This Georgian Manor House was built in 1730 for the bride of Lord Hawarden, the Earl of Montalt where ancient Irish chieftains, the O'Dwyers of Kilnamanagh once held the land. At the beginning of the century a religious order bought the property and in 1978, the Crowe family bought the house and adjoining lands that lay along the Multeen River.
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Dundrum House Hotel, Golf & Leisure Resort is located off the M8 Dublin to Cork route and the N74 from Tipperary via Limerick (N24) on the R505, 0.5 miles (1km) from the village of Dundrum and 8 miles (13km)from the heritage town of Cashel.
Explore the famous Rock of Cashel and local historic sites. A spectacular group of Medieval buildings set on an outcrop of limestone in the Golden Vale including the 12th century round tower, High Cross and Romanesque Chapel, 13th century Gothic cathedral, 15th century Castle and the restored Hall of the Vicars Choral. Attractions include an audio-visual show and exhibitions.
Fantastic hotel, polite and helpful staff and food that is out od this world. Would go back in a heartbeat.
We stayed in the old part of the house room 222 with so many steps to get to it room itself was very big and airy but wcould do with a bit of TLC curtains hanging wrong furniture marked badly bed very squeaky every time you moved but comfortable saying that tv very very small and very old bathroom had damp patches in it .breakfast was a shambles no tables had to ask for coffee on numerous occasions and sat on a dirty table very disorganised and trying to get a sandwich at 905 pm was like poulling teeth with a very rude barman in the venue.would astay here again though but no breakfast as very relaxing and quiet at night but does need upgrading
We Stayed two nights with three children in family room, Lovely big sized room but could be doing with redecorating room! The beds were not the most comfortable
We are a family of 5, and visited your hotel last weekend with grandparents in tow!. The welcome of staff was fantastic and our children really enjoyed the pool. The food in the hotel restaurant is excellent- but we had a considerable wait in the golf clubhouse for food- so you are better to book ahead!! We needed access to the first aid box during our stay and again, the staff were attentive and very helpful. We will definitely return again!!
We had a lovely relaxing break here. Very Quiet which I liked. Lots to do if you wish or just chill in the Hotels Leisure Club. The staff were really nice and friendly.
lovely hotel, beautiful large room, good breakfast, friendly staff, enjoyed our stay.
Very nice hotel, the swimming pool was closed at 6pm on Saturday night which was very surprising and a pity. Other than that we have a lovely stay.
We never got to use the leisure centre as it closed at 6pm. We enjoyed our stay , the staff were friendly and helpful. The room was large and very cold with lovely views of the golf course and mountains.
excellent staff but the hotel in general very run down. would need a major upgrade. I know it is for sale and I think the golf course will be a big attraction. Apart from myself and my husband there were no other gueaaats except for a group of golfers.
We enjoyed our stay in Dundrum house, the staff were friendly and helpful. The room was large with lovely views of the golf course and mountains. Food in the restaurant was well presented and tasty but we could have done with a little more time between courses. Plenty of common areas to enjoy a drink with again nice views of the countryside as an alternative to the bar. The leisure centre was relaxing however you had to leave the hotel to use it.
Lovely hotel, unpretentious old world charm. The staff were very helpfula nd welcoming. We stayed in teh old house and teh rooms were really quiet, the only sound was teh wind and the birds in the morning. I would heartily recommend this hotel.
I found the hotel to be excellent value with tremendous staff who were very helpful.
Dumdrum house hotel is a nice relaxing place to stay away from all the hustle and bustle.It has a nice leisure and lovely food.The staff are very pleasant and helpful. The surrounding countryside is fabulous with the rock of Cashel and Cashel itself a must see. For walking enthusiasts the near by Glen of Atherlow caters for all walking levels. We went to have a nice relaxing weekend which we thoroughly enjoyed .
Could do with a serious make over. Room doors make a serious noise when closing. Disturbed sleep on Saturday night due to guests slamming doors up to 3am. Had to eat in the Golf Club bar on Sunday and Monday night, not advised of this. People smoking in the lobby area of the Golf Club. If you have to eat in the Golf Club, ladies ensure you wear flat shoes and bring a torch, archway is very dark. Margaret in the Restaurant was a delight for dinner on Saturday night and breakfast each morning.
Nice old style House but Rooms modern with a power shower. Friendly staff, nice leisure centre (pool etc.) but as others have said it could do with an injection of funds to give it a make over in some of the public areas. We enjoyed our 2 night break.
the room was lovely and spacious, the staff were all nice and helpfull, the food was fantastic, only downside was no wi fi or stations on the tv,
Stayed here during the Summer for a one night stopover. Very old style hotel although our room was modern. Very basic double room but clean and comfy with a good shower. Staff were extremely friendly and helpful. Lovely leisure centre with sauna, steamroom and Jacuzzi. Best value tip: book the meal inclusive. (49 pps instead of 39pps b&b) Food was fabulous in restaurant and plenty of it - couldn't even finish my dessert (and that's saying something!!) Also note, there is little or no signal for phones, so we actually spent time talking to each other!!!
Lovely setting, a well-maintained golf course but poorly maintained and neglected hotel. Our room was small, extremely shabby and smelly - the window was wide open when we arrived so they were obviously aware of the problem. The carpet was badly stained by the wardrobe. The bedding was torn and frayed while the bed itself creaked alarmingly and the springs of the mattress prevented restful sleep. The kettle had to be placed on the floor to be plugged in as the the flex couldn't reach. There was no table and the 2 chairs on either side of the room were too small and low to be used. The bathroom was basic, with a good, powerful shower over the bath. Unfortunately the screen had seen better days and couldn't prevent water splashing out. The leisure centre was good, with a large, deck-level pool, jacuzzi, sauna, gym etc. Food in the restaurant was lovely, served by friendly -if a little quirky! - waitresses. Margaret deserves particular mention, as does Michael in The Venue bar,, the only option for food and drinks during the day, and the alternative to the restaurant for less formal dining. The staff were the saving grace: helpful, welcoming and friendly, they made the stay better for us, although the hotel overall seems to be generally understaffed. The hotel COULD be lovely: it needs a serious injection of capital and someone with imagination to sensitively revamp it throughout, to make it genuinely 4 star. In the meantime, I won't be hurrying back...
This is a beautiful hotel with a very warm atmosphere. The staff are friendly and helpful. Room is beautifully decorated and comfortable. Leisure facilities are very good. Restaurant is worth a visit. A little pricey but the food is divine. This deal was fantastic value for money.
We stayed two nights in a large family room, that comfortably accommodated myself, my wife and two children. A very nice golf course surrounds the hotel, which provides a pleasant setting. The pool is very nice also. We had dinner one night, with very good food, although it would be helpful if there was a two course option on the set menu. My wife is a coeliac and was catered for admirably. The staff are particularly pleasant and helpful. Overall, highly recommended!
A most enjoyable break. Accommodation and facilities (swimming pool and gym) first class. Food very good. Staff very pleasant. Would certainly make a return visit. Martin Smyth
We had the honeymoon-room. It was excellent.
I spent a night here with a friend and it was nothing short of dreadful. Rude staff, reception area the worst I have ever seen, room basic not " luxury, classic design or modern sophistication"as per their description, no hot water - had a cold shower in the morning, could not even get a cup of coffee in the hotel - was sent to the golf club house which was very dated and dowdy. While in the club house got a phone call from the hotel to say we were the only ones booked into the restaurant for dinner and they suggested we dine in the club house. Staff of the golf club rolled their eyes and said the hotel is always telling guests this and sending them to the golf club. When we asked the night porter for or a jug of water for our room we were given a jug of lukewarm water, no ice or glasses, ( the water was warmer than our shower!) I had to ask twice if we could get a jug of cold water instead and was treated to a lovely display of rudeness when it was handed to me as clearly I had put him out. The icing on the cake was when I e mailed the hotel after to say I had left my phone charger plugged in beside the bed in my room and could they please oblige me and post it on to me. I was informed no charger had been found - I really didn't expect anything better from this hotel which clearly does not want guests of any description let alone satisfied guests. A dump !!!!!!