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Bush Hotel

At a Glance

    Pros

  • superb organic breakfast fixings
  • relaxing place to appreciate the layers of Irish history

    Cons

  • room lights slow to warm up but all in an eco-friendly cause
  • hotel bar lacks charisma

Bush Hotel Review

One of Ireland's most historic hostelries, with roots stretching back to 1794, this convivial option enjoys a central location in the heart of Carrick. Leaning heavily on its past, the hotel showcases displays of its memorabilia although it has undergone renovation. Guest rooms are comfortable and unfussy; ask for a modern room at the rear away from street noise. In a nation overflowing with panini addicts and pizza junkies, it's reassuring to find a place where lunchtime diners can enjoy hearty platefuls of roast beef, potatoes, and peas while soaking up a cross-section of local Leitrim life.

    Hotel Details

  • 60 rooms.
  • Rate includes breakfast, some meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 02-15-2013

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