We stayed here for a few nights to explore the area , especially the Connemara national park. This hotel surpassed our expectations. There were two restaurants to eat at and both were superb. The hotel staff were all professional. There were even boots and raincoats and umbrellas available for loan to guests of the hotel and this was great for us because that preserved our own footwear . I would say that this place was definitely the highlight of our trip to Ireland !
Traveller from burlington, on
Situated on the riverwalk, this eco-friendly hotel is 3 mi (4.8 km) from Dan O'Hara's Connemara Heritage and History Centre …More
Our room on the 2nd floor was quiet. Cozy even though it was spacious. The bed was super comfortable. Down at the far end of the hall, we didn't get consistent wifi signals, but that was a nice break from the digital world too. This was the best place we stayed in during our 8 days in Ireland and we'd definitely come back here.
Traveller from London, England
Situated in Westport, this hotel is 0.5 mi (0.8 km) from Westport House and within 3 mi (5 km) of Clew Bay Archaeological …More
Home to rugged mountain peaks, a multitude of lakes, and sandy beaches, Connemara is the name given to the western portion of County Galway, which lies between the Lough Corrib and the Atlantic, and is not always marked on maps. Most tourists come to Connemara to experience nature and see how the landscape has inspired painters and writers throughout time.