9. 4 on ground floor.
Drawing room, library, restaurant (closed Sun, Mon), free Wi-Fi, computer provided, in-room TV (Sky), 15-acre grounds, drying room.
In restaurant at mealtimes.
All ages welcomed.
All major cards accepted.
Per room B&B from €165, D,B&B from €185.
Good Hotel Guide Review
Take in ‘great Atlantic views’ from Antoin O’Looney’s ‘fabulously located’ 19th-century house standing in large grounds above Lahinch Bay. Sympathetically restored with much personality, the small hotel is ‘hospitably run’ with a country house feel. Handcrafted furnishings lend charm and warmth to the comfortable bedrooms. Each room is different – one has a turf-burning fireplace, another a canopy bed. A neat, modern suite has its own conservatory lounge with panoramic ocean views. Settle before the fire with a drink from the honesty bar, then sample the ‘excellent’ daily-changing menu of home-grown produce and locally landed seafood. Extraordinary walks from the front door: a path leads from the lawns through woodland and on to the stony beach. Breakfast brings home-made bread and granola. 2 miles outside Lahinch; golf course nearby.
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