Kilronan Castle Hotel

Kilronan Castle Ireland is the ancestral home of the Tennison family and the legendary Colonel King Tennison. It is one of a few Irish Castle Estates that can trace its history back to royal families. This secluded castle hotel in Roscommon is majestically set on the shores of Lough Meelagh, surrounded by over forty acres of breathtaking Irish scenery, lush green pastures, ancient forests and historical points of interest. Approached by a meandering drive that passes acres of magnificent Roscommon lawns, the hotel overlooks a glistening lake which commands the panoramic beauty of the surrounds. The hotel’s World Class Spa & Leisure Centre is now open. Relax and unwind in the pool, or be pampered with a luxurious spa treatments.

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The commitment at Kilronan Castle is to provide the highest level of luxury, comfort and service. One step inside Kilronan Luxury Castle Hotel Ireland and you are at home – let the enjoyment of old world elegance with modern day comforts commence! Staff are warm and friendly, and will see to your every need – indeed, everything has been designed with your desires in mind. Kilronan Castle Roscommon is proud to have been included in Lucinda O Sullivans Little Black Book of Great Places to Stay & Eat for 2010. Guestrooms are classically furnished, with beautiful antique furniture, yet offer modern facilities to compliment the old world style of Kilronan Castle Hotel In Ireland.

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The Douglas Hyde Restaurant:

Named after the first President of Ireland, who was born in Castlerea, County Roscommon, the restaurant offers an elegant, fine-dining experience which is unique in the region. With research and tasting of local fresh produce, our Head Chef Rory Gabriel, who has received many accolades for his culinary expertise, has created a series of Table d’Hote and A la Carte menus which use suppliers from Roscommon and the surrounding counties.

The Drawing Room:

The Drawing Room is the main castle reception room and is worthy of its name. It features a bay window with uninterrupted views of Lough Meelagh and is a wonderful area in which to relax by the enormous Inglenook fireplace, itself a renowned architectural feature of Kilronan Castle Hotel in Ireland. Traditional Afternoon Tea is served daily here which includes a selection of delicacies baked in our kitchen.

Roscommon Town

The name Roscommon is derived from Coman mac Faelchon who built a monastery there in the 5th century. The woods near the monastery became known as Saint Coman’s Wood (Ros Comáin). This was later anglicised to Roscommon. The town is the location of a notable archaeological find in 1945 when a lunula, a gold necklace, and two discs were discovered. Both items are dated to the period 2,300 and 1,800 BC. The impressive ruins of Roscommon castle are located on a hillside just outside the town. It was the homeland of The Connachta dynasty, and included such kingdoms as Uí Maine, Delbhna Nuadat, Síol Muirdeach, and Moylurg. In addition, it contained areas known as Trícha cét’s, Túath and is the homeland of surnames such as Ó Conchobhair (O’Connor), Mac Diarmada (McDermott), Ó Ceallaigh (Kelly), Ó Birn (Beirne, Byrne, Burns), Mac Donnchadha (McDonough) and Brennan (Mac Branáin and Ó Branáin).