Connemara, County Galway
Formerly owned by Humanitarian Dick, a nineteenth century member of the British Parliament, this castle specialises in fly fishing with its beautiful Ballynahinch river running by.
Pony trekking, hill walking, cycling, golfing and shooting are all close at hand. Please contact reception who can organise pony trekking on the beach or contact the walking centre for guided walks through the Twelve Bens.
Connemara Coast Hotel
The hotel is located just 9.5km from Galway City.
With extensive grounds
that sweep right down to the shores of Galway Bay and panoramic views
across the Bay, the Burren and in the distance, the Aran Islands, this is
the ideal place for that special break.
have been especially equipped for disabled guests. Babies cots are
available on request.
A baby grand piano in The Gallery provides a soothing background to the dining experience.
There are also two great bars to choose from, Players Cocktail Bar or the Award Winning Traditional Pub "Sin Sceal Eile".
All of our guest bedrooms are tastefully decorated with views overlooking the gardens.
All meals are cooked to order and all our produce is sourced locally ensuring the freshest and finest quality at all times.
Our bar menu is available between the hours of 12noon and 7pm daily.
The menu is updated every couple of months with new appetizing dishes cooked to order.
Corrib Haven Guesthouse
Location: Corrib Haven's motto is quality hospitality for discerning people. AA Selected 4 diamond.
It is purpose built, located in Galway City on the N59 leading to Connemara. Convenient to city centre, good restaurants, nightly entertainment. 20 minutes drive from Galway Airport.
Situated close to NUI Galway and hospital.
Renvyle House Hotel
A romantic old country house, set in the wild splendour of Connemara, amid the
magical beauty of sea, lake and mountains.
Irish beef, Connemara lamb and game dishes
feature alongside seafood dishes using fresh fish caught daily off our shores.
During the day it has an award winning afternoon tea menu which includes fresh crabmeat sandwiches, chowder and hot scones with jam and cream.
Zetland Country House Hotel
Zetland Country House is situated overlooking Cashel Bay in the heart of
Connemara surrounded by acres of garden.
Three miles further on there is a right turn where you will see another signpost. Zetland Country House is situated on the right hand side 0.8 of a mile from there.
Nearest Airports: Galway - 1 hour. Shannon - 2.5 hours
The rooms feature a collection of specially commissioned contemporary Irish art.
The rooms are serviced by elevator and equipped with direct dial telephone,
cable television, safe and optional fax facilities.
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.