Avoid. In Jan, I scheduled an 18 day trip to occur in Aug (for this hotel, I made a non-refundable reservation because who expected COVID?). Then COVID struck. My airfare was cancelled and the government required self-quarantine for 14 days, so even if I magically teleported into Ireland from the US, I could not have legally used this reservation. I communicated this to the hotel on at least 5 different occasions, to be ignored/rebuffed each time that it would not refund me or provide a credit. In my opinion, this hotel does not honor the concept of good faith, fair dealing, common sense, or "force majeure" events. I made a reservation in good faith in Jan, and due to events outside my control, was legally/logistically unable to utilize my reservation. This hotel was clearly more concerned with taking my $122 instead of providing acceptable customer service and honoring good faith and fair dealing. Every other hotel on my trip provided me with refunds or credits for my non-refundable reservations, so it was clearly possible; it was a personal choice to pocket my money without providing me the service that it bargained to provide. I feel cheated, mistreated, and taken advantage of. I did everything I could within my power and the hotel preferred to profit from my $122. To the hotel I say, I hope that $122 was worth it. If my review can spare future visitors from suffering this same fate from your establishment, than it was well-worth exposing the truth.