Roger scored 4 / 5 on 28/05/2019
We had a very good break in the Yeats Country. The check-in was fine and the room was very good. Most of the hotel has been refurbished lately and the rooms we have stayed are very comfortable. This is our 4th visit in 16 months.
The only negetive is the Wi-Fi in the furthest rooms from the reception area is poor.
The meals from the bar menu are very good and plentyful and staff serving were helpful.
Hope to reurn soon.
Marcella scored 5 / 5 on 15/05/2019
I stayed for two nights, the hotel is old yes, but it is priced accordingly, but the rooms are huge, the heat was on, the place was clean, and the breakfast was very nice and the staff Brilliant. I personally highly recommend it and would go back in the morning!!! 5 stars for me!!
Anne scored 3 / 5 on 16/10/2018
we had a very pleasant stay..good value for money. Helpful reception staff. Nice comfortable lounges in public areas. Breakfast good.
Daniel scored 4 / 5 on 11/09/2018
hotel was great.room was clean and comfortable location 5 min walk to the beach.
had evening meal in the bar.very good.
decor is old style but classy sat on the big comfy sofas in front of the fire.
the bar has vast amount of wine,would recommend buying a bottle v individual glasses.
requested ice bucket with our wine bar had none.
breakfast was excellent.
staff very friendly
Mary scored 3 / 5 on 26/06/2018
My husband and I enjoyed a lovely weekend at your hotel. We requested a room with a sea view and got a lovely room with a view. Thank you! Hotel is being refurbished which is much needed to update the decor. We found everywhere very clean. Staff were very friendly and helpful at reception and dining room. Breakfast was good but our meal in the bar on Sat night wasn't good. We didn't enjoy it at al. Sharing starter followed by beef stew which was more like cooked roast beef added to veg and gravy and lamb cutlets were in soggy breadcrumbs, again not tasty.
Other than the meal, we had a lovely stay, great location and would return for another visit.
Alecia scored 4 / 5 on 12/09/2017
Just back from an overnight in Yeats Hotel. The location of this hotel, so close to the beach and the local bars is ideal. The pool was well enjoyed by the 2 children and the breakfasts were perfect also. The staff are very nice and although the hotel itself may seem a bit dated it wouldn't concern me greatly. The bedrooms are very generous in size and the views are wonderful. Third visit and most definitely not my last .
Noel scored 4 / 5 on 05/09/2017
Great location, good family hotel
Stayed for 1 night as part of a Wild Atlantic Way road trip. The hotel was quite busy, our room had a lovely sea view on the third floor, it was clean, large, and the bed was very comfortable.
We had one evening meal and one breakfast, both were quite good.
Entertainment was good on the Saturday night, 4 piece band. The Bar in which it is held is windowless, and get pretty stuffy and hot. There are two bars, the one the band was in was without any beers on draught with the bar staff having to go to the other bar to get draught beer which was a little annoying and left the bar without a barperson for several minutes.
The staff encountered were all good, especially the dining and Bar staff.
The hotel is well used, and the public rooms, bars, reception are quite dated, 1970's style, but there is a great happy atmosphere in this hotel. It's a large Hotel located at Rosses Point with a caravan park and the beach closeby, 5 minute walk.
Keith scored 3 / 5 on 07/12/2016
We enjoyed out stay and the value was excellent. two small things to point out. Reception staff should lift their heads and acknowledge guests. On a few occasions I issued a greeting and was totally ignored. In fact I had to drag conversation out of the reception staff and then they became engaged.
Dinner in the main restaurant was anything on a bed of mash. Some change in presentation could have been better.
In saying all that it was a pleasant stay and will go back
Bernie scored 3 / 5 on 19/04/2016
Had a lovely night in the Years Country Hotel. The bed was the most comfortable I've slept in for quite a while. The food was lovely but at breakfast I had to search for cereal bowls and glasses. When we went to the hot food buffet there was no items left they were replenished and all was well in the end.
De scored 3 / 5 on 12/04/2016
Very.friendly staff ,beautiful location, bedroom decor relaxing however communial areas in need of an updating
The scored 3 / 5 on 28/03/2016
The hotel staff were very friendly, our room was a good size for the family of four.
A double bed, single and a sofa bed. The view out of the window of Rosses Point was great too.
We brought the children to the pool and there's two small pools they had fun in. I got a few lengths in myself.
They have a jacuzzi and sauna the steam room was out of order.
Food was ok, as it was included in the room price I didn't mind. If I'd been paying separately I'd been disappointed.
The hotel has a certain charm about it, but could do with a freshen up, the beds and furniture could be replaced.
But as I was getting a deal for the night it served us well.
I'd actually recommend it to my parents as they like the beach and it's just down the road. The rooms are on the flat and what you need when staying there is all provided.
We'll be back.
Rosemary scored 3 / 5 on 23/02/2016
Ideally suited to it's surroundings. Fabulous views and good facilities.I was our 3rd stay and the staff were very welcoming and helpful. They were very efficient at both Reception and in the Restaurant. A special mention here for Brian the bar manager who is world class at what he does. The food was excellent with good sized portions and presented well. The Leisure Centre and pool were good with the exception of many broken lockers in the Ladies changing area. The Public areas of the hotel were warm and inviting, with open fires but no protective fire screens. Our room on the ground floor was spacious and well appointed if a little jaded but they are revamping that area so I look forward to seeing the finished refurbishments. The double bed is the best I've slept in ever. Little things are letting this hotel down, such as worn carpets, rips and pulled treads on curtains and bed covers. If you want a good off season hotel this is it, there was music, bingo and dancing during our stay. Don't book in school break time unless you like dozens of children whizzing around. I would definitely recommend it and will stay again.
Frances scored 5 / 5 on 17/02/2016
Lovely night great value on lidl breaks. Great hotel for all esp familys. Love this hotel
Sinead scored 3 / 5 on 31/12/2015
We had a lovely stay here, the hotel and our room especially was warm and cosy and comfortable. The dining room was cold on the evening we had dinner though. Staff were very helpful and friendly overall. Although I did leave something at the hotel, and when I called about it the next day I left my number and was told I would recieve a call back. They did not return my call which I thought was very poor customer service. For this reason, and the cold dining room for dinner, I am giving it 3 stars
Rasa scored 5 / 5 on 31/12/2015
Our family had a wonderful break at Yeats Country hotel and spa. Nice location, beautiful views, just a minute walk to a beach, plenty to do on the rainy days- swimming pool, gym, sauna, jacuzzi, kids club, spa offering a very good packages. A wondefull service by the staff. Thank you!
Mags scored 5 / 5 on 04/12/2015
We had an excellent stay the staff were very helpful the food delicious the rooms over looking the sea stuff you dream about .A wonderful leisure centre and if that wasn't enough the spa treatments were to die for just like your Lidl stores excellent guality and value for money thank you we hope to return at least 5 star's
David scored 4 / 5 on 03/12/2015
Just spent two days at Yates hotel. Lovely hotel, staff were very pleasant, room was great. Will definitely be back.
Peter scored 3 / 5 on 24/11/2015
The hotel is badly in need of a revamp. There was a disgusting sewrage smell coming from our bathroom. Area to the left of the reception is nice with comfy couches and lovely open fire. Breakfast left a lot to be desired, very basic
Will scored 5 / 5 on 17/11/2015
Excellent werkend. Hotel and staff were lovely. Great food n drink. The Spa was amazing. We had a great weekend break and will be back.
David scored 3 / 5 on 10/11/2015
Slept well the first night.Good breakfast .Had no time to try out Hotel Leisure Club.On the second night kept awake by a racket .A lot of shouting in one of the rooms,like as if an argument was going on .Did not know which room so could not report it.Hotel is old but with character.Three Star
Margaret scored 4 / 5 on 10/11/2015
ye very good food staff and rooms were lovely really enjoyed the weekend
Aisling scored 3 / 5 on 10/11/2015
The Hotel was very out dated, rips on the carpet, furniture that needs painted etc. The meal was lovely, couldn't fault it. when we went into the swimming pool the changing rooms didn't have private area.'s to dress and the toilets where so disgusting, not to mention the freezing Jacuzzi. And no locks on the lockers. The night time entertainment was very good and the bar man who was working that night was great. The reception staff was cheeky not to myself but the person who was checking out before me. I would not recommend the hotel to any one
Jean scored 4 / 5 on 03/11/2015
Stayed for 2 nights on 30 October 2015 for Halloween, 2 adults and 1 child. Have stayed here before and highly recommend it. Received a warm welcome on arrival. Our 6 year old daughter loved the kids club and I found the staff in the club to be really great with her, as she has no siblings to play with it it's a great way for her to get to know the other children there. I felt really safe letting her go for the swim in the mornings as the staff were very attentive and kept the children well-supervised. Room lovely- spacious with a wonderful view. Food was lovely , the breakfast was plentiful and the restaurant staff were very friendly and helpful. All in all we had a great time and will definitely be back
Cathy scored 5 / 5 on 31/10/2015
Just back from the most wonderful two day break in the yeats country hotel. Myself, my husband and 7 year old son stayed. From the moment we entered the hotel we were treated so so well. It was wet outside and the fires were on everywhere, so cosy. We booked a family room and we were so pleased with how large it was with a beautiful couch and a sea view. My son joined the kids club every morning and evening and he loved it and made so many friends and the club leaders went over and above with every child to make their stay memorable, thank you to the guys and wonderful lady , so professional. We ate in the diningroom and had your lovely fishcakes and plaice, i can still taste how good they were and the staff were so good to my son who is a poor eater and they were encouraging him with funny stories. We also ate in the bar and the food was also outstanding and such big portions with a lovely atmostphere and great staff who were so attentive. It was so relaxing to sit with our drinks beside the fire in the evening and meet many different nationalities. We had such a wonderful break and even though there were loads of children on halloween holidays, it was really quiet. I used the gym and pool aswell, and the staff were excellent and so so nice and helpful. We will definitely be retuning to this outstanding hotel again and again, a real jewel.
Tan scored 3 / 5 on 29/10/2015
Great location, huge rooms with great floor space for 2 small children.tv reception very poor.room and hotel very clean.staff very friendly.fantastic pool for kids.plenty to do in Sligo area. Food was not great in the bar and for breakfast. Breakfast food was only just warm. Plenty of cereal choice which suited our needs. Will return.
John scored 4 / 5 on 27/10/2015
Lovely Hotel,Staff were excellent,Food was Great and finally the Leisure facilities were second to none,My 3 year old daughter really loved the Pool.
Tom scored 3 / 5 on 20/10/2015
Nice location with excellent views. Hotel abit old but comfortable, staff very nice. Food in restaurant was excellent and a great breakfast. Had dinner in the bar the 2nd night and this was not so good.
Catherine scored 5 / 5 on 01/10/2015
its is an absolutely fabulous hotel and great value for money. All staff are welcoming,rooms are perfect and the leisure is a joy to swim or have a Jacuzzi in. I look forward to visiting the Yeats County soon again and I have starting telling my friends how lovely itis. Catherine Bermingham
Heats scored 4 / 5 on 22/09/2015
Lovely hotel, beautiful location. Lovely walk down to the beach. Would definitely recommend this hotel.
Nice bar. Room with an incredible view over the Atlantic.
Helen scored 4 / 5 on 19/09/2015
Very nice hotel and location perfect. Staff very helpful. Breakfast very good.
J scored 4 / 5 on 14/09/2015
Hi. We were made to feel very welcome at the hotel. We received a lovely sea view room as requested. Breakfast was very good and plentiful. Room was spacious and clean. Overall we had a pleasant stay.
John scored 5 / 5 on 14/09/2015
Our second time to this hotel and not disappointed. We plan on going again. It is warm, friendly and great service. The food for both breakfast and dinner was excellent. The location is beautiful with short walk to sea. Great place to relax. Thumbs up all round.
Mary scored 5 / 5 on 06/09/2015
Lovely - epic location. Great facilities.
Gericom scored 3 / 5 on 29/07/2015
We stayed 2 nights with 2 kids age 11, 6. On first impression the rooms and decor throughout are dated, however we had a relaxing stay and would return simply because kids had such fun in the Swimming Pool. FYI. The rooms are large. In our room the heat could not be switched off as no thermostat. We had a view of sea and swim pool. There was a musty smell from the old couch. The kettle had limescale residue. The bathroom was clean. The beds were comfortable enough. I heard they have a new wing which would be worth enquiring about. The pool area was warm and clean. The kids club had activities from breakfast until 10pm. Arts and crafts, Fun in the pool, outdoor activities (weather permitting) and Movie nights. I think the play ground could do with some attention. In the pool changing rooms there was only one ceiling light in ladies shower ceiling for six cubicle showers so everyone tended to use the same shower because of the darkness. Parts of the ceiling needs fixed but areas were very clean and warm. Jacuzzi is quite small. Kids complained because they not allowed in pool until 9am and no later than 6pm but that is reasonable if there are private members. We ate bar food. Kids food could be improved on. Soup was lovely. Main Roast of Day was excellent. Bar staff friendly. Kids club staff friendly. Restaurant staff helpful. Breakfast hot food could be improved in terms of quality but all available was edible and hot. Good choice cereals for kids e.g. coco pops, rice krispies, weetabix etc. My kids didn't like the black pudding. Overcooked and cheap, sausages too spicy and not good quality. If you stay on Lidl break you pay 5e extra per child for breakfast. Make sure you get a receipt on check in. I paid cash got no receipt and was asked for another 10e on departure. Out of four receptionists I met, there was only one lady who was in good humour. The rest need upskilling in their roles and customer service. I never tried the spa.
Mick scored 2 / 5 on 23/06/2015
I give most people the benefit of the doubt, however I left leaving this hotel wishing I spent an extra â‚¬100 and going somewhere decent.
- Spa baths were nice
- Austies bar and restaurant very nice
- Barmen friendly
- Receptionist rude, give poor impression, (English accent). other receptionists were nice
- View was of a skip and bottle bank. Really do get what you pay for :-(
- Food was like a production line. Food was out within 5 min or ordering. was good tho
- Requested iron off reception, got an iron with so much dust in it, it wasn't used in years. Mark on the Iron damaged my clothes
- Place generally run down, could do with major upgrade
Verna scored 5 / 5 on 26/05/2015
Hotel was excellent value. Staff were friendly and helpful. Room was very clean and warm.
Will definitely be back.
Tom scored 5 / 5 on 26/05/2015
Great weekend at a wonderful location. The spa treatments were excellent value and the pool/sauna/steam room was excellent. A very busy hotel with several golf parties and lots of families. Very helpful and welcoming staff. Altogether a very positive experience.
Annie scored 2 / 5 on 21/05/2015
We had a weekend break at Yeat's Hotel in Rosses Point. The Staff were excellent the only thing that I think needs to be changed is the carpet in the bedrooms and the hallways needs to replaced with tiles. Also having to go outside to gain access to the swimming pool was a very annoying and cold experience.
Afjt scored 4 / 5 on 13/05/2015
Had fab break away here thanks
Deborah scored 4 / 5 on 28/04/2015
We stayed 2 nights at the YCH, in a family room, beautiful view
Hotel was lovely, staff were excellent & very helpful, food was lovely also
Leisure centre was excellent & again staff very friendly & helpful there
Spa also highly recommended!
Only comment is the play area in the hotel only opens from July on which we were not aware of and a playground would be a huge addition to the area for small children
Brid scored 1 / 5 on 25/04/2015
we stayed for one night. Room need a total revamp.............very very dated. Walls were paper thin and breakfast was poor.
Staff are lovely but we would not return. Hotel is set in a lovely part of the country.
Galway scored 4 / 5 on 22/04/2015
stayed in hotel for 2 nights last weekend, i was pleased with room which was large and had a sea view, breakfast was good and staff were helpful and pleasant, entertainment was good at night and bus stops outside the door if you want to go into sligo town, i would go back again to this hotel
Lisa scored 4 / 5 on 01/04/2015
The room it self was spotless it was a family room double bed + 1 single + small camp bed) , my parents came as well with my 2 nieces and there room only had the double and single bed so we had to request the camp bed after we checked into the room.. we were told that all rooms were standard but we saw a few rooms and they had 2 double beds in them... bathroom was clean with plenty of towels. Food was lovely and the staff were lovely and helpful. The pool was great and heated. We would stay here again
Hugh scored 4 / 5 on 19/03/2015
We booked two night stay with Today FM Breaks for two adults and two children aged five and six
We thoroughly enjoyed the everything about the stay, the food, staff and old charm of the hotel and lobby areas
We had excellent service in the restaurant for evening meal (particularly helpful with the children's meals) and breakfast
Also very friendly advice on other dining options locally, we ate in Austie's on Monday night which was very good too.
The music in Candles bar on Sunday and Monday night was easy listening and enjoyable
We had the pool to ourselves on Monday afternoon, excellent.
A really enjoyable break and we will definitely be back, thank you.
Cate scored 3 / 5 on 18/03/2015
We arrived at 2 and was informed by the receiptionist that check in was not til 3 and room was not ready, this should have been stated upon booking. The room it self was spotless and spacious (family room ) , bathroom clean with pleanty of towels. Food was lovely and the staff were lovely and helpful. The pool was great and heated, our little girl had a great time in it. We would stay here again. cate
John scored 3 / 5 on 18/03/2015
WE stayed for one night March14th
Very friendly staff, good food ,great leisure centre
Gym well kitted out
Great value for money, lovely area
One criticism,the reception area and lobby is very dated ,needs a bit of a facelift
Nat scored 4 / 5 on 14/03/2015
Excellent 3 Day Break.Although we arrived in a blizzard and it snowed and blew a gale for two days, we could not have been in a better place.Warm comfortable,excellent saff and outside the most wonderful scenery. We would love to come back. NJ & CM D.
Amelia scored 1 / 5 on 19/02/2015
Service was very bad in the restaurant..we never got a welcome when we entered and we just seated ourselfs as nobody came near us, they didn't ask if we wanted a jug water or anything at all to drink when we ordered our food, we also had to go to the bar ourselfs to get a drink and ask for jug off water..had to wait a hour for our main course and it wasn't great when we got it. There was people got served there main before us that didn't order till after us. there was while terrible smell off fags in the hall way to the our room and the room also smelled off fags..won't be back again!!
Reviewer83628148 scored 1 / 5 on 18/02/2015
The Jacuzzi and showers were freezing both days we stayed. Staff told us it would be fixed but it wasn't and the hotel management were not even aware of this. The leisure centre is in another detached building and there is no lighting between the two buildings. There was no control over the heating in the room, there was no thermostat, we had to leave the windows open and that wasn't ideal. The toilet in the room would not flush, the TV remote did not work and the kettle was broken and we had to call reception twice to get another one. The hotel bar was very small and the bar man very loud! The food in the bar and the restaurant was not great. The staff were not very friendly or helpful. In all hotels I have been in they have free papers for customers but not at Yeats, I was told quite abruptly that they had to be bought. We booked with another couple who received a seasonal gift in their room and we did not. The spa which is separate from the leisure centre was excellent, the staff, equipment, and treatments were of a very high quality. If anyone else is thinking of going to Rosses Point, there are B&B's close by or the Raddison and you can still enjoy the location as it's only a few minutes away by car. You can also still book treatments in the spa if you don't stay at the hotel.
Fiona scored 2 / 5 on 10/02/2015
What a dive. We checked in 3pm and checked out at 3.10pm. The rooms and hotel are very dated. The beds need to be replaced, not a clean hotel at all. No atmosphere and the receptionist was very unwelcoming. I would not recommend this hotel to my worst enemy.I would give hotel a 2rating
Margaret scored 4 / 5 on 21/01/2015
food in the bar was lovely. kids club was great and the pool was great. enjoyed our stay. lovely open fires and comfortable seating in the lobby
Val scored 2 / 5 on 12/09/2014
Found piece of glass in pillowcase and all we were offered was a â‚¬10 discount! I don't like giving out, but this could have had serious consequences. The manager didn't even have the manners to apologize.
Jane scored 3 / 5 on 09/09/2014
We really enjoyed out night in Yeats Country Hotel. Dinner was just ok but could be a lot better. My sister got the salmon and it was sitting on a bed of what looked and tasted like the contents of a jar of Dolmio sauce. Not very nice and not acceptable as we paid â‚¬ 30.00 person for the dinner excluding the wine. The breakfast buffet was great. We stayed in a triple room and it had all we needed for the one night apart from shampoo because the combination of body wash and shampoo just do not work. I
Maggie scored 4 / 5 on 30/06/2014
Beautiful setting and very friendly staff. Really enjoyed our stay.
Rnc scored 4 / 5 on 19/06/2014
Decided to go for 3 star olde world by nice location over 4 star townie hotel... happy we did. Hotel was very nice, nice pool (get in at a quiet time!), and location was fabulous. More than happy with our stay.
Donna scored 4 / 5 on 30/04/2014
as usual the hotel was clean ,friendly and welcoming.The bar menu has been extended and on one night the staff showed flexibility by adding the a la carte main course as a special at the special price .breakfast was wonderful and all the staff were very helpful and did all this with a great sense of humour and craic..
Marie scored 1 / 5 on 27/04/2014
ENJOYED OUR STAY , HOTEL LOVELY AND CLEAN , VERY FRIENDLY STAFF ESPECIALLY IN THE KIDS CLUB .FOOD WAS VERY GOOD TOO .
WOULD STAY AGAIN .
Mc scored 3 / 5 on 25/04/2014
just back from a lovely stay at this hotel. didn't expect much after reading some bad reviews but we were pleasantly surprised with our family room. it was bright clean and spacious with a lovely view of the sea. reception area needs a makeover but we liked the old world feel to the lounge area. bar food was ok. one evening meal was included in our package in the restaurant. often in hotels with this offer the choice is very limited and you dont feel like you are getting a 'proper' meal. but i have to say it did not feel like this at all. varied menu and we enjoyed our meals very much. Eros spa on 3rd floor is really lovely. the seaweed bath and massage were great. Beach is a few minutes walk from hotel. Sligo town is just a short drive away.
Overall it was a nice little break away and great value.
Babs scored 2 / 5 on 21/03/2014
i found the hotel had went down hill as i had stayed there before about 7 years ago . There were plenty of staff who were very helpfull . the dinner menu was very basic more like a lunch menu but food overall though good was not very exciting . The hotel could do with a good make over but rooms were clean and comfortable . The hotel is located very close to sea and 7km from sligo best of both worlds .
Cmc scored 3 / 5 on 19/03/2014
We had a nice family break here with three small kids. Our family room was huge which was great but looks a little dated. We had a lovely view with a nice window ledge that you could sit on. The dinner included in our package was fine, the wine list is not extensive and there was no half bottles or prosecco by the glass. The breakfast fry was cold so we didn't have it the second day and the continental breakfast could have had more choices. The leisure centre was fab the kids had a great time in it and the temperature of the water was lovely
Gs scored 2 / 5 on 05/12/2013
very impressive building, lovely part of the country, staff excellent, food disapointing.
Marian scored 3 / 5 on 03/12/2013
We really enjoyed our stay in Yeats Country Hotel. The staff were very helpful and approachable. I particularly enjoyed my full body massage and facial in the wonderful spa.
Georgie scored 4 / 5 on 26/11/2013
We had a lovely 3 nights at Yeats Country Hotel. The staff are so helpful and friendly. It was very relaxing.
Edel scored 3 / 5 on 02/11/2013
Friendly staff. Good food. Warm & cosy. Open fires.
Does need updating, but perfectly fine.
Sara279 scored 3 / 5 on 30/10/2013
Would definitely rate this hotel as a 3 half star ,great hotel ,staff could nt be any nicer,location brilliant for getting away from it all,we were a family of 7 and itcatered for all of us ,ages frm 11 to 71 ,and all of us enjoyed it ,lovely walks along the sea and plenty of pubs doing food,would definitely be going back ,
Monica scored 5 / 5 on 26/10/2013
Fabulous break, excellent setting. Great service and food. I would recommend to anyone a lovely escape away.
Lislea scored 2 / 5 on 17/10/2013
On awhole i enjoyed the stay in this hotel. However, the housekeeping group entered our room 3 times before 9am which was a bit ridiculous. The night porter wasn't very helpful either. I also think the rooms could do with a facelift. The food was lovely and the restaurant staff and spa staff were lovely.
Juicyjody scored 4 / 5 on 01/10/2013
Lovely stay at this hotel. Stayed in Family Room with our 2 year old son. Although basic it was clean and quiet. Pool was loved very much by my son. The beach was literally a 2-3 minute walk to a beautiful sandy beach which was helped immensely by the fact the weather was amazing. We stayed B&B + 2 Evening Meals and food was good. Not super fancy but good portions and the staff in the restaurant were amazingly friendly and made a fuss of our son each time they saw him.
Overall a lovely relaxing stay and we will certainly return again. I would recommend this hotel to my friends.
Michelle scored 1 / 5 on 24/09/2013
the whole hotel needs a complete overhaul and a clean up. the room was grubby, outdated and full of spider webs. the curtain rail was even coming off the wall. the food was absolutely terrible and lacked seasoning. there was very little to do as everything was closed up for the season which is ridiculous as most holiday places dont close until halloween. the pool was the only good thing about the holiday it was so disappointing and i would of been disgusted if i had paid full price for this hotel and i wont be recommending it to anyone.
Dissatisfied scored 1 / 5 on 19/09/2013
Very disappointing weekend. The last time for sitting down to dinner is eight o'clock, We lost out on the first evening meal as we arrived at 20h45. The bed was so soft that I initially thought it was a waterbed. Woke up with a back ache. Thought we would go soothe it in the jacuzzi, only to find that the jacuzzi was out of order. We opted to have desert with our only evening meal we had, and had to fork out â‚¬26 for two simple deserts. I tried to ring the hotel to resolve the cost of the desert, but more than 24 hrs later and they are yet to ring me. They cannot be serious about customer service if this is the way they handle customer complaints.
Seanmayo scored 2 / 5 on 14/08/2013
rosses point is a really lovely village and a great place to visit central for sligo town bundoran and lough key and the beach more or less on your doorstep.hotel quite dated but it has a nice pool and fairly good kids club the food was only ok and that might even be a bit generous . was charged 5eur extra per child at breakfast and 9eur at dinner on check out because we were on a package deal would have had no problem with this if the food was good but the kids pizza to be fair was crap. all in all dont think id go back
Sallyboat scored 2 / 5 on 25/07/2013
Quite dated Hotel, in need of refurbishing. Well located, with beach nearby, good leisure centre. The food is not as good as its sister hotel in Bundoran. We had a very relaxiing stay nonetheless.
O scored 4 / 5 on 21/07/2013
Nice hotel .. Friendly staff & beautiful beach just a short walk away.
Colleen scored 5 / 5 on 18/07/2013
Great hotel,friendly service and the spa was amazing!! Will definitely return. Cheap,cheerful and a great place to get away from it all.
Gary scored 1 / 5 on 16/07/2013
Stayed from 5 to 7 july. En-suite dirty. Changing room in spa for men not very clean either. Other than that food was good and family room was spacious and good.
Kaman scored 2 / 5 on 15/07/2013
The hotel and decor are very dated and in bad need of refurbishment. We had a family room which again was dated but clean. The food in the hotel bar wasn't the best however, breakfast was lovely with a good variety to choose from. I found the majority of staff friendly and helpful however there were a few who couldn't be bothered!!! The swimming pool was great and lovely and warm. The views from the hotel are fab and the surrounding area is amazing. I wouldn't book the Yeats again until it has been updated and refurbished.
Tracey scored 4 / 5 on 11/07/2013
Great located with beautiful views. Excellent food and customer services.
Pollyanna scored 2 / 5 on 09/07/2013
The hotel was a bit grotty. Reception area has dirty, worn, ill fitted carpet. The corridor our bedroom was on smelt of damp, luckily the room inside didn't it was quite pleasant and clean. The food was only alright nothing fab. Staff not very friendly but did their job. Lack of tourist information in reception and hotel room - i.e. a map with attractions in the area would be nice. The area is fabulous though!
Fred scored 4 / 5 on 09/07/2013
Great hotel for families. The kids club was great for us. Really enjoyed our week.
Brady scored 3 / 5 on 06/07/2013
Stayed one night in this Hotel. The room we had was on the ground floor as requested . Room very basic and bathroom really needs revamping. Restaurant menu very poor selection. Staff very friendly and helpful.
Kaye scored 3 / 5 on 04/07/2013
First impressions of Yeats Country Hotel & Spa as you enter the hotel are that the reception area and the hallway down to the lift are very dated, dark and the carpet is rather dirty. Rooms are basic but clean. Bathroom needs a little shelf or something that one can put their soap bags on, we had to put ours on the floor. Also there was no safe in the bedroom so we had to lock our valuables in our car before going for a swim in the pool because the swimming pool changing rooms have no locks on the lockers and only 1 hairdryer working in the Ladies Changing Room. When going to the swimming pool we had to walk down a corridor where the floor was very uneven and the carpets were in need of deep cleaning.
The Spa had a wonderful relaxing atmosphere but unfortunately the white material on the ceiling of relaxation room was positively grey especially just above the door.
Having said all that the breakfast was great, the staff were absolutely wonderful, always cheery and smiling and happy to oblige. The hotel has the most amazing, breathtaking views of the surrounding area and because of the staff, food and views we would be happy to go back again.
Reviewer22424240 scored 2 / 5 on 02/07/2013
Two couples (ages 50+) spent the weekend at Yeats Country Hotel & Spa. We didn't find the staff overly friendly and we had no electricity for the best part of the afternoon , when we complained there didn't seem to be any urgency about getting it sorted. The evening meal was alright but the desert was awful and when we complained about this they took it off our bill which was fair enough. Breakfast was good and there was plenty to choose from. The location is lovely and the fact it is on a golf course is a bonus. Not sure I would be rushing back but we had an enjoyable enough stay !
Baraba scored 2 / 5 on 28/06/2013
Hotel warm. clean and comfortable but the food left a lot to be desired.
Same pasta dish served 2 days running for vegetarians which is not acceptable.
Hotel staff bordering on rude sometimes.
R scored 3 / 5 on 28/06/2013
First impressions as you enter the hotel is that the reception area and the hallway down to the lift is very dated and the carpet rather dirty. Rooms are basic but clean. Bathroom needs little shelf or something that one can put their soap bags on, we had to put ours on the floor. Also there was no safe in the bedroom so we had to lock our valuables in our car before going for a swim in the pool because the swimming pool had no locks on the lockers either and only 1 hair-dryer working in the Ladies changing room. The breakfast was good. When going to the Swimming Pool we had to walk down a corridor where the floor was very uneven and the carpets were in need of deep cleaning. The Spa had a wonderful relaxing atmosphere but unfortunately the white material on the ceiling was positively grey, especially the area just above the entrance door.
Having said all that the Staff were absolutely wonderful, always cheery and smiling and happy to oblige. The Hotel has wonderful views of the surrounding area and because of the great staff and breathtaking views would probably stay there again.
R & K Jordan. 28th June 2013.
June scored 4 / 5 on 26/06/2013
My husband and I stayed here recently for a weekend and really enjoyed it. The hotel is in a beautiful location. Unfortunately we picked the wrong weekend weather wise as it was wet, windy and cold. The hotel is spacious and clean but could do with some modern decorating. In saying that we would definitely stay there again.
Andrea scored 4 / 5 on 18/06/2013
Great break away!! Booked a family room and had a 2 course meal, staff were lovely and friendly and accommodation was great!! Would definitely book again!!
Marybyrne scored 3 / 5 on 13/06/2013
we really enjojed our stay, the bedroom spotless and the staff were all lovely, so friendly and attentive, breakfast was very good. i do feel the spa could do with a few repairs eg the lockers need handles replaced, and the vent is filthy you can see this while in the pool and just the flower pots need tending. the hotel needs a bit of T.L.C. but i will be back
Josephine scored 3 / 5 on 12/06/2013
Nice hotel in a great location. Hotel is a little dated but is clean and has nice views. Food was good as was the breakfast.
Jp scored 2 / 5 on 11/06/2013
We stayed at the Yeats Hotel and Spa for two nights with our three children 7,6 and 2 in June 2013. The hotel staff were very welcoming and helpful. I found the dÃ©cor to be very dated, but it was clean and tidy, the rooms were very spacious for our family, my only complaint about the room was that there was not blackout blinds and my 2 year old did not sleep well due to the light streaming into the room.
The breakfast was lovely the staff very helpful and accommodating.
The leisure centre was ok, again dated, no where to secure your belongings, the travel cot to hold the 2 year old while I changed was broken. My husband stated that the men's changing room was dirty.
I am not sure if we would in fact stay there again, due to the leisure centre only.
Mary scored 4 / 5 on 11/06/2013
good hotel good food,great staff,great view`s weather beautiful,will be back. thanks lidl-breaks.
Marian scored 3 / 5 on 10/06/2013
I would have to say my husband and I along with my parents had a very enjoyable stay at Yeats Country Hotel.The staff were very friendly and effecient. The carpet at reception could do with cleaning (minor complaint) but other than that, the food was excellent, the rooms were basic but clean and my parents had a great night dancing on the Sunday night in the bar. Will return especiallyfor the lovely scenery in the area.
Cathyd scored 4 / 5 on 05/06/2013
Myself and my husband spent two nights at this hotel, the room was very spacious with a view of the coastline from our window, room was spotless. Staff were very friendly, lovely leisure centre and meals were fantastic with great choice, would highly recommend it for a relaxing short break.
Seamus scored 4 / 5 on 09/04/2013
This was my third time staying in this hotel (this time with the kids). The hotel is your basic 3 star family hotel and value for money overall but found their bar food menu not of a good standard. The staff are very friendly and helpful. What it has going for it is it's location, you have a beautiful beach close by and a golf course (if you are a golfer, which I am not) and the bars and restaurants close by are excellent. It also has a great leisure centre and swimming pool which the kids loved. So all in all I would recommend this hotel for a short cheap break with your family.
Marie scored 4 / 5 on 21/02/2013
my husband my sister x brother inlaw and myself enjoyed every moment of our stay.
the service was excellent x the hotel was lovely. marie
Big scored 4 / 5 on 03/10/2012
Pleasant and prompt check-in. ditto with bar service. Warm , spacious and clean bedroom. Adequate breakfast, nicely served. Cant comment on bar food or restaurant as we didn't avail of either. Friendly staff. Only downside was Sky sports not available, however a very nice receptionist phoned a local bar to make sure that they had sky.( Well done to her) Overall good value.
Lorraine scored 3 / 5 on 02/10/2012
The hotel is very dated, particularly the lobby and hallway area by the lift. Rooms are basic but clean. The Spa however, is very plush and well kept. Food is very good, and staff are very friendly. All in all we could not fault the place, but the decor is quite off putting on arrival.
Sean scored 5 / 5 on 29/09/2012
Excellent Hotel. Great staff, splendid food, smashing leisure facilities. All in all well worth a visit.
Dayna scored 5 / 5 on 20/09/2012
Had a fantastic relaxing weekend break. Staff were very friendly and helpful. Hotel was so homely. Had a wonderful massage in the spa would definetly reccommend this hotel and spa to everyone. Will definetly be returning in the future :)
Trish scored 1 / 5 on 13/09/2012
I stayed in the Yeats Hotel last weekend and found it to be a very strange experience. When we arrived I gave my surname and the receptionist then said 'Patricia' as if she had been waiting on me. Very sinister! The reception area is like something from the dark ages, axminster carpet and ancient furnishings. The guests were struggling to read it was so dark. There was a musty smell near the lift area. The bedroom was big but it was like a step back in time. I would describe it as 'RED'. The television was like one you would find in a skip. The view to the front of the hotel was a carpark and beyond this was an run down tennis court and basket ball court, almost blocking the sea view. The triple room had a single bed, double bed and a camp bed (without proper bedlinen). On a positive note the breakfast was very tasty and the entertainment in the hotel was great for oldtimers. Overall though I couldn't recommend this hotel to anyone. It's in bad need of re-decoration. It's a great pity as the location is lovely. Most of all the website is misleading.
Sharon scored 3 / 5 on 04/09/2012
we booked a family room for one night. it was very clean and spacious. the staff were very friendly and efficient. the area is lovely, and close to sligo town if the peace and quiet is too much for you! it was an enjoyable stay, nice hotel and nice food. very good for young families as has kids club and evening creche for little ones if you want your dinner in peace! will return soon i hope.
Ann scored 3 / 5 on 03/09/2012
Stayed Friday 31st August. We found room clean and comfortable, everything we needed was there. The views were lovely. Lounge and bar and food especially the breakfast and the coffee were great. It was refreshing to meet a Receptionist so good at her job, in fact the staff were all very pleasant. Good value all round!
Mark scored 5 / 5 on 25/08/2012
Excellent family friendly hotel with great location, staff and value. Highly recommended.
My scored 4 / 5 on 12/08/2012
Hi We stayed at this hotel for 3 nights, Family of 5, It was lovely hotel friendly staff, excellent food, best hotel for Kids Club we ever stayed at The Girls were just brilliant with kids, There is lovely views of the beach every morning you open your curtains to see sun shining, its like arriving in spain and beautiful sunsets, The golf course is across the road from hotel. The only fault i had is no internet in bedroom only in lobby, I would def recommend this hotel to a friend really enjoyable holiday
Elizabeth scored 3 / 5 on 01/08/2012
Our family consisted of 4 adults and 3 children who are under the age of 9. We were allocated two family rooms across the corridor from each other. The rooms were spacious, bright, airy and had great facilities. The children were delighted with the Kids Club and Leisure Centre. The hotel's location was convenient to the Golf Club and beach. In the bar food was serverd all day and late into the evening and the restaurant had three sittings for dinner. We enjoyed our stay at Yeats Country Hotel and Spa. It deserves it's 3 star rating and I would highly recommend this hotel to families with children.
Reviewer65798216 scored 4 / 5 on 30/07/2012
Hotel Lovely, Clean and Spacious. Staff very friendly, Lots to do in the Area. Good Value for Money. Would stay again and would definately recommend to a friend.
E&n scored 3 / 5 on 18/07/2012
good value clean and staff helpful. No wireless broadband in bedrooms!
Mary scored 4 / 5 on 27/06/2012
Our stay, although brief, was excellent. We commented to each other about the bed. It was the softest, most comfortable bed we've slept in for a long time, without being so soft to affect our backs. My Husband is walking disabled and found the long walk from the Dining Room to the Lift a bit far, but he managed, and was delighted with the service we got from all the Staff. Hopefully we will be back as we are both Pensioners and have a bit of time on our hands. Star Rating: 4
Mary & Finian Englishby,
Brendan scored 4 / 5 on 26/06/2012
We had only time to stay one night but had a great break. Evelyn at reception was totally efficient. The Family Room was very spacious. Leisure Centre was also great. We thought it was very good value.irish Breakfast was good. With beach, golf and Sligo adjacent. -it makes for a good family stay. we'll be back.
Unhappy scored 1 / 5 on 26/06/2012
Booked this hotel as a birthday treat for my daughter....we were so disappointed to say the least! Arrived to find we could not check in until 3pm...eventually checked in to find a very dated room,which was not as clean as I would have expected or wanted,there were no towels in the bathroom,the tv didn't work-when I mentioned this to a male member of reception staff he was quite defensive,almost implying that I was not able to work the tv!! The pool was not very clean or hygenic...one could feel hairs on our hands whilst swimming and the general area was certainly not the calming,clean atmosphere one would expect in a spa...especially one that was "part-funded by IFI". we decided to shower,post swim in our room only to find the water was barely warm,another point I took up with the man at reception,he assured me the water SHOULD be warm....that's what I thought too! Food was ok...not great considering the price and service seemed hap-hazzard to say the least.On check-out no-one questioned my opinions until the money had exchanged hands...at this point I offered my opinion on the hotel,pointing out all of the above and informing them that I would never be back to this establishment and would inform family and friends of the same. One star rating given but only because the no star option was not available.
Amy scored 4 / 5 on 26/06/2012
Food was lovely , staff friendly , helpful, Realy enjoyed stay at yeats hotel , would recommend it . Plan on going back ASAP
Gerry scored 4 / 5 on 22/06/2012
The hotel was quite nice and the staff were very helpful.
The food was good but not great (bar food on cold plates not the best) but again bar staff and service very good.
Would i go back again , YES
Catherine scored 4 / 5 on 11/06/2012
Reception staff, EVELYN, bar staff,JANET, BREAKFAST CHEF, MARIA, all very professional and helpful. Bedrooms very clean and airy, but duvet too heavy and memory mattress would be an asset. Leisure centre enjoyable and t.g. for same as weather raining. My husband left wallet in local restaurant and Janet contacted friend , who delivered same to her and she brought it up to our room at midnight. Rate 4 stars
Frances scored 3 / 5 on 08/06/2012
lovely time again as usual
Reviewer69802677 scored 4 / 5 on 07/06/2012
Stayed weekend for anniversary and pleasantly surprised how nice the hotel is. Weather helped to make the weekend as we were able to sit outside and enjoy the fantastic views while relaxing with a drink. Rooms are spacious with great views. Food was plain but nice and breakfast was very relaxed. Restaurant staff were fantastic and the kids loved the pool - all in all a nice hotel for a quiet break.
Naomi scored 3 / 5 on 07/06/2012
It was not bad at all. however there was one thing i thought should have been different; e.g you had to go out to a different floor with a key to use an ironing board which was on a timer, quite inconvenient; i must say the service of the staff and attitude was very good. the location of the hotel is fab with a beach very nearby and yacht club and golf course all very close and looke as though the hotel had an entire area to itself! the scenery was superb.
Noel scored 4 / 5 on 06/06/2012
Very good hotel. Accomdation very good. lesiure centre excellant especially if you have kids. We dined in the hotel on teh seconf night of our stay and no complaints at all. Staff very very helpful and friendly.
Mth scored 4 / 5 on 29/05/2012
We had a lovely family room, spacious and clean. Staff were very friendly and helpful. Would definitely stay here again.
Evo3 scored 4 / 5 on 18/04/2012
We had a most enjoyable stay in the Yeats Country hotel.Thestaff were very friendly and welcoming.The accomodation was very comfartable and the room service excellent.Would recommend it.would stay there again..
Happy scored 4 / 5 on 15/11/2011
Although basic the yeates country hotel was clean and the rooms were well kept. Communal areas needed work especially the dining are and spa/pool area but the staff were exceptipnal and service at dinner was second to none. The area was picturesque and I would deffinately book this hotel again.
Georgio scored 4 / 5 on 14/11/2011
Just returned from a two night break. Hotel is in a fantastic location. The rooms we had were very spacious and clean. Staff were very friendly and helpful. Leisure centre facilities were very good. Would stay here again.
Shay scored 2 / 5 on 10/10/2011
Other than the microwaved dinners, steamroom and jacuzzi not working, it was great.
Reviewer23903128 scored 3 / 5 on 27/09/2011
we enjoyed our weekend stay , food, reception ,rooms,bars all very good,we also got good weather which allowed us plenty time for local walking on splendid beaches
Brendan scored 5 / 5 on 23/06/2011
My wife and I recently stayed at the Yeats Country Hotel in Rosses Point in Sligo which we booked through Lidlbreaks.ie. We thought it was excellent value for money. The Hotel is in a beautiful location, 5 minutes stroll to the beach and our room overlooked the sea. The Hotel was very comfortable and the staff were very friendly and very nice. The food was lovely. Plenty of nice places to visit in the surrounding areas for example Glencar Waterfall, Lough Gill, Strand Hill, Drumcliffe and Sligo City is only a short distance by bus which stops outside the Hotel. The Village was also only a short walk from the Hotel which had 3 lovely pubs. We look forward to our next visit to the Yeats Country Hotel.
Weekender scored 4 / 5 on 22/06/2011
njoyed our weekend great value thanks to LIDL hotel very busy great staff especialy the ladies in rececption WEEKENDER
Brian scored 4 / 5 on 19/06/2011
We had a most enjoyable stay in the Yeats Country hotel.Thestaff were very friendly and welcoming.The accomodation was very comfartable and the room service excellent.Would recommend it.
Mammy scored 4 / 5 on 17/06/2011
had a lovley stay. We had room on 4th floor, very bright and airy and large with view of sea. Room clean and crisp white sheets. Blankets instead of duvets, my only dislike. Staff were very friendly and helpful. Breakfast was good for me but if you require a broad range of foods like fruit, yogurts, cheeses etc this is not the breakfast for you. Spa facilities were excellent and weekend special rates made it all the more affordable. Hotel has a comfortable feel and plenty of seating downstairs. Decor and furniture is not your modern, high spec design of other hotels but i prefer 'the used look' Location is fantastic being 5 minutes walk from a beautiful sandy beach. Village 5 minutes walking with a few restaurents and of course Harry's pub. Also for those who do not want to drive once the car is parked, the bus to sligo stops outside the hotel a couple of times per day. Timetable available in the hotel. Great service. Will definately be back. This was great value for money and might even stay three nights next time as the rates are even cheaper per night
Katemc scored 2 / 5 on 14/06/2011
COULD DO WITH A LICK OF PAINT, BREAKFAST STAFF COULD DO WITH SOME CUSTOMER SERVICE TRAINING BUT GOOD VALUE FOR MONEY
Bernadette scored 3 / 5 on 26/05/2011
We enjoyed our one night stay. Very friendly and helpful staff. Bedroom up-dated and very clean. Corridors and restaurant charmingly back to the seventies. Food was basic but pleasant. We had two treatments in the Spa which was a lovely expecience and highly recommendable. Overall a friendly and pleasant evening.
I hane availed of the Lidl Breaks before and I have recommended Lidl Breaks to a lot of my friends because people can get away for one night but it is not always convenient to go for two nights, which a lot of Hotel Breaks advertise. At present I am planning our next night away.
Louis scored 3 / 5 on 24/05/2011
Hotel needs new look but good value for Lidl break costs. We are staying there for a week in June at nearly double the Lidl price as we booked direct in April.
Flowers scored 4 / 5 on 22/05/2011
This was our second stay this year in The Yeats County. We had a different room but it was still up to a good standard. There were fewer staff as it was a quiet week but they were still very friendly and helpful. We tried the Bar food and it was so good we went back for more. The long opening hours in the leisure centre were a big bonus as the weather was foul and too rough for the beach. The local sceanery is spectacular and there's good array of tourist information iavailable at Reception. We had a very relaxing stay. The only criticism is the small maintainence issues which need to be dealt with before high season, ie repairs to door locks and curtain hooks. We'll be back.
Flowers scored 4 / 5 on 26/04/2011
Just had the most relaxing few days in this hotel. The Spa treatment was excelent. The food was good and the staff were very helpful and friendly. Our room was spacious, well decorated, very clean and had beautiful views of the sea and golf course. There was plenty of activities locally and there was entertainment at night. The Leisure centre was good with one exception and that was that the locks were broken on some of the shower doors.
Overall we had a great time and would definitely visit this hotel again and would recommend it to our friends.
Dgl scored 3 / 5 on 01/03/2011
It was a nice location just ten mins drive from town, the hotel reception was nice and modern looking but there was a musty smell. When we landed we were told check in time wasnt until three o clock by a very unplesant staff member. When we returned to get checked into our suite there was a different (much nicer) lady at front desk. We were placed in a family room on ground floor which was average and clean.
Kids loved the pool area etc. We went for dinner in hotel that evening and was surprised to find it was a very basic sausage/nuggets/fish fingers and chips menu. Enjoyed our stay but would not return to this hotel. In serious need of a full makeover
Holliemam scored 4 / 5 on 22/02/2011
Really enjoyed the stay, leisure centre was great and really clean. Rooms were comfortable and the food was lovely. Good atmosphere in the bar at night. On the downside, the service in the restaurant wasn't great, waited half an hour at breakfast for a cup of tea which never arrived.
Fran scored 4 / 5 on 17/11/2010
Great location near the beach and for a short break. Helpful, friendly staff. Food was very nice. Room was clean and warm and had great view towards the sea. Reception areas recently redecorated. Dining hall overdue a facelift. Rooms due for makeover in 2011. Enjoyed our short stay and great value for money.
Clare scored 3 / 5 on 09/11/2010
Yeats County Hotel in Rosses Point the staff are very welcoming and friendly. I am diasabled and they offered me a wet floor bathroom when i arrived at reception and it is situated just around from the reception area. The food is basic cooking edible but not fancy. My stay was pleasant and also i would have no hesitation in returning.
Bob scored 4 / 5 on 09/11/2010
My wife and stayed for the weekend on a bed and breakfast basis. It was either our 5th or 6th time staying there and we love it. The location is excellent, money can't buy it, minutes from the beach, great walks, pubs & golf course on our doorstep, 10 Mins from Sligo town, geat drives, etc etc etc. On the downside, the hotel is a bit dated and shabby (even though they have started to do it up), the breakfast is quite poor - even a B&B is better. There is only one tiny radiator in each room, so if its really cold outside you could be cold. Prices are great, value for money is superb and I would highly recommend it, just don't expect the Ritz treatment. I could give the hotel management advice on how to improve it
Shivey scored 5 / 5 on 14/10/2010
would recomend lidl breaks they are very resonable and affordable in the times of ression,
Shivey scored 5 / 5 on 14/10/2010
enjoyed the stay, staff very nice and helpfull. room was average, shortage of towels in the room only two hand towels, Situated in a lovely location beside the beach, overall i wold give the hotel 6/10 .
Molly scored 2 / 5 on 12/10/2010
The hotel is situated in a fantastic location and the bedroom was very clean and spacious. hotel is a little dated. Breakfast was ok very hard to get service ie tea/ coffee/ toast and tables wernt set properly. other than that it was a comfortable stay.
Silversurfer scored 3 / 5 on 06/10/2010
really enjoyed the stay nice hotel, staff very friendly and swimming pool, gym etc really nice. Hotel a little old, but clean and comfy.Breakfast was nice if a little standard. Would go again as Rosses point a lovely unspoilt part of Ireland. I went to surf and in between all the good spots so cant go wrong
Sarah scored 5 / 5 on 08/09/2010
Not good I'm afraid. We wouldn't stay there again. The hotel is so old. It needs major renovation. The pool looks good from the pictures but it's actually delapatated. Have to say the staff were lovely but food included in hotel package also not good. Drinks in bar were very expensive compared with local bars
Mark scored 3 / 5 on 06/09/2010
great pool. spacious well equipped rooms. good all round stay.
Rmm scored 3 / 5 on 28/07/2010
Lovely hotel, food was excellent, staff were very friendly and good location
Catherine scored 4 / 5 on 08/07/2010
the hotel was clean and staff were very nice no complaints
Lisa scored 5 / 5 on 02/07/2010
What makes Yeates Country Hotel special is the staff.. We have stayed with them four times already this year.... Nothing is too much bother and we always get a warm welcome. Any meal we have had wheather or not dinner or breakfast was second to none. The beach is only 5mins. away and is just fab. I would highly recommend this Hotel for families. We can't wait to go back again. Many thanks to Lidl /Yeats Hotel for running such fantastic offer.
Sexy scored 5 / 5 on 30/06/2010
I would rate this hotel an 8 of 10. The hotel is a little bit old fashioned, Staff are quite friendly especially the bar staff. The hotel room itself was quite comfortable, however the lack of air conditioning was a problem at night as the windows only open a tiny bit. Also there was no remote control available for the TV eventhough there was a note in the room from management saying that for a refundable fee you could get one at reception, when we wendt to reception they had no knowledge of this at all. Food was basic but enjoyable. All in all we had a really good stay at the they Yeats country hotel and think that it was good value for the cost. I would definately go back there.
Marie scored 5 / 5 on 29/06/2010
The food cold and horrable the worst hotel we ever stayed in and we would never go their again the swimming pool was nice that was the only thing nice
0lordy scored 3 / 5 on 29/06/2010
Pros: The views are stunning, located beside the lovely village of Rosses Point and close to Sligo. Good value for our one night stay. Lovely staff. Nice dinner and breakfast. Good size rooms.
Cons: Rather cheap and shabby decor in the rooms. Check-in was a little chaotic - no record of the Lidl booking, though that was sorted out.
A scored 3 / 5 on 29/06/2010
Family of 5, we stayed here in April. The hotel was beautifully situated, although the hotel's decor was basic enough. Meal's were not great, but the fact that the hotel had a kids club made up for this. The hotel staff were friendly and the beach was only walking distance away.The family room's are spacious and can cater for 3kids in room. If you have kids with you, this hotel would be ideal, (just don't expect much from the food or interior of hotel) I would consider a return for a cheap family break
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