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Dromoland Castle Hotel
About Dromoland Castle Hotel
Dromoland Castle, one of finest castle hotels in Ireland, offers guests the experience of living like landed gentry, surrounded by luxury, beauty and service. The castle, a magnificent Renaissance structure built in the 16th Century, was once the royal seat of the O'Brien Clan. Refurbished and transformed into a luxury castle hotel in 1962, it retains priceless reminders of the castle's historic past. Splendid woodcarvings and stone statuary, hand-carved paneling and fine antique furnishings surround guests. On Dromoland Castle's 375 acre estate guests at this outstanding castle accommodation in Ireland can hunt, fish, ride horseback, or play golf, tennis and more.
Through the bedroom window of your exquisite castle hotel in Ireland, the grounds of the Dromoland Castle estate are spread magnificently before your eyes. Each guest room enjoys its own individual personality, blending period decoration with today's modern amenities. Dromoland Castle bedrooms give an uncommon degree of comfort to guests. Relax and reflect on the enjoyments of the day in the comfort of your room and perhaps call Room Service to deliver canapés and champagne before dinner.
Accommodation at Dromoland Castle Hotel
Dromoland Castle offers guests a wide range of leisure pursuits, most of which can be organized in advance right there in the Castle. On the castle estate, guests can enjoy superb golf, tennis, fishing, shooting and boating while Dromoland's beautiful gardens and secluded woodlands offer any number of opportunities for jogging, cycling or for a leisurely stroll.
- All rates are per person sharing, Full Irish Breakfast included
- Jacket & tie required for gentlemen after 7:00pm
We are back home (well almost; we are waiting for our connection from Vancouver to Victoria). We enjoyed our trip to Ireland, especially the west coast. The first night was unfortunate but it didn't spoil our trip. Staying at Loch Lein and driving round the Dingle peninsula was probably our favourite. We found everyone very friendly. We love Ireland.
Ann Kumar, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada