As a church seniors group we have been using the McEniff hotels for 10 years for our annual days away and have found them to be an excellent choice for a group such as ours.
At point of entry Marion Fitzgerald the sales and Marketing over 50s holiday coordinator is a joy to deal with and will effortlessly arrange your holiday and also help with an itinerary for your stay if desired.
We have stayed in all of the Brian McEniff hotels. - Mayo .Sligo Donegal and Dublin.and hotel is managed by a member of the McEniff family. Without exception,each hotel has been excellent with welcoming,friendly staff and always willing to attend to your queries and needs.
We found all the hotels to be kept exceptionally clean.
The bedrooms,decor in neutral shaded are are spacious and very comfortably furnished ,ensuite containing all the necessary items for a comfortable stay eg, T V, tea/ coffee making facility, complimentary toiletries etc.
The public rooms are tastefully furnished providing spacious accommodation for relaxing in the evenings and If required Marion will arrange entertainment.for guests and is an excellent singer and along with Brian McEniff on piano.
We always look forward to visiting the dining room. Where food has always been plentiful and first class.providing a real hearty Irish breakfast and an excellent 4 course evening meal with good choice and varied menu and which changed each evening. One should never feel hungry when leaving the dining room in a Brian McEniff hotel.
Our group repeatedly ask for a return to these hotels which speaks for itself ,and I have no hesitation in recommending a stay.
Seniors group, Co Armagh.
We as a group first went to one of the Brian McEniff hotels in 2008 it was the Holyrood since then we have stayed in the Great Northern several times, Yeats County, hotel in Westport and the Great Southern in Sligo. So that speaks for itself that 54 people have excellent taste. My group love going the Brian McEniff hotels because of the high standard and the special personal care that is afforded to everyone. Brian himself welcomes each and everyone personally and this is the same procedure of each everyone of the hotels plus members of his family involved in the hotels extends that same warm welcome.
The choice of food is just excellent. We have the best of entertainment which is provided by a very talented lady Marion Fitzgerald who is the Brian McEniff Over 50s Holiday Coordinator and who not only sings beautifully but is a talented musician. Marion will give you a huge welcome and you can be assured of an excellent nights entertainment.
I have no hesitation as do my group in giving the McEniff Group of hotels the highest of praise. These hotels give excellent value.
Maureen Finnigan Newcastlewest