Screebe House is a historic sporting lodge set on the shore of Camus Bay within its own mature gardens. Lovingly restored in 2010, Screebe is one of Ireland’s finest Victorian country houses, offering unmatched tranquillity in a beautiful setting in Rosmuc, just 40 minutes from Galway City.
Guests may enjoy the best of Connemara at Screebe House, with glorious scenery, country and seaside walks, as well as superb hunting and fishing on-site. Guests may enjoy a revitalizing treatment in the exclusive Spa Lodge and relax in the sauna, and afterward, relax by the open fire in the living room overlooking Camus Bay. Dinner features the best of local and in-season produce, prepared to perfection.
All rooms are tastefully furnished with antique interiors and original period features, and boast underfloor heating in the bathrooms.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Free WiFi
- Daily housekeeping
- Shower/tub combination
- Private bathroom
The dining room at Screebe House is situated overlooking Camus Bay and offers spectacular views. Head chef, Pascal Marinot, uses only the freshest local ingredients with a focus on seafood and in-season organic produce.
We advise booking dinner as early as possible as we only sit 6 people in the restaurant every half hour and time slots fill up quickly. Dinner reservations are taken for every half hour between 6.30pm – 9.30pm. Please be aware that if you have reserved a bed and breakfast or room only rate then a table will be held for you in the restaurant up to a week prior to your arrival date.
On the Map: Connemara encompasses a large area northwest of Galway City in the west of Ireland. It is most easily accessed via the N59 road that loops around the region and connects the cities of Galway (to the southeast) & Westport (to the northeast).
Northwest of Galway lies the rocky, barren, but 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. Clifden, Connemara’s capital is well worth a visit and the scenic Sky Road drive just outside town should not be missed. From here travel north to see the exquisite neo-gothic Kylemore Abbey, nestled in a lush forest on the edge of Kylemore Lake. However long you spend in Connemara you will be constantly enchanted by the ever changing scenery of mountains and valleys, lakes and beaches and bays. This is Ireland’s big sky country.