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We called in recently for a much needed refreshment. The arrival of a wedding party was imminent however things were quiet when we arrived and the lounge was empty. We waited for some minutes before the waiter came over to us. We said we would...More
This house, and the buildings that preceded it, have a long history: going back to the early 17th century when the first Planters came from England. The land, which had originally been owned by Gaelic Irish, was confiscated during that period.
Anyway, in modern times...More
We heard about this hotel by word of mouth and everything lived up to expectations. We had called in for lunch. We had the set lunch menu and everything was excellent , very flavoursome food and good value for money. All the staff were very...More
If you like like good food, good drink and a relaxed (but sometimes quite lively) atmosphere, then this is the place for you. Have never stayed as I'm a local, but you never hear bad reports.
The place is full of character and the owners...More
From start to finish I wasn't overly pleased with the Beech Hill.
First impression was fantastic! The gardens are lovely and the bar area is very nice.
I booked my room via expedia which I've done on several occasions for hotels worldwide. This is the...More
thank you for your message. Our marquee pavilion is a permanent structure which we use all year round. It is heated by an industrial air handling unit which is very powerful and we have had no problems with... More
thank you for your message. Our marquee pavilion is a permanent structure which we use all year round. It is heated by an industrial air handling unit which is very powerful and we have had no problems with getting it heated during the winter months. Unfortunately the weather is something we cannot control but our winters seem to be getting milder and on occasions when we do get snow and ice we try to manage the conditions in the car park and foot paths with salt and grit. Please let me know if you would like to come and view the marquee? kind regards Conor Donnelly - Sales Manager