Over 65'S 2 Night Dinner Bed & Breakfast
Our over 65’s offers are for 2,3 or 4 nights Bed & Full Irish Breakfast with Evening meals each night. For our over 65’s guests, Valet parking (if required at an additional charge ) and complimentary tea/coffee & scones.
The team at The Hardiman have endeavored to identify what will be important to the Over 65’s Market in the decision-making process in choosing a breakaway and with this in mind, we looked at the elements of our service and what aspects of our offer could we provide to encourage in making that trip.
As with every other potential guest we recognised that primarily it will be to ensure they feel secure and safe, notwithstanding the new guidelines, that our levels of personal service and hospitality experience were unaffected, and of course that our offer delivered on the product to value perception.
We are delighted to announce the following steps we are putting into place.
Complimentary Midweek Activities
The Hardiman will be offering the following activities that will take place within the hotel, minimum numbers for the activities will be required throughout the week. We encourage our guests to come along, experience and enjoy the selection of activities including Wine tasting, Gin Tasting, Bingo etc (Group bookings only)
Valet Parking Service
Available upon request, This is an element of our service offer that we felt important to have for our +65’s. Our team would obviously guarantee the highest standards of hygiene and ensure that all Covid 19 safety procedures were in place. Our intent at this time is that this will really only be something we offer to the +65’s and of course our guests with limited mobility, additional fee of €15 required.
Complimentary Tea, Coffee, Homemade Scone
Again, who doesn’t love or need a cup of tea and a scone after a journey. Offering a complimentary cup of tea or coffee and scone to enjoy when you arrive.
Accessibly transport to Hotel
The back door opens onto the bus and train station. You can literally walk in off the platform to The Hardiman.