This hotel is surrounded by a parkland championship golf course and overlooks the estuary of the River Suir. The house has 14 original bedrooms, and the others in a more contemporary style are in an adjacent modern block. There is a range of comfortable lounges together with comprehensive meeting facilities. The leisure and treatment rooms are the perfect way to work off the excesses of the food offered in the Roseville Restaurant. Lighter options are served throughout the day in the Piano Bar and in the golf Clubhouse.
The hotel is situated approximately 10kms from the city centre on the road to the coast at Dunmore.
The rooms are very large in general and the furnishings are of the very highest standard. The decor is sumptuous and available in either blue or green. The master bedrooms in the original building have four-poster beds and are very grand. The bathrooms are all large and marbled.
The restaurant is quite large and airy and serves a very high standard of cuisine.
Originally an eighteenth century stately home, the facade of the building is highly impressive. The hotel is set in its own grounds and surrounded by its own golf course.
The entrance hall is very grand with a dark oak reception desk. The high ceilings are beautifully decorated.
The hotel is extremely grand and highly impressive. A swimming pool has been built as an annexe. Golf is also available. (09/2008 nn)
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8 kms to city centre
160 kms to the airport (dublin airport)
10 kms to the airport (waterford airport)
9 km to the nearest station (waterford)
5 km to the nearest beach
Category Superior First Class Historical Manor House
Lovely hotel, in peaceful location, but yet near enough to the city, lovely walks nearby, very friendly staff,food excellent. Leisure area nice too. Well laid out and maintained golf course. We'll be back!
4 out of 5
The hotel itself was lovley,staff were nice,only bad point was ...