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Ashford Castle Hotel 
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Reception Seasonal Summer Bistro George V - dining area 
Prince of Wales Bar Corrib Room Corrib Lake View Room 
Corrib Lake View Room Deluxe Room Deluxe Queen Room 
Deluxe Lake View Room Suite Suite - bathroom 
Gym Pool Cinema 
Ashford Castle
General Description

PREFERRED PARTNER - Ashford Castle's sweeping view across Lough Corrib stretches out from its shoreline vantage point with 700 years and 350 acres of private woodland. Following a tradition passed down through the centuries, enjoy a leisurely brunch or candlelit dinner in the comfort of your own accommodation. The hotel features a variety of dining & drinking venues, individually decorated accommodations with custom-made fabrics and original artwork, a cinema and a host of country sports. The spa offers a variety of health and beauty treatments including aroma stone massages, an invigorating body polish, hydrating treatments, detoxifying wraps, facials, tanning, waxing, manicures, make-up and special treatments for pregnant women. The 13th-century DeBurgos Castle and original Ashford House (1715) offer fishing, hunting, archery, shooting, horseback riding, billiards, falconry, horse-drawn carriage rides, pony rides for children, golf, tennis, cycling trails, kayaking and more.

Room Facilities
Internet Access
Air Conditioning
Internet Access WiFi
Iron / Ironing Board
Pay Per Movies
Temperature Control for Heat
Turn Down Service
Location Map
Hotel Facilities
24 hour Front Desk
Air Conditioning
Babysitting Services
Breakfast Room
Business Center
Conference Rooms
Dry Cleaning
Fitness Center
Game Room
Gift Shop
Internet Access in Lobby WiFi (free)
Laundry Facilities
Porter/Bell Hop
Room Service 24 Hours
Safe at Front Desk
Small Pets Allowed
Tennis Court
Wine Cellar
Hotel Description
Guest Rooms:

Guest rooms wonderfully combine modern luxuries with the castle's original features including unique works of art, select antique furniture, custom-made beds, sumptuous fabrics, feature lighting and custom-made carpets. No triple rooms for three adults are available. Twin rooms are equipped with two single beds dressed individually on one mattress base.
Corrib Rooms have either one king bed or two twin beds, an electronic safe, electronic blinds and a view of the River Cong.
Corrib Lake View Rooms have either one king bed or two twin beds and a lake view.
Deluxe Rooms have either one king bed or two twin beds, a separate sitting area, a writing desk and a chandelier. Interconnecting rooms are available. One child can be accommodated with a sofa bed.
Deluxe Lake View Rooms have either one king bed or two twin beds, a view of Lough Corrib and feature wonderful antiques. One child can be accommodated with a sofabed. Two children will be accommodated in family rooms with two queen beds.


Galway Airport: 29 miles Connemara Airport: 37 miles Ireland West Airport Knock: 43 miles Claremorris Train Station: 23 miles Galway Train Station: 29 miles Westport Train Station: 29 miles Nearby places of interest:

  • Church of Ireland - 0.3 mile
  • Cong Abbey - 0.3 miles
  • Guinness Tower - 0.5 mile
  • The Monk’s Fishing House - 0.6 mile
  • St John the Baptist Church - 6 miles
  • Friary of Ross - 14 miles
  • Cnoc Meadha Ruins - 22 miles
  • Glengowla Mines - 27 miles
  • St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church - 29 miles
  • Galway City Museum - 29 miles
  • Galway Cathedral - 29 miles
  • Galway Atlantaquaria National Aquarium - 30 miles
  • Oranmore Castle - 32 miles
  • Connemara National Park - 35 miles
  • Restaurants:

    George V Dining Room offers fine dining in a grandeur atmosphere. Guests can enjoy classic, Irish cuisine and a selection of fine wines amid Waterford Crystal chandeliers and soft piano music. A dinner jacket is required (and a tie requested) for men. Open daily for breakfast (8am-10am) and dinner (7pm-9:30pm).
    Connaught Room offers afternoon tea with homemade pastries, cupcakes (decorated with hand-picked wild flowers from the garden), warm scones with thick cream and homemade jam, finger sandwiches and a wide variety of teas. Guests can enjoy the magnificent views across the gardens and Lough Corrib. Champagne Afternoon Tea is available on request. Open in the afternoon (1:30pm, 2:00pm, 3:30pm and 4:00pm). Private dining is available on request.
    Cullen's at the Dungeon Dining Room offers casual dining in a unique setting beneath the historic, curved-stone ceiling. Guests can enjoy a bistro-style menu featuring traditional, Irish cuisine. The dungeon is located on the lower ground floor of the castle. Open for dinner (6:30pm-9:30pm).
    Drawing Room serves drinks and has a light bar menu. Guests can enjoy the lovely view across the manicured lawns and the Lough Corrib. Open for drinks (all day) and lunch (11:00am-5:30pm).
    Prince of Wales Cocktail Bar serves a variety of beverages including a full selection of cocktails, liqueurs and brandies. Open daily from 11:00am until late.

    Dining Options Off Castle Property:
    Cullen's at the Cottage Dining Room offers casual dining in a traditional, thatched cottage. Guests can enjoy local and international dishes. The cottage is located outside the castle, a short walk over the bridge. Open in the summer for dinner (6:30pm-9:30pm).
    Wilde's at the Lodge serves contemporary, Irish cuisine including Irish beef, lamb, fish and fresh seafood. Located at our sister property about a 20-minute walk from the castle. Open Wednesday through Sunday for dinner (6:30pm-9:00pm) and Sunday for lunch (1:00pm-3:30pm).

    * All airline related taxes and fuel surcharges are included. Prices are per person, based on double occupancy, and are subject to change prior to purchase. Some foreign authorities require fees at arrival or departure that must be collected directly from the passengers at the airport. Airline-imposed baggage fees may apply and be due at the airport; please consult your airline prior to departure for the latest fees.

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