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Preferred Hotels in South West Ireland

Dromoland Castle

Dromoland offers guests a unique experience of staying in a historic castle whilst offering modern luxury and style. As one of Ireland’s finest castle hotels, tranquil lake views and slow-burning log fires set the tone for this enchanted place. The castle’s magnificent renaissance structure was built in the 16th century by the Clan O’Brien, high kings in Ireland in the 10th & 11th centuries. Dromoland Castle remained the ancestral home of the O’Briens until 1962 when the castle was converted into a hotel. The continuous investment since then has helped it to become one of the most luxurious resort hotels in Europe, having been awarded five red AA stars.

Dining at Dromoland is probably the finest silver service dining experience in Ireland at present with in the Earl of Thomond restaurant. Combining a wealth of fresh, locally sourced produce with an extensive selection of a la carte, gastronomic and daily table d'hôte menus, there is something for everyone.

There are many options open to you for relaxation, whether you choose to stroll the rustic leafy paths around the estate, recuperate at the Spa or just curl up with a good book by the log fire. More vigorous activities on offer include horse riding, shooting and fishing. The recently revamped golf course has had a €5 million Euro facelift creating a championship course that reflects the 5-star excellence of the entire estate.

 
 
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