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Kilronan Castle Estate and Spa

Ballyfarnon, Co Roscommon
aaicon Hotel 80 %

Located on the shores of Lough Meelagh, this recently restored Gothic revival castle dates from the early 19th century. It is set in almost 50 acres of rolling park and woodland. Great care has been taken in its restoration, with many of the fine bedrooms and suites in the adjoining sympathetically built modern block. The Drawing Room is now a cosy lounge serving food throughout the day. The highlight however is dinner in the Douglas Hyde Restaurant, where the friendly professional team go to great lengths to offer fine food in elegant surroundings. Food style is very much based on the seasons and the use of locally sourced ingredients where possible. The impressive Spa has a wide range of treatments on offer. There is also a leisure centre together with a wonderful events centre accessed, by a tunnel from the main building.

Information

Tel:071 9618000
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Facilities

  • Parking: 300 open
  • Children welcome
  • Passenger lift
  • Night porter
  • Fully air conditioned
  • Wi-fi

Leisure facilities

  • Gym
  • Indoor swimming pool
  • Live entertainment

Bedrooms

  • En-suite rooms: 84
  • Rooms with four-poster beds: 8
  • Family rooms: 9
  • Freeview TV available
  • Tea/coffee making
  • No dogs allowed except guide dogs

Directions

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M4 to N4, exit R299 towards R207 Droim ar Snámh/Drumsna/Droim. Exit R207 for R280, turn left Keadue Road R284

Nearest station: Carrick on Shannon

Nearest motorway: N4

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