Lonely Planet review
This beautifully restored ivy-covered mansion has lovely pine floors and is exquisitely decorated in an easygoing antiques-and-homemade-rugs style. It also has a terrific restaurant that is open to non-guests where Swedish influences combine with Irish staples and a substantial wine list to make for a memorable dining experience.
Our independent authors have visited Grove House and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Schull.
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