Tucked away amid tranquil woodlands, Springfort Hall Hotel in Cork is a delightful country house hotel for all seasons. The gardens and lawns are a delight during the summer, while in the winter months, theres no better place to relax with a glass of red wine than in the Baltydaniel Bar.
In former times Springfort Hall Hotel Cork was known as Baltydaniel, Baltydaniel means the Town of the House of O Donnell. It is not known how it got this name. Springfort Hall got its name from a stream, which flows south of the House. This stream rises in a spring in the old fort at Pencil Hill. Lewis, in 1029 mentions that triple X was mined in the Land of Baltydaniel (Springfort Hall).
From Dublin.Head southwest on N7 towards Nass. Continue on N7 Naas Rd heading towards Kildare. Continue on M7 towards Portlaoise. Follow sign to Abbeyleix. Take N8 to Cashel, Caher & Michelstown. Follow N73 into Mallow town. Follow the sign for the N20 signposted Limerick. At Newtwopothouse village take first right and follow Doneraile Road for 1km. Springfort Hall Hotel is on the right.
Once you cancel your booking up to 48 hours prior to arrival you will not incur a cancellation fee from the hotel. Cancellations that are made within 48 hours prior to arrival and no shows at the hotel will be charged the 1st night of the stay to your card. Please note that your booking deposit is non refundable.
Reviews for `Springfort Hall`
Sam scored 2 / 5 on 14/01/2015
3 of us stayed one night here and had a full evening meal. Overall a positive experience- the Website photos are more impressive than the reality. On the positive the staff were extremely friendly and we felt very welcome. This includes reception, bar & restaurant. The food was lovely. Beds were very comfortable and rooms are of generous size.The decor is a bit tired & shabby in main parts and some parts could do with a spruce up. The housekeeping could be better through out the hotel, quiet a lot of dust around. The plates were hot for the service of breakfast and there were no trays or napkins around to help you carry them. The layout of breakfast buffet is quiet awkward, but a good choice of quality food on offer. - I would stay again, but not really a luxurious option.
Room Tip: no real insight into this - our rooms were large - number 16 - twin room and number 17 a double.
Liz scored 4 / 5 on 24/06/2014
It was great- above our expectations.
Breege scored 1 / 5 on 23/04/2014
Thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Springfort Hall. Totally relaxed. Bedroom clean and comfortable. Staff friendly and helpful.
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