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Visited on the Saturday of the May Bank Holiday weekend. The place was rocking with a hen party and a big Rugby Match on the telly. Still, the staff were on the Ball, pleasant and attentive. The food arrived in good time and was very...More
Bar food at the Old Ground is very good and hence the place is very popular when Ennis is busy and at evening time. The staff are very helpful and friendly and do their best to satisfy demand. However tables can often be hard to...More
The hotel name explains that it wasn't built in the past decade! The core of the hotel is an old building but it is very tastefully modernised with facilities and comforts.
All the staff were most welcoming and friendly.
The room had everything one needs,...More
Had the set Sunday Lunch with my wife last Sunday. Fantastic value and the food was amazing. €23 per head for the set 4 course Sunday Lunch menu. For starters we had the chicken and ham voulavant ( a dinner in itself) and the seafood...More
Just back from a two night break with 25 girls.
We all agree that this by far has been one of the best hotels we have stayed in.
The service was second to none. The staff were absolute gems. 10 out of 10 all the...More
Response from MaryGleeson, General Manager at Old Ground HotelResponded 14 May 2016
Thank you Yasmanica
It was delightful to welcome you and your lively bunch of friends - we are thrilled that you enjoyed and will share your positive comments with our team.
We hope we will soon have an opportunity to welcome you back again,
Response from Mary Ellen L | Reviewed this property |
I don't remember whether the beds were queen or double. It seems like they were queen because we had so much room, however, we found queen beds were not the norm in Ireland like they are in the US. Most beds were doubles and... More
I don't remember whether the beds were queen or double. It seems like they were queen because we had so much room, however, we found queen beds were not the norm in Ireland like they are in the US. Most beds were doubles and often a fold out couch was the '3rd bed.'