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Dundrum House Hotel

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • good value for Georgian comfort
  • wonderful parkland views
  • lively cocktail bar

    Cons

  • main house rooms superior to others
  • can get a bit noisy when full
  • attracts flush crowd

Dundrum House Hotel Review

Nestled beside the River Multeen, 12 km (7½ miles) outside busy Cashel, this imposing, four-story, 1730 Georgian house features elaborate plaster ceilings, attractive period furniture, open fires, and an old chapel (stained-glass windows intact) converted to a cocktail bar, as well as a health spa and golf course. There are 16 high-ceiling bedrooms in the main house; the rest are in a three-story wing built during the house's previous incarnation as a convent. Although highly renovated, many of the older rooms have accent pieces of early Victorian furniture. There are also self-catering apartments and homes available on the grounds. A big plus: lovely views of the surrounding parkland. The latest draw is an award-winning health and leisure club, along with an 18-hole championship golf course designed by Ryder Cup hero Philip Walton.

    Hotel Details

  • 70 rooms, 16 holiday homes.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 04-10-2013

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