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Roe Park Resort

At a Glance

    Pros

  • ideal location for pampering and relaxation
  • lively bars good for post-golf analysis

    Cons

  • can be noisy with evening wedding parties
  • older rooms have a somewhat tired appearance

Roe Park Resort Review

A country estate serves as the model for this deluxe modern resort on 155 acres straddling the banks of the River Roe—the place is relatively large and impersonal, although the lobby is welcoming and guest rooms have simple, clean-line beds in woods and rich earth tones. Suite furnishings move a bit up the ornate scale with canopy beds and velvet armchairs. Green's restaurant is formal and international; the Coach House brasserie is a relaxed place where golfers congregate; and O'Cahan's bar takes its name from a local chieftain besieged on a riverside promontory, whose Irish wolfhound leaped an impossible chasm to bring relief—doubtless an inspiration to golfers flagging at the ninth. For those who need pointers, there's an on-site golfing academy. The spa comes with 12 treatment areas and a meditation chamber.

    Hotel Details

  • 118 rooms, 3 suites.
  • Rate includes breakfast, some meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 04-10-2013

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