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Easy check in, staff are friendly and very helpfull a nice clean hotel with good food and drink, would recommend and will use again.
Woodford Dolmen Hotel£55Woodford Dolmen Hotel£55
Modern hotel but perhaps just a bit frayed round the edges, restaurant and bar area was really chilly - it was a very cold night but the rooms were warm and a really smart bathroom.
The Millrace Hotel£60The Millrace Hotel£60
Recently stayed here whilst visiting family for a wedding. This B&B was a great value for money, decently sized rooms with plenty of space, stunning social areas, and amazing breakfasts! One of the employee's / owners Tom made our visit extra special as he always ensured he helped as much as possible. ...
Avlon House Bed & Breakfast£56Avlon House Bed & Breakfast£56
Oh wow. If rural Ireland is on you bucket list, this place is PERFECT. BEAUTIFUL B&B with great country views, conveniently located to Killkenny and other quaint towns. It is a bit off the beaten path, but well worth it. We ate at an excellent nearby restaurant called The Waterside. Oh, they have ...
Brandon View House B&B£66Brandon View House B&B£66
We had an amazing stay. Could not have asked for better hospitality. The house and grounds were well taken care of. Brian was a great host. We loved every moment, and would definitely come back next time we are in Ireland.
Kilgraney House£136Kilgraney House£136
We had a lovely time there and the staff were always very helpful
Mount Wolseley Hotel, Golf and Spa Resort£71Mount Wolseley Hotel, Golf and Spa Resort£71
A new young couple has taken over the B&B and are doing a great job. They have a lot of plans for improvement and to take advantage of the beautiful scenery and quiet beauty of the countryside. A little difficult to find but a country gem.
Mulvarra House£69Mulvarra House£69
In our modern world, an increasing number of us find it difficult to manage without WiFi, even when on a relaxing holiday. Luckily, many of the many great hotels in County Carlow offer free WiFi, so that their guests can keep in touch with friends, family or work back home, as well as keeping abreast of what is going on in the rest of the world. Booking a hotel online around here is the ideal way to stay in touch while enjoying all that the region has to offer.
Carlow, the county town, has a population of more than 20,000 and can claim a history stretching back more than 1,000 years. Norman invaders arrived in the town in the 1100s. It stands at the confluence of the area’s two main rivers, the Barrow and the Burrin, which are both associated with a wide range of opportunities for outdoor activities that visitors can enjoy.
In the town itself, the Carlow Town Heritage Trail is a one-hour, self-guided stroll around the sights. Historic buildings abound along the trail, and Carlow is also home to a thriving arts and crafts community, as well as nightlife and dining, with the accent very much on traditional Irish culture and language. One of its main attractions is Carlow Town Park, which spreads over almost 13 acres around the banks of the River Barrow.
Carlow also plays host to a number of festivals throughout the year. The largest of these is Eigse, held for 10 days every June. This event offers everything to do with the arts, from theatre, dance, comedy and the visual arts to crafts, literary evenings and street entertainment. The town also celebrates its association with local waterways with its regatta, which takes place every June and offers a range of activities and entertainments.
The locality has many other delightful towns and villages, smaller than Carlow but all having a lot to attract and delight visitors. Booking a hotel with WiFi will offer tourists access to a wealth of history and unspoilt countryside but enable them to keep in touch with the wider world.
The Georgian village of Borris sits in the charming Barrow Valley and most of its Victorian shop fronts are virtually unchanged since their construction. The small town is not only a delight to just stroll around, admiring the historic buildings and lush countryside beyond, but is also home to a unique street music festival that offers a huge variety of entertainment for all ages and tastes.
While the area in and around Carlow has a lot of history to enjoy while visiting, many of its delightful hotels offer free WiFi and this is essential for many people. Guests will not be disappointed.
Other facilities, including the warm welcome everywhere, include the local knowledge of the staff, who can advise visitors on how to best enjoy their stay, but offer menus prepared from the freshest local ingredients from local farms