Feb 1 - Feb 2
The grounds were spectacular. We were thinking we were in Gallway, but no where close. That was our mistake. The restaurant was very good. Breakfast was hearty and the service was great everywhere. Fly fishing guides are available and the river was nice!!! Great trails on the property.
Feb 1 - Feb 2
This is a great hotel. Staff were very freindly and helpful. The building, bedroom, and bathroom were clean and tidy. Great views from my bedroom/bathroom windows; looked out to a small waterfall. The area is also nice to walk through and meet the freindly locals. Great tourist location.
We had a wonderful time staying at Lough Inagh. The location is mesmorizing --you are literally right at the footsteps of the Lough, with dramatic mountain views. There is basically nothing else around, which adds to the mystique and the "holed away" feeling. The lodge is a wonderful old building ...
Hotels in Connemara start at $178 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
If you are planning on trekking through Galway and get struck by the urge to experience what there is to offer in Connemara, you would do well to book in advance through Travelocity's hotels page to ensure you find the best possible place to base your trip. You'll find 2 hotels and apartments within an easy commute to Connemara that should be right for you.
When you hope to stay not far from the center of Connemara, the Cashel House Hotel is an ideal Travelocity-listed hotel.
The Ballynahinch Castle Hotel is 4 miles (6 kilometers) outside the middle of Connemara. Another option is the Renvyle House Hotel, which is located about 14 miles (22 kilometers) away. Another possibility is to book the Delphi Resort or the Abbeyglen Castle Hotel.
Once you and your family have spent time in Connemara, how about you explore a bit more of the area? The Ireland West region is home to lots of things to check out. Investigate Ireland West's ruins. Anyone with a passion for nature can also put aside some time to relish the region's beaches. Wise visitors in this section of Ireland often love mountain biking.
Galway City Centre is 35 miles (52 kilometers) to the east of Connemara and is where you'll find Kirwan's Lane and Claddagh Ring Museum. The Jameson Court Self Catering Apartments and The g Hotel & Spa are a handful of the convenient short and long-stay options in Galway City Centre. Or stay in Clifden, 10 miles (15 kilometers) to the west of Connemara, where you have the options of the The Ardagh Hotel & Restaurant and Clifden Station House. When you visit Clifden, you might like to visit the Alcock and Brown Memorial and Dan O'Hara's Connemara Heritage and History Centre.
Carnmore Airport is a primary entry point for those flying in and out of Connemara. It can be found 35 miles (58 kilometers) from the downtown area. For modern travelers who have plans to find a base nearby, check out Oranhill Lodge B&B or Claregalway Hotel.