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Ballynahinch Castle Hotel Connemara
The tradition of hospitality at Ballynahinch Castle has long and strong foundations. The manor castle dates from the 18th century, upgraded in recent times to meet the needs of today’s informal but discerning clientêle. Beautiful rooms, including the luxury Riverside wing are tastefully and individually furnished. Many have special features such as 4 poster beds, walk through wardrobes and all enjoy excellent views of the river, mountains or both. In casual country elegance, a superb restaurant, fed by fresh home produce and locally caught fish is complimented by an attractive old world bar and open log fires. With 350 acres of exceptionally beautiful wooded grounds and walks, fishing rights on our own salmon river and lakes, 13,000 acres of prime woodcock shoot, tennis and cycling, the castle offers all the attractions of a large private estate. A championship golf course, sea fishing and horse riding are all within easy reach. Ballynahinch, the jewel in the crown of Connemara encompasses late 20th century comforts in a setting untouched by time. Two AA Rosettes. Recommended by Bridgestones Jameson Guide, Karen Brown and Fodors. A member of Manor House Hotels.
Lough Inagh Lodge Hotel Recess
Picture a deep quiet valley. A lake at your feet, a mountain behind you, a welcome ahead of you. The Lough Inagh Lodge is set snugly in the aptly named Recess of Connemara. By no means a small house, Lough Inagh Lodge is yet dwarfed by the magnificent scale of the landscape. It’s a charming country retreat with 12 tastefully appointed rooms, 5 of them furnished to deluxe standards. Originally a fishing lodge of the Berridge family, the hotel echoes that tradition in superb menus based on Connemara lamb, fish and seafood and other local produce. In addition to fishing, activities include pony trekking, hill climbing and walking; the hotel provides an excellent guide-book of recommended walks. If golf or sea sports are your abiding pleasure, they are within easy driving distance. A day spent in the bracing Connemara air is the perfect prelude to the pleasures of Lough Inagh’s excellent table, relaxing bar, sitting room, and its cosy library, honouring many of Ireland’s most famous literary figures. Lough Inagh peace - it’s a way of life. AA three star with two Rosettes for Cuisine. A member of Manor House Hotels.
Rock Glen Country House Hotel Clifden
Rock Glen is a charming country hotel, built in 1815, nestling between Connemara’s Twelve Pin mountains and Ardbear Bay. The landscapes and Atlantic seascapes are magnificent. Owners John and Evangeline Roche have lovingly preserved and expanded the property, creating a delightful hotel in the country house tradition. All bedrooms have been beautifully decorated and include the full range of modern facilities for convenience and comfort. The restaurant, well known for it’s excellent cuisine has earned three AA rosettes specialising in modern Irish cooking with a French/Asian influence. Leisure activities include an all weather tennis court, croquet lawn, putting green and snooker room. Close by is the championship Connemara 18 hole golf links, not to be missed! Horse riding, pony trekking and fishing can be arranged locally. There are miles of sandy beaches for safe swimming and boat trips to the Aran Islands and Inishbofin leave every day. Rock Glen is a perfect base for exploring the delights of Connemara’s National Park, Kylemore Abbey and Clifden’s many art galleries and craft shops. A warm welcome awaits at Rock Glen. Don’t miss it! Recommended by Karen Brown, Fodors and Michelin Charming Hotels. A member of Manor House Hotels.
Abbeyglen Castle Hotel Clifden
On the Sky Road ascending from Clifden, make a swift descent towards the sea to find yourself in the pleasant gardens of Abbeyglen Castle Hotel. Bulit in 1832, Abbeyglen is owned and operated by two generations of the Hughes family and is renowned for the quality of its cuisine and choice of accommodation. Abbeyglen has 18 superior rooms, many with four poster beds, jacuzzi and open fires. You can enjoy most indoor and outdoor pursuits from a range of facilities at Abbeyglen. From its commanding position overlooking the village of Clifden - at the head of a magnificent bay against the mountainous backdrop of the “Twelve Bens” - Abbeyglen Castle Hotel is the ideal base for touring Connemara, one of the loveliest parts of Ireland blessed with a natural beauty. When the day’s activities are over and Abbeyglen beckons, be assured your care and comfort will be in practiced hands with the added attraction of a friendly welcome, complimentary afternoon tea, gourmet cuisine, Steinway sounds and unrivalled atmosphere. AA Courtesy and Care Award 2002 and two AA Rosettes for Food. A member of Manor House Hotels.
Zetland Country House Hotel Connemara
Built in the early 1800’s Zetland Country House is situated overlooking Cashel Bay in the heart of Connemara surrounded by acres of garden. The House originally built as a sporting lodge derives its name from the Earl of Zetland, a regular guest and Lord Viceroy to Ireland in the last century. Antique furnishings and panoramic sea views have recreated the charm and elegance of those days combined with the sophisticated luxury expected by discerning guests. The cuisine, with an emphasis on local seafood, is second to none. Guests can enjoy the numerous walks in the area, which have been mapped and documented, outlining the areas of historical and geographical interest and the local wildlife. Tennis and snooker are available on the grounds. Local attractions include the Aran Islands, Inish Bofin Island, Kylemore Abbey, Roundstone’s sandy beaches and the Connemara National Park. Clifden, Galway, Roundstone and Westport are some of the towns and villages to visit. Local activities include golf, horseriding, game fishing, sea angling, hunting, cycling, guided walks and heritage tours. Zetland Country House is owned by Colm Redmond. The restaurant has two AA Rosettes. A member of Manor House Hotels.
Maol Reidh Hotel Connemara
Maol Reidh Hotel is a Three Star Hotel.This is a delightful family run hotel located in Renvyle, one of Irelands most beautiful seaside locations. With Twelve Bens, white sandy beaches, Connemara National Park and Kylemore Abbey close by this is an ideal location for touring Connemara. We offer Luxury en suite bedrooms and excellent food and service in our stylish restaurant. Connemara lamb and fresh local seafood are always on the menu. Hotel also boasts an economically priced bar food menu. Kind hospitality, excellent service & luxury accomodation are our priorities at Maol Reidh Hotel. Free wifi internet access to all guests.
Carna Bay Hotel Connemara
Carna Bay Hotel is located amidst the wild splendour of Connemara. Owned and managed by the Cloherty family, their friendly team will ensure your stay is a memorable one. Most of the well appointed rooms have sea or mountain views. Enjoy the best of fresh local seafood and Connemara lamb in their restaurant. Perfectly situated for exploring Connemara`s landscape of flora and fauna, unspoilt beaches, mountain ranges and the beautiful Western Way walking routes. Kylemore Abbey and Connemara National Park are a short driving distance from the hotel. lnishbofin and the Aran Ferries are only 40 minutes from the hotel. Walking and cycle trips can be arranged from the hotel and horse riding, fishing, pitch and putt and golf are all available locally. A member of Irish Country Hotels.
Peacockes Hotel Maam Cross
Welcome to Peacockes Hotel - an oasis of luxury amidst the rugged beauty of Connemara described as Europe's last great wilderness. If you are looking for a hotel in Connemara to stay, eat or drink why not book Peacockes Hotel. Peacockes Hotel is a 3 star hotel nestled in the shadows of Mount Leckavrea and surrounded by beautiful lakes. Peacockes Hotel is situated in Maam Cross, at the cross road leading to the four quarters of Connemara. The surrounding area of Co. Galway offers an abundance of activities for the outdoor enthusiast. Guests can partake in enjoyable activities including golf, angling, walking, horse riding, hiking or just savouring the beautiful Connemara scenery. Trips to the Aran Islands and Inishbofin Island are not too far away and both are an experience one must partake at least once.With a central location amongst all Connemara has to offer, Peacocke’s is the perfect County Galway hotel from which to enjoy the beauty of this rugged part of Ireland
Roundstone House Hotel Connemara
Roundstone House Hotel is ideally located in the heart of the lovely fishing village of Roundstone overlooking the breathtaking scenery of the bay and rugged Connemara landscape. This family run hotel offers a warm welcome and a friendly service. Many of the comfortable en suite rooms have fabulous sea views. Vaughans Restaurant renowned for it’s extensive range of fresh local seafood is an ideal place to dine after exploring the abundance of sights and activities Roundstone has to offer including fine unspoilt beaches and wild mountain ranges. Roundstone is a great location for sea angling, salmon fishing, extensive hill and coastal walking. There is also a championship golf course nearby. RAC recommended. A member of Irish Country Hotels.