Osprey Hotel

Devoy Quarter

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    A Great Find - Truly Enjoyable

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    A friend booked the Osprey for me and I must say I was absolutely delighted with her choice.

    We arrived tired after a gruelling work day in Dublin and the welcome we received from the reception staff could not have been nicer. When they informed me that they had upgraded our room I was overjoyed.

    The room was on the top floor, room 301, and was just gorgeous. When you think that this is a four star and not a five star hotel you get far more than you expect for your money. They room was spacious with a very interesting design making the best use of attic hipped roof space, a circular wall that secreted a wonderful snail shaped shower, and plenty of both sitting space and work space.

    The bathroom was wonderful with a huge free standing tub, double sinks, and lots of little alcoves which held big fluffy towels, toiletries, and anything else you might think of to want in your bathroom.

    The views from the windows of our room included the terrace below and fountains trickling into waterfalls which fell to tiered ponds below.

    The restaurant and bar deserve seperate tips as it would not be possible to justify them in this single tip.

    The spa is divine - one of the largest in Europe and with facilities that you will not find in most spas. These include a spacious snow room, salt steam room, salt foot baths, etc. The only place I have seen a spa that comes close to it in facilities is at the Abama in Tenerife. Unfortunately I didn't have time to indulge the facilities of th spa, so brief was this visit, but next time I will be sure to make time for it. However, the guided tour we got from one of the spa coaches was superb.

    Unique Quality: This is a wonderful hotel in every way, but above all it is superior for the level of service one gets from a very indulgent staff.

    I urge you to stay here - it's one place that is likely to exceed your expectations.

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Definitely up there with the best

by SabrinaSummerville about MASH

MASH is the name given to the really first class restaurant of the Osprey hotel in Naas. It is so far away from the staple hotel food diet of egg mayonnaise and roast turkey & ham that it deserves special attention.

Ask for a window seat, as these are definitely the best, arranged as they are around a semi circular window that overlooks the floodlit fountains and pond in the hotel grounds. At night this is simply magical.

We started with an amuse bouche of a slice of curried chicked tortilla served on a bed of finely diced onion and potato. Very tatsy indeed.

My starter was my favourite dish of this meal - three large juicy scallops served in a shell with a cointreau and garlic cream sauce and piped creamy mashed potatoes. It was so lucious that it would in itself have made a fine main course.

Speaking of which, my main course was the confit of duck leg and breast of barbary duck with poached fig.

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Address: Devoy Quarter