The historical Abbeyglen Castle welcomes you with open arms & luxury accommodation. Its warmly lit entrance hall and crackling open fires make guests feel instantly at home. The wonderful location of this hotel in the spectacular Connemara region, allows guests to explore local villages and tour the glorious countryside. The hotel is located on its own private grounds, where it is surrounded by trees and hills. With spectacular views of the Twelve Bens Mountains as well as views to the sea, it is still only a 10 minute walk from the castle to the bustling village of Clifden, where you can enjoy fantastic shopping, lively little pubs and meet friendly locals.
Abbeyglen provides beautiful and stylish accommodation. Each bedroom has a classic feel and its own unique character. Most Superior Rooms have four poster beds, open fires or jacuzzis.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Multi-Channel TV
- DVD Player
- Iron & Trouser Press
- Tea & Coffee Making Facilities
- Complimentary Toiletries
The Castle Restaurant:
Abbeyglen Castle has been awarded two Rosettes from the AA for its gourmet food, and offers the very best local seafood, live lobster, fresh catch of the day and delicious Connemara lamb. Relax, sit back and enjoy live music, friendly staff and beautiful views. The hotel provides A La Carte and extensive Table d’Hôte menus, which change daily.
Chefs at Abbeyglen Castle are more than happy to accommodate any special dietary requirements you may have. Tuesday night at the Castle is Irish night. An Irish menu, written in Gaelic and serving a number of traditional dishes is provided on this night. This is accompanied by a wonderful evening of traditional Irish music and song.
On The Map: Clifden is located on Ireland’s west coast in the Connemara Region of County Galway. Clifden is reached via the N59 road from Galway to the southeast, and Westport to the northeast.
Northwest of Galway City leads you through the rocky, barren, and breathtakingly stunning region of Connemara. This area is one of the few remaining in Ireland where the native tongue (Gaeilge) is still fluently spoken as a first language. Stop off in the fishing village of Roundstone, where currachs, old style featherweight rowing boats are still in everyday use. The village also boasts an impressive crafts complex, selling everything from teapots and sweaters to traditional Irish music instruments. Finally arrive in the quaint and beautiful town of Clifden, Connemara’s capital. From here travel north to see the exquisite neo-gothic Kylemore Abbey, nestled in a lush forest on the edge of Kylemore Lake. This abbey is the only one in Ireland that is run entirely by nuns.