Rosleague Manor

‘Mark Foyle, the owner, has seemingly endless enthusiasm for the Rosleague project. More

Contact details

Rosleague Manor
Letterfrack
Co. Galway
Ireland
00 353 95 41101
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Hotel information

Bedrooms

21. 2 on ground floor.

Open

mid-Mar–mid-Nov.

Facilities

2 drawing rooms, conservatory/bar, dining room, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), wedding facilities, 25-acre grounds (tennis), unsuitable for disabled.

Background music

none.

Children

all ages welcomed.

Dogs

‘well-behaved dogs‘ allowed.

Credit cards

MasterCard, Visa.

Prices

[2016] per person B&B €75–€115, D,B&B €95–€145. Set dinner €36–€50. 1-night bookings sometimes refused.

Other Credits

Good Hotel Guide Review

‘Mark Foyle, the owner, has seemingly endless enthusiasm for the Rosleague project. The energy he brings to it helps make it a very special place,’ say regular Guide correspondents this year, of this pink-washed Regency manor house on the shores of Ballinakill Bay. With open fires, historical paintings and ‘uniformly pleasant’ staff, the hotel has a ‘relaxed’, old-world atmosphere. ‘It somehow adapts to the mood of its guests: you can usually find convivial company if you want it, but you can sit quietly by a log and turf fire if you prefer.’ Spacious bedrooms and suites are decorated in traditional country-house style, many with antiques; all have views of lough, gardens or forest. In the dining room, chef Emmanuel Neu cooks with home-grown produce and locally sourced ingredients – Cleggan Bay crab, line-caught mackerel, Leenane mountain lamb. Seafood, particularly, is praised. ‘We had perfect plump scallops with cherry tomatoes and asparagus, hake with butter and capers, halibut with celeriac purée.’ Breakfast on ‘devilled kidneys and fresh fish alongside more conventional cooked dishes’. (Andrew Wardrop)

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Rosleague Manor
Letterfrack
Co. Galway

Guest comments

'Supremely comfortable in the unique Irishcountry house way. Mark Foyle runs the show in a hands-on and very sympathetic way. The dining room is a fine place to eat. ' - Esler Crawford - July, 2016
'Continues to offer comfortable accommodation and a relaxed atmosphere in a glorious setting. ' - Andrew Wardrop - May, 2015
'We watched other guests, like us, arrive looking frazzled and depart a few days later cheerful and refrheshed. A wonderfully relaxed and informal atmosphere. The energetic Mark Foyle and his team make it look effortless. Chef Emmanuel Neu serves enjoyable starters, high-quality meat and fish. Portions are well judged. Breakfast has fresh orange juice and fruit salad; home-baked bread, scones, etc, grills cooked to order and fish of the day. ' - AW - June, 2011

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Tourist attractions

  • Aran Islands

    Day trips available to a Gaelic-speaking, traditional area off the west coast of Ireland.

  • Galway Oyster Festival

    A long weekend of live music, street parties in the Latin Quarter and the World Oyster Opening Championships.

  • Galway Races

    The racecourse festival is in the last week of July each year, but there are regular meets throughout the racing season.