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St. Cleran's Hotel, Ireland--Anyone Stayed There???

St. Cleran's Hotel, Ireland--Anyone Stayed There???

Old Aug 8th, 1999, 11:37 AM
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St. Cleran's Hotel, Ireland--Anyone Stayed There???

We're thinking of spending the last night of our upcoming (September) vacation in Ireland at the St. Cleran's Hotel and are wondering if anyone has stayed there and what they thought. It used to be director John Huston's home and is now apparently owned by Merv Griffin and run as a hotel. Web site looks beautiful but would love first hand information. Many thanks.
Old Aug 8th, 1999, 01:21 PM
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Maggie -
Haven't been there but it sounds interesting -- could you please post the website address?

Old Aug 8th, 1999, 04:22 PM
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Hi Lynne,
The address is www.merv.com/stclerans
I first found it on the about.com site under Friendly Homes of Ireland. Check it out---
Would still love to hear from someone with first hand info. Thanks again.
Old Aug 9th, 1999, 02:18 AM
Niall kavanagh
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Haven't stayed but was passing by and dropped in to check it out for future ref..
It is luxurious and beautiful. The staff
were very friendly and the restaurant has gotten excellent reviews.
Good Luck
Old Aug 9th, 1999, 06:02 AM
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Have not stayed there, but I have stayed at several of the other huge, luxurious mansions/renovated castles throughout the countryside. You will not be disappointed, period. Anjelica Huston narrated a wonderful aerial-view type video of Ireland's majestic homes, both destroyed and remaining, and talks a bit about her earlier home in Ireland.

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