The Abbeyleix Manor Hotel
AddressCork Road AbbeyleixSee nearby area
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Services & facilities
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- Family rooms
- Facilities for disabled guests
- 24-hour front desk
- Restaurant (à la carte)
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
- Free parking
Description provided by property
The 3-star Abbeyleix Manor Hotel offers a relaxing and ideal base to explore the hidden beauties of County Laois and the Midlands of Ireland. Guests will benefit from an on-site gym, and the charming town of Abbeyleix is located within walking distance.
The hotel boasts en-suite bedrooms, each tastefully decorated and designed to offer ample living space maintaining a cosy and relaxing sleeping space.
The hotel is 8 km from Portlaoise town centre, with easy access to Dublin and Cork cities.
Full Irish breakfasts are served each day, and guests can enjoy dinner in the cosy Manor Bar, which offers a varied a la carte menu. 3-course meals can be enjoyed every Saturday at Old Oak Restaurant, with homemade food prepared by the hotels team of chefs.
Free car parking combined with efficient and friendly service, free internet access, this hotel is the ideal venue for celebrations, conferences and family getaways.
On arrival, any reservations guaranteed by credit card, will be asked for pre-authorisation for full payment plus any incidental charges. If guests wish to settle their bill in cash we will require this payment on arrival.
Please note that internet access is only available in certain rooms. If you require a room with internet access, please state this in the Special Requests box when booking. This will be subject to availability.
Please note that meals are served until 20:00 on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings and until 21:30 on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings.
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