Top 10 Hotels in Ireland

We are delighted to announce the top 10 hotels in Ireland rated by genuine Guests; Unlike some rating sites where anyone can set up an account, our ratings are gathered only from people who we can verify have stayed at the property in question….because they booked it through us!

For quality control purposes, we have been gathering information on the properties we sell since our foundation over 10 years ago. Properties are rated on 7 distinct criteria: hospitality, accommodation, food, exterior, facilities, location  and value.
We have always displayed this information on the individual hotel page on our website, but we have never published a ranking showing the best hotels……until now:

The hotels with the highest ratings on our website are:

#1 Lough Eske Castle, County Donegal

#2 Glin Castle County Limerick

#3 Dromoland Castle, County Clare

#4 Westin Hotel, Dublin

#5 Waterford Castle, County Waterford

#6 Adare Manor, County Limerick

#7 Markree Castle, County Sligo

#8 Carrig House, County Kerry

#9 Ashford Castle, County Mayo

#10 Mount Juliet, County Kilkenny

Congratulations to Lough Eske Castle, a new hotel only open  a couple of years, for achieving a level of consistency of quality and service that has propelled it to the top of the list.

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4 Responses to Top 10 Hotels in Ireland

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  2. Pancake bob says:

    I have stayed at the Ashford Castle. A Great location – surprised to see it at 9. That Lough Eske Castle must be amazing!

  3. John says:

    Excellent compilation guys. More than one tourist will benefit from this!

  4. louise says:

    lough eske really nice place, if you have to decide between harvey’s point & lough eske – go for lough eske. had a meal in harvey’s last week, it wasn’t great, a lot of extras added to bill (tea & coffee is charged now) so watch don’t get caught like we did. harvey’s point has completly lost its touch. 4-5 years ago harvey’s was the best place in donegal to eat. i don’t know what’s up. portions are way too small now, i had monkfish and the sauces just didn’t do it justice. i honestle won’t be back for a very long time.

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