December 11, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Dunbrody Country House Hotel in Arthurstown, Ireland
In the county of Wexford, on Ireland's Hook Peninsula, discover the Dunbrody Country House Hotel. This luxurious and tranquil Georgian-style resort on Ireland's south coast is set on 300 acres of fabulous gardens in the countryside. Each room is resplendent with classical design, and endlessly charming with picture windows and brightly lit spaces. Imagine waking to the sun rising over the beautiful gardens outside your window and being served a wonderful champagne breakfast in bed. This is life at the Dunbrody County House Hotel. With its incredible service, relaxing atmosphere, and complement of all the modern amenities, your stay will replenish your soul and leave you feeling like a new person.
After your breakfast in bed, head out to continue your relaxing morning with a trip to the Dunbrody Day Spa. Indulge yourself with sweet fruit smoothies while relaxing in an Asian-inspired steam and mud room, or luxuriate under the hands of a professional masseuse. Visit one of the 14 beaches on the coast for a pleasant stroll on the sand, or a picnic in one of the many romantic coves. For a wonderful day at the beach take to the water for some great scuba diving or kite surfing. Deep sea fishing trips are also available, or for a more exciting adventure, try your hand at shark fishing. Multiple golf courses are just a short trip away from the Dunbrody, and the ocean vistas and mild climate provide a great day of play. After a wonderful day in Ireland's south coast, return to the Dunbrody for a gourmet dinner at the Harvest Room Restaurant. Delight your palate with a seasonal menu of European and Asian fusion with touches of Irish classics. Or perhaps indulge yourself with the Champagne Seafood Bar, and enjoy fresh ocean fare. With a happy body and mind return to your plush room for a peaceful night's sleep before heading out for another great day. At the Dunbrody County House Hotel, you will feel at home, while being in your own wonderland of relaxation.
Location of Dunbrody Country House Hotel
Nearest Airport: DUB
Amenities for Dunbrody Country House Hotel
- General Information
- 20 Guest Rooms
- 2 Restaurants
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Music & Movie Library
- In-Room Amenities
- DVD Players
- Hair Dryers
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Cooking Classes
- Deep Sea Fishing
- Scuba Diving
- Conference Facilities
- Historic Sites
- Antique Shopping
- Culture & Arts
- Honeymoons & Romance
- Spa & Wellness
Reviews for Dunbrody Country House Hotel
Myself and my husband had a 2 night mini break in Dunbrody. There is a lot right about Dunbrody, setting is gorgeous and the rooms are fabulous. Food is good and it's easy to relax. A cautionary note to Dunbrody however - service standards need to match the food standards, it doesn't. Service is not great and some staff have a bit of an edge/arrogance, perhaps a byproduct of the mythical Kevin 'Santa claus' dundon whom is spoken about in hushed tones. As with Santa Claus, you just need to believe that he is there as you won't actually see him. We were served a desert wine with fois gras on our tasting menu, it wasn't to our liking even after it had been painstakingly explained to us (three times) that it was a 'classic combination'. I found the dinner menu fussy and a little pompous. Bar menu is very good and breakfast is the stand out meal with lots of freshly baked breads and pastries. I would love to go back but the service needs to improve.
thatsjustmyopinion2 - County Wicklow, Ireland
Dunbrody House is exactly what you would expect from a country house. It is old, it is quaint, some of the windows are opaque as it is the original glass, period features surround you and it is simply beautiful. When we arrived, it was a misty afternoon and there was a gorgeous display of pumpkins at the door which certainly added to the autumnal feeling. The reception area is beautiful with a big, old desk to register at. We were shown to our room to which we had been upgraded and it was lovely. High ceilings, a fireplace, French doors to a small balcony and beautifully furnished. I couldnâ€™t decide if I was Downtonâ€™s Lady Mary or Lady Grantham but at my age, the Dowager Countess is probably nearer the mark! Breakfast is excellent with everything you could possibly want. We ate in the bar on two nights and in the restaurant on one. The food in the bar is great, I highly recommend the fish and chips, with the fish almost melting in your mouth. Service in the bar was a bit slow but the staff here do many jobs and work extremely hard. The girl working in the bar was also covering reception and was called away once but it really didnâ€™t matter as we were going nowhere and had plenty of time to relax. Dinner in the restaurant was gorgeous. The beef dish for two which includes slow cooked beef was delicious. When we got to the dining room, it was empty but some of the nicer tables were reserved. We didnâ€™t like the one we were allocated so I mentioned it and we were given another table with no fuss. The staff were great and kept busy. We have stayed in some hotels which are renovated beyond recognition so each room looks exactly like every other hotel. I am glad this is not the case in Dunbrody. This hotel has an authenticity, an ambience and an atmosphere that is gorgeous. We loved our stay there and will be back. We highly recommend it!
Roisin712 - Dublin, Ireland
Our visit to Dunbrody house with our friends was the worst dining experience ever. Dining room service was exceptionally slow with very long intervals between courses. The scallop starters were abysmal. The main courses were less than warm and the veg coming from a kitchen presided over by a so called culinary luminary were soggy and lack lustre. Four rums in the bar after cost a staggering â‚¬40 Customers beware
odaly7 - Dublin, Ireland
My wife, mother in law and I spent the weekend here recently and loved every minute of it. We had booked the lodge which is so comfortable and we were able to avail of all of the hotel facilities. We ate in the restaurant on the Friday night and we were treated to a wonderful meal with great service. We cooked for ourselves on the Saturday and ate in front of a beautiful turf fire. The days were taken up with trips to Hook Head and we took the ferry over to Waterford and took long walks along the beach in Woodstown and around Dunmore East. A wonderful and relaxing weekend which unfortunately ended all too early.
TonyandKatya - Dublin, Ireland
To my delight my husband surprised me with a night away at Dunbrody house hotel for my birthday in September. As soon as we walked in we were greeted by a lovely lady in reception who checked us in and showed us to our room. We booked a suite which consisted of a bedroom, living area and huge bathroom. The room had floor to ceiling windows, lovely and bright, with opulent furnishings that added to the charm and tradition of this historic hotel. The bed was huge and so comfortable, we had the best nights sleep. In the evening we went to the bar in hotel for a drink before dinner which was a lovely setting for a quiet relaxing drink, and again the staff couldn't have been more friendly. We finished our night in the local bar, just next to the hotel. This place is must if you are visiting Dunbrody, the bar staff are some of the friendliest I've encountered, there was a live band on the night and the atmosphere was amazing! The next morning we both had a traditional full Irish breakfast which was delicious, one of the best we've ever had. A lovely walk around the grounds completed our stay. We will definitely be back, we would highly recommend this fabulous hotel Sandra
alanmyler - Wexford, Ireland