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“guns n roses” (6 reviews)
Slane, Slane, Ireland
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Browne's Bar is small and when busy it does feel cramped. The lunch menu is limited but the food is ok. Prices are reasonable considering the location. Staff service was poor on the day we were there - this was partly due to the place...More

Thank BruceLee2016
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A well kept castle with yet another cafe. We traveled here to take photographs so it was prefect for us. If using a GPS to travel there, beware that the entrance has been moved down the road so don't give up, just ride a bit...More

Thank markreilly282
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

What a transformation! Had lunch in the newly refurbished Slane Castle Browne's Bar... stunning location, excellent food... wonderful attention to detail. Well worth a visit... made all the more special by the wonderful Staff. Congratulations to the whole team!

Thank Bern151
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The tour of Slane Castle was an excellent way to spend an hour or so. The rooms are all interesting, especially the George IV room. A special mention must be made of our guide, Diana who was informative, personable and witty throughout. She really made...More

Thank CJ61
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A lovely Sunday lunch in the Gandon Restaurant in Slane Castle. Excellent food, friendly and efficient staff. Would highly recommend, will definitely be back.

Thank Caroline3010
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Just Ok. Grounds around the castle disappointing. Guide enthusiastic trying to make the most of what was on offer. Only a few rooms open to the public. Distillery area just developing and a free tour was available.

1  Thank oxooos
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We happened on Slane Castle, on the recommendation of the guide at the Francis Ledwidge museum. It was a wonderful experience. We had just missed the guided tour, so decided to wait for the next one and went for coffee and fresh scones in Browns...More

Thank Ang G
Reviewed 3 October 2017

A lovely lunch in very pleasant surroundings. Lovely Friendly Staff and fabulous food. We had light bits which was lovely . The prints on the wall of all the concerts were fantastic. Really lovely.

Thank Grainn123c
Reviewed 30 September 2017

This Castle is known as "the friendly castle". We took the very informative tour followed by lunch at the recently added cafe. Our guide was just lovely, the castle history is interesting. It is amazing to think that the castle has been owned by the...More

1  Thank Rose955
Reviewed 26 September 2017 via mobile

Over the weekend I've visited here with friends, it is apparent they are making improvements on the grounds but the inside looks incredible and luxurious. We ordered coffee and hot chocolates, I expected barista style coffee instead I got watery coffee and hot chocolates that...More

Thank Fiona O
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9 June 2017|
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Response from Jayne M | Reviewed this property |
They didn't play Dublin!, they Played Slane Castle, Co Meath 😀. On around 8ish & they were amazing