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Recent Ireland reviews

  • A lovely little place with great accommodations! Thanks!

    "Stella did a great job communicating about good places to eat and tour."
    Guest: Rhonda S. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: June 11, 2016
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  • Queen of Turin

    "Turin Castle was my dream come true! The one thing that was a must for me to do in Ireland was live in a castle. Turin Castle was absolutely beautiful. The owners have gone above and beyond to make it comfortable and functional while staying true to the authenticity of the time period of the castle. The green fields surrounding the castle made it very private. We watched shooting stars from the top on our last night. Perfect! My niece had a banner made for me that said Queen of Turin. That is what I felt like my entire stay."
    Guest: Candace C. Date of Stay: September 2015 Review Submitted: October 12, 2015
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  • A gem of a place

    "We returned home after two weeks in Ireland exploring Kerry, Cork, Galway and Clare. While they were wonderful counties, it is our week in Donegal that leaves the longest lasting imprint. The Hilltown could not have been more beautifully situated. The views from every window, from behind the house at the top of the hill, the Drumholm Cemetary, not to mention the spectacular Murvaugh Beach and the Donegal links golf course just down the road. I really had not expected so much. Donegal Town, when you take the time to really look, is an interesting, intelligent place. We loved the tweeds and the tailoring at Magee's. We loved selecting award-winning Irish sausages and fresh eggs at McGettigan's. We devoured our bowls of mussels and pints of Guinness at the Castle Bar. And then we happily returned each evening to the handsome, comfortable, and functional Hilltown farmhouse. We did our best to explore the beauties of Donegal - we climbed the Slieve League via the Pilgrim's Path on a spectacular, clear day. We walked in Glenveagh National Park (what a jewel !) and to the end of St John's Point. We drove up to Adara (charming town) and a little further north - more beauty! And we delighted in all the local weavers, potters, and knitters that County Donegal has to offer. My husband found a tremendously charming (and knowledgeable) guide to take him fly fishing for salmon on a local river. Horseback riding on the beaches of Sligo County (and seaweed spa baths) are about 40 minutes away. We fell in love with the place. When I come back to Ireland, it will be to return to Donegal and it's peaceful green beauty. And without question, I would stay again at The Hilltown."
    Guest: Bianca B. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 20, 2016
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  • Great welcome to Ireland

    "From the pickup at the airport to the welcome at the door, everything was great about this place! Located in a quiet neighborhood around the corner from a grocery store and within easy walking distance of downtown Dublin (or an easy bus ride if you don't want to walk), this is a great place to stay for first time travelers to Dublin."
    Guest: Scout M. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: July 15, 2016
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