Druids Glen Hotel & Golf Resort5.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Stayed just one night, the staff at reception were excellent, helping to smooth out lack of attention in the kitchen. The room was large, well equipped and overall decor through the hotel suited the surroundings. Lots of pleasant relaxing areas around the hotel and the pool area nice and quiet in the evening. Breakfast area was superb with a nice quality selection of fresh food. Slight downside the the cooked foods were a bit over done, same with the room service food the night before. Overall a great stay and especially due to the reception staff
We stayed from Monday to Wednesday in November 2017. Reception was good. Very well informed about what was available to us as guests. Also served warm drink and warm cloths by receptionist. Helped with bags to room and parking car! Room was spacious double room with average size bathroom. Shower was really good. Loads of tv channels and also a DVD library at reception that u can help yourself too. Modern & old movies. Had Food in bar first night it was good. Place decorated for Christmas so hung out in front of open fire for few drinks. Second day we went on the hotel resort walking trail. It was 3km on path across their lands skirting the famous Druids Glen golf course you end up at the golf club - Woodstock House. From here we had look around house and had lunch in bar overlooking the golf course and 1st tee. We skipped the offer of resort mini bus back and retraced our route back loads of wildlife. Keep an eye for squirrels near the fairy trail. That evening we went to Health Centre and made good use of pool, jacuzzi etc. Following that we indulged in the Spa. I had the lime and ginger scrub and himself had a massage. Both thoroughly enjoyed same. Ate in restaurant that night. I had crab starter. Yummy! John had salmon starter. Mains we both had steaks. All good and the dessert was chocolate bombs wow!!fab! Our last day we spent on Druids Heath golf course. What a way to finish a great few days. Other things to note: Breakfast was good! Tea/coffee facilities in room! Free WiFi! Playground and playroom for kids! Kitchenette on 2nd floor to heat bottles etc. Turn down service! Staff all very friendly. Recommend.
Very child friendly hotel with lots of amenities to entertain the little ones. Great walks for a afternoon stroll. Relaxed atmosphere throughout the hotel. Definitely recommend this for getaway, with great food and wine.
We staid for 2 weekend nights. Spacious modern rooms, great breakfast and top notch food in Hugo's, the hotel's main restaurant. Nice walk with seaviews for those like us who do not play golf. One hour from Dublin city and you feel that you are in the country side. We went to Mount Usher Gardens. It is also not far from Avoca for shopping; both 15 minutes drive away from the hotel.
Was just taken by her good self for a night here to celebrate my birthday. To put it simply, if you want to treat yourself to a GREAT little break this place should be on your list. From the hot hand towels at reception (yes before we even booked in) "because it was cold outside" , to the consistent high level of attention from all the staff (without exception) I loved this place. Upon arrival the reception gave us a clear and comprehensive overview of all the facilities of the hotel and everything we needed to know to settle in quickly. As we were on a "chill out" break we used very few of the hotels many attractions other than the bar and the restaurant but from what we saw and heard from other guests they all lived up to expectations. If you do go be receptive to staff suggestions. When we went to order our starter (salmon for me and quail for her) the waiter subtly asked did we liked scallops. We had a friendly quick reconsideration of our order but decided to stick to our initial choice. While both our starters were excellent I saw the scallops being served to a neighbouring table and they did look particularly good. I think the waiter was trying to steer us in the right direction and I was sorry I didn't listen. The rest of the food was equally superb and the little pyrotechnic touch with my dessert made the evening all the more special. Rooms a spotless, big and with great views over the golf course. The deal we had included sparkly in the room....always a nice touch. If anyone s looking to get hotel staff trained they should find out who Druids Glen uses and simply use them I cannot compliment the staff enough A lovely night spent in a beautiful hotel.
I had previously stayed at Druids Glen and loved it so much I had to return. Unfortunately the return visit did not meet expectations. The room was perfect, spacious, clean and tastefully decorated. However the hairdryer turned out to be broken, inside elements glowed red and smoky smell was noted. The staff were very apologetic when I drew attention to this. The afternoon tea did not compare to that which I had the previous summer. The sanwiches were dry and bland. The cakes were ok. The scones were the saving grace. The last time I dined at the hotel we ate in the restaurant so we decided to try the bar. I have never experienced such slow bar service. The spicy chicken wings were certainly not hot! They were a dry flavourless disappointment. The burger was quite tasty. The spa was fantastic, the staff were very pleasant and I had a lovely hot stone massage. We used the sauna and steam room afterwards at the pool area. Due to the fact it was midterm, the pool area was overrun with squealing children. Needless to say we didnt stick aroubd long for our "relaxing" use of facilities. The breakfast was great in fairness, everything you could imagine and more was available.
My partner and I stayed here for one night recently and from beginning to end we had a wonderful time. We were looking for a relaxing weekend and it was exactly what we wished for. The staff are a credit to the business, friendly and efficient. The Food, breakfast and dinner was amazing, lots to choose from. We also used the spa for some treatments before we headed back home. Our only negative was that we wished we booked a second night. We will certainly be back again. A lovely luxurious getaway.
We stayed here the last two nights of our vacation. There's a golf course, a driving range and a walking path through the grounds. At the end of the golf course is the club building and from the second floor you can see all the way to the sea! It was really peaceful and gorgeous. The rooms were amazing too! The beds were really comfortable and the bath tub was huge! This was one of the nicest hotels I've ever stayed in. I would love to come back and just spend a week here.
We just went for one nights stay. We had our 20 weeks baby scan it went well so we decided that we would treat ourselves to a night away. I love this hotel all the staff are really helpful and friendly. The room was really big looking out onto the gardens and the bed was so so comfortable. I had a lovely spa treatment and my husband enjoyed a golf lesson so plenty to do for us both. They also have a wonderful warm swimming pool. Dinner is a little expensive in the main restaurant but worth it ,my husband has allergies and they catered no problem to his needs. Again breakfast was fab and so fresh. Wish we could have stayed longer maybe next time 😊
Excellent hotel! Great for a weekend get away. Staff is warm and welcoming, the service is 5 star all the way. Always a personal touch. Afternoon tea and diner at readtaurant Hugo are highly recommended. Just love this place!
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