It was a rainy day, and we were exhausted after a few hours on the coach - but the boy at reception greeted us with a smile, and seemed to really care about us. He took us to our rooms and made sure that everything was to our liking. The beds had a set of towels, and there was a bathroom, TV with DVD player, refrigerator, two desks, and a closet. In the morning, breakfast was available in the room: a "buffet", although not with a lot of choice. Toast, cereal, various jams, orange juice, yogurt, milk, coffee, and you also have the option to order a Full Irish. The staff are super helpful and friendly. The guestbook at the reception is full of guests' comments, all 100% positive. And they're right, it's a great place to stay. You can call a taxi, and there's no call-out fee - the only downside of this hotel is that it's a bit far from town, which is why it's so cheap and only cost us 20 euros a night at Easter for two people in a triple room. A taxi into town will be about 13 euros.