“Ultra modern and built into the cliff using natural stone, slate and glass, with cascading terraces offering sensational sea views from public spaces, infinity pool and bedrooms alike. Expect flat-screen televisions, wall-hung fireplaces, sumptuous beds dressed in expensive tweed throws, luxurious bathrooms with stand-alone baths. Dining is exquisite and dramatic: reason alone to come, served in a spectacular glass-walled dining room with silver, Irish linen and heavy Waterford crystal. The stylish bar, candle-lit with heated terraces, mirrors the chilled vibe in the diminutive spa.”
Written by Sonja McGinn
"The hotel, where all rooms have sea views is a modern building in steel, glass, stone and turf roofs that match the flora of the Ardmore peninsula on which it sits."
Originally published by The Independent (view article)