Hotel Ballynahinch Castle Clifden
Located on 450 acre estate, this 40 bedroom 4 star hotel is overlooking the famous Ballynahinch River. The original house is over two hundred years old with the luxury river wing built in 1999. The hotel offers casual country elegance in a wonderful location. A member of Manor House Hotels.
Hotel Lough Inagh Lodge Clifden
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. Its 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 Inaghs excellent table, relaxing bar, sitting room, and its cosy library, honouring many of Irelands most famous literary figures. Lough Inagh peace - its a way of life. AA three star with two Rosettes for Cuisine.
Hotel Clifden Station House Clifden
The Clifden Station House is a modern hotel set around the old Clifden Railway Station. More than 60 years ago the last Steam Train departed from Clifden to Galway. Today the Railway Station, its Station House Platform and Engine House have been magnificently restored and transformed into The Clifden Station House and Courtyard. This unique hotel combines old brick and native oak, with quintessential Irish hospitality and all the facilities of a new International standard hotel.
Hotel Alcock & Brown Clifden
Alcock and Brown Hotel is family owned and operated. Situated in the centre of Clifden Village. Featuring Brownes Restaurant with AA rosette and 2 Rac ribbons for food and service. Ideal base for touring Connemara. Pursuits to be enjoyed are pony trekking golfing on Connemara Championship links course. Sea angling, guided heritage walks and mountain climbing. Numerous sandy beaches nearby.
Hotel Abbeyglen Castle Clifden
Perched hilltop above the Atlantic Ocean, the Abbeyglen Castle Hotel in Clifden makes for a stunning, castle hotel in Irelands western coast.Hotel FeaturesThe historic Abbeylgen Castle Hotel in Ireland, owned and operated by two generations of the Hughes family, offers charming accommodations and historical ambiance. The castle hotel sits majestically back from the road, an impressive structure built in 1832 by John dArcy, founder of Clifden. Following his death, the castle home was sold to the Irish Church Mission Society. The Hughes Family purchased the estate in 1962, revitalizing the historic building and its gardens to become the Abbeyglen Castle Hotel. The hotels interior is traditionally furnished, and the castle boasts an on-site restaurant with an extensive wine list, specializing in fresh local foods. Guestrooms offer central heat, direct-dial phones, coffee makers, and bathrooms with both tubs and showers.
Hotel Ardagh Clifden
The Ardagh Hotel is a small 20 room Hotel owner managed outside Clifden on the West coast of Ireland. Bedrooms are individually decorated wih private bathroom, TV and tea/coffee making facilities .
Our restaurant, with sea views, specialises in locally caught seafood including lobster and oysters. We have a fully licensed bar and three comfortable lounges, one with an open turf fire.
Free wifi available in the public areas and private parking.
Connemara Golf Links is close by as are the beaches. Horse riding also available in the area.
There is a wealth to see in Connemara including Kylemore Abbey,The Connemara National Park and the landing site of Alcock & Brown.