General DescriptionPREFERRED PARTNER - The castle, a magnificent Renaissance structure built in the 16th century, was refurbished and transformed into a luxury hotel in 1962. Splendid woodcarvings and stone statuary, hand-carved panelling and fine antique furnishings surround guests. On the 375-acre estate, guests can hunt, fish, ride horseback, golf, play tennis and more.
24 Hour Front Desk
Car Rental Desk
Parking Free of Charge
Room Service Limited Hours
Queen Anne Rooms are located in an area of the castle that dates back to 1736. Which is over a century older than the rest of the castle. The rooms overlook the enclosed Queen Anne Courtyard and come with either two single beds or one king bed.
Deluxe Rooms overlook the lake and gardens. Deluxe rooms are located throughout the castle and come with either two double beds or one king bed.
Executive Deluxe Rooms are decorated with a fusion of both classical and contemporary décor. The rooms come with either two double bed or one king bed.
Staterooms are located in the original castle walls. Each room is unique in design and has its own private dining area. Rooms come with either two double beds or one king bed.
Executive Staterooms come with their own private sitting room, marbled bathrooms, and elegant décor.
Location: Shannon Airport:
Ennis Bus and Train Station:
Colbert Train Station:
Nearby places of interest:Lily Pond – 0.8 mileQuin Abbey – 4.9 milesKnapogue Castle – 7.4 milesKillone Abbey – 7.7 milesClare Museum – 7.7 milesEnnis Friary – 8.8 milesCraggaunowen Castle – 10.1 milesBunratty Castle & Folk Park – 10.5 milesSaint Mary’s Cathedral – 19.5 milesLimerick Racecourse – 25.2 milesCliffs of Moher – 32.8 miles
The Earl of Thomond Restaurant provides an elegant yet relaxed eating experience. The food is locally sourced and the wine list is masterfully composed to compliment the restaurant’s menu. Smart Dress required (Jacket for men, no denim or casual attire).
The Fig Tree Restaurant is located in the Golf & Country Club. It serves a different array of dishes to please all sorts of palates.
Drawing Room formally used for visitor entertainment during the O’Brien era. The drawing room can be reserved for private functions.
The Gallery offer casual dining by the fire. It serves light meals and is perfect for morning coffee or a casual dinner.