May 18, 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
Had the most amazing week here with my family for my dads birthday. We stayed in the private cottage which was a ten second walk from their own pub! The pub food was absolutely stunning alongside the dinner we had in the hotel restaurant. The staff were warm and friendly and a lady called Laura who works in the spa gave me multiple massages and was a divine person! We also had a cooking lesson with a French chef named Julien who was funny and charming. Would visit again in a heartbeat not only for the hotel, but for its serene and beautiful location.
emma w - Little Wymondley, United Kingdom
We went here for an overnight stay. We had dinner in the package but upgraded to the taster menu with accompanying wine. This was the nicest food I have EVER eaten. The halibut was cooked to perfection. The sauce was one of the most flavoursome I ever tasted. Breakfast is freshly cooked and lovely. I am not a fan of hotel breakfast normally. The rooms are fine. If you are a light sleeper I would request a room away from the bar. The 'local' bar on site is fab and well worth a visit.
We went to Dunbrody for an overnight, dinner bed and breakfast stay as a birthday treat for my wife. We booked a standard double room and were upgraded to a superior room on arrival. Our room was much warmer than we preferred, easily fixed though by turning down the radiator and opening a window. We had a pre-dinner drink in the cosy bar. Dinner was very good ; the staff were very attentive and friendly. My fish main course (cod) was slightly less cooked than I'd have liked, though perfectly edible. After dinner, we went back to the bar and sampled a pale ale from the hotel's on site microbrewery. Very tasty. When I booked, I had arranged a massage for us for 0930, having been reassured by the receptionist that we could have breakfast after our massage if we wanted. Last orders for breakfast were at 11.30am, a great idea. The spa was simple but warm, comfortable and relaxing ; the massage was great and we loved the little plate of fresh fruit and yoghurt afterwards. The gardens are beautiful, lovely for the early morning stroll we took before our massage. When checking out, we asked if there was anyone at the on-site micro brewery. There was, and the master brewer gave us a great tour of the facility. Overall, a very enjoyable night away. A suggestion for the hotel : When taking a booking, ask guests how they would like their room temperature to be when they arrive.
Just back from an overnight at Dunbrody with girlfriends. It was absolutely fabulous from start to finish. Hotel was very quiet as we opted for a Sunday night stay. We were upgraded to 3 superior rooms and they were just beautiful, full of character and beautiful furnishings and wonderfully decorated. I was in room 210 which we agreed was the nicest of the 3, albeit the others were gorgeous too. We were very lucky with the weather and sat outdoors for a late afternoon drink. The staff were impeccable throughout our stay and are a credit to the hotel. We loved the food at dinner and didn't leave anything on the plates. Divine bread and accompaniments along with goats cheese and beetroot amuse bouche compliments of chef. All 3 courses were delicious. Breakfast following morning divine too. Great value and really good quality. Would certainly return. Walked the grounds which are lovely and had great chat with the vegetable gardener. Even came away with a fresh plant of winter garlic which I hope to cook with over next few days!. Thank you so much for a lovely experience.
Margaret K - Dublin
My husband booked this as a birthday treat for me as I have wanted to go for so long. Our initial impressions were good. Staff very friendly and nice check in with bags brought to your room. Heading to the room small things started to raise our eyebrows, like the main stair case needing a vacumn and the paintwork needing touching up. Our room was spotless and lovely, typical country house but again needing some tlc and paintwork needing touchup. Looking out on the gardens they needed a tidy up and looked neglected. Tv very dated but that's fine you don't go for the tv. We headed to the little bar in the main house and it was lovely as were the staff. We only had a light snack as we were booked for the tasting menu that night. Dinner was such a disappointment. The restaurant staff were all young kids and no sommelier. The only senior person was the owners wife. We ordered the wine match and sent back our first wine as it was stall. We were given another wine entirely. Our main course was a plate of lamb, beautiful meat but no accompaniments whatsoever, no veg, no potatoes. All in all very disappointing with most of the dishes under-seasoned. We would not recommend not would we return.
NicolaGer - Meath, Ireland