Good Hotel Guide Review
Cast your net in Lough Inagh – land a fishing spot with history. ‘Lovely’ and ‘peaceful’, this 19th-century fishing lodge has been owned by the O’Connor family since 1989. Its ‘spectacular’ position, surrounded by mountain ranges on all sides, is bested only by the river beats – book a day out on one of the hotel’s boats, accompanied by an experienced ghillie. Back on land, relax in the sitting room over tea and a newspaper, surrounded by antiques, old photographs and interesting knick-knacks; open log fires burn in cool weather. At dinner, chef Martina Linnane cooks ‘Irish food with French flair’, focusing on seafood and Connemara produce; simpler dishes are available in the oak-panelled bar. Retire to one of the traditionally furnished bedrooms afterwards, and wake to morning views of Lough Inagh and the Twelve Bens mountains. Sitting room, bar, library, dining room. Free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview). No background music. Wedding facilities. 14-acre grounds. Children (cots, high chairs, special menus) and dogs (must be on lead in grounds) welcomed. 13 bedrooms (4 on ground floor). Per room B&B €155–€220, D,B&B €250–€320. Closed Christmas–Feb.
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