Cashel House Hotel, Connemara

Want a place to escape from all the worries of the world? 
Few places I’ve stayed have met every need I could imagine. Cashel House offers everything-

“A perfect start on your venture on the Wild Atlantic Way, Cashel House Hotel overlooks the majestic Cashel Bay on the west coast of Ireland. Here a traditional welcome awaits guests in this classic country house retreat. Built in the 19th century this gracious country home was converted to a family run four star hotel in 1968 by the McEvilly family.

Situated in the heart of Connemara and nestling in the peaceful surroundings of 50 acres of gardens and woodland walks this little bit of paradise offers an ideal base from which to enjoy walking, beaches, sea and lake fishing, golf and horse riding.

Cashel House is located 8 miles from the beautiful fishing village of Roundstone, a beacon for artists and naturalists. The buzzy town of Clifden and nearby Kylemore Abbey & Gardens are less than 25 minutes drive from Cashel House. Cashel House is the ideal location for exploring the Aran Islands.

Cashel House Hotel is one of the founding members of ‘Ireland’s Blue Book’ [Irish Country Houses, Historic Hotels & Restaurants] and we welcome Blue Book Vouchers.

Each of the 30 bedrooms and suites are individually decorated and furnished with antiques presenting a charming chintzy country house style. Comfy sofas, turf and log fires combine to give a relaxing homely atmosphere. The elegant dining room is located in the conservatory overlooking the gardens and serves country house cooking at its best; including locally caught seafood, Connemara lamb along with freshly picked fruits and vegetables from Cashel’s own gardens.”

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