river side setting
Tired and in need of refurbishment. Not ideal for elderly if staying in the lodges as steps or incline with busy road to cross to access hotel.
The service and location
Location, staff and the atmosphere was fantastic.
Entertainment could have been better. Still enjoyed it though!
Godd wholesome food
Having to walk to the hotel for our meals.
The cosiness of the hotel
no fat free milk in bedrooms and not enough teebags and maybe a few biscuits ! Would have liked more choice of fruit at breakfast
food excellent .
bed too hard
Food wasn't of good quality.. soup was cold Stir fry seemed as if it had been reheated in the microwave Breakfast -scrambled eggs tasteless, poached eggs overcooked Bacon dry and overcooked
A wedding party and a golf society outing had no effect on our stay which seemed remarkable at the time. Staff were very friendly.
Got a bedroom facing the carpark with a bathroom which had nowhere to set down toiletries. Go for the river view if possible.
food was nice except pancakes where cold
alarm going of a 4.30a.m in the morning for 5minutes and got no apology. room was cold. no wifi in room. tv had a poor picture and not great channels to watch. Staff where not as nice as I expect them to be. I never complaint when we left as am not that kind of person. I stayed in number of hotels and thought id give you feedback
The main hotel location is nice. Food good but not, in my opinion accessible to people in the "motel" style building we were in.
Distance from hotel to "motel" style building we were in. To have breakfast involved walking up a very sloped long road, over the main road and then walking again down the road to the main hotel building. In rainy or cold weather this is not ideal. BUT having food delivered to our room cost £5 PER PERSON! adding £10 onto my bill as well as the cost of the meals. Why? it's to the same room and in my opinion extortionately priced considering the restaurant was not accessible to myself having difficulties walking distances etc. I don't consider it acceptable to have to drive for breakfast! We were constantly interrupted by circumstances...someone next door set off the heat alarm by opening their bathroom door!!! we then had the inconvenience of someone coming into our room to reset ours as we'd turned it off, deafening! All sorts of general nuisances and annoyances. Not at all relaxing...The room was absolutely filthy! Thick dust on ALL pictures, mirrors etc. Bathroom not been cleaned never mind polished...generally displeased, disappointed and wouldn't stay again or recommend it to any of my travelling friends. ps There was also a constance smell in the corridor of "cats" which is the usual smell for damp! had to buy air freshener.....
We loved the history and décor of the hotel. It was beautiful from the outside. We had a very nice meal at night. The scenery was lovely and it was within walking distance to the Avoca Village, Woollen Mill and a lovely drive to Waterford.
Our original B&B booking was cancelled two days before we were due to arrive and we were offered this Hotel and Lodge to stay in. We had to make a rushed decision and chose the Lodge which was clean and comfortable but we were disappointed we should have chosen the Hotel. The Receptionist was friendly and helpful however you don't expect to see a coffee cup on the reception counter and no one at reception when checking out as she was needed at the Hotel. The cooked breakfast appeared to be pre cooked and kept warm by the look of it and the plate was extremely hot.
Location Price Food wholesome not expensive
Lodge away from main hotel -had to cross a busy road Some hotel reception staff somewhat unfriendly and not very helpful
Location perfect for touring Wicklow, Panoramic views from bedroom with veranda. Warm Atmosphere. Staff friendly helpful and efficient particularly the receptionist who's younger sister worked in dining room. Both girls had great personality. Quaint feel of history about the building.
Breakfast wasn't freshly cooked, felt it was pre cooked and kept warm. Buffet area only had juice available. Also Bar food was basic and disappointing.
Food in bar was lovely, staff in bar were very nice
Hotel is in two seperate buildings, main historic hotel and newly built 'lodge' which is across the road and through a (dirty) car park away. Bar and restaurant are located in old hotel which is a nuisance esp as the weather was bad. In 'the lodge' wifi non existent, only patio door in room no window, doors banging, tv channels poor (no irish channels, only three english and sky sports). The man at reception arrogant on checking in esp when I had to ask him where 'the lodge' was.
staff rude On the first morning my husband went down for breakfast at 11am unsure when they finished. he was told it was finished and he couldn't expect to roll out of bed ant that hour and expect breakfast. Staff member came to him 10mins later offered him breakfast but said he had to pay for it. Staff really not friendly or helpful, place is really busy and no competition around, most of relatives that stayed there were really unhappy with the stay.
Our whole families interests were catered for in the restaurants, through the facilities at the hotel, through the information on local activities. We were all interested in the snippets of history and photos situated throughout the hotel. The standard of service from every member of staff is excellent and our room was perfect. The children loved the balcony. We cannot wait till we can stay again. Hopefully for longer next time.
Sounds really corny but nothing.
the food in the bar was good, the beds were fine.
Breakfast was very poor, the room was small with only 1 chair to sit in, no balcony, lot of noise from the people passing the door and from down below. Wouldn't go back again.
I love Woodenbridge. This was our fourth year staying in the Lodge. We find it convenient the setting is beautiful. The staff at the hotel are helpful and courteous. The whole experience is warm and welcoming and the lodge is spacious and comfortable. We'll be back again next year God Willing.
The only thing I can think of is the Rain on Monday night and no one on earth can control that.
Staff friendly - personal customer interface excellent , Good food & drink
Not obvious on last occasion
The quietness of the Lodge facilities; no mad racing children that seem such a feature of hotel accommodation in Ireland.
The lack of information on walking routes in the area. The surprising paucity of knowledge of John Redmond's connection to Woodenbridge. The absence of any mutton on the restaurant menu.
the location was good.
Friendly staff, Room Service Breakfast, Views, food in the restaurant
Noisy fan in the bathroom
Location fab. Surroundings beautiful.
Food really lets this beautiful hotel down. Just not up to scratch.
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