Superb and beautiful boutique hotel/B&B in the most magnificent surroundings. Peacefully situated in a forest by the seaside, you drive in through small forest of old elm, oaks and rhododendron and as you see the house the fjord opens up to your right and you can see Diamond Hill in the the not so far distance. This is also the view you have from the romantic and dining hall as you enjoy the best of breakfast or a wonderful five or three course dinner. The hotel is elegant and stylish but still cozy with a relaxed athmosphere. The kitchen is superb (our initial plan to eat in Clifden on the second night was impossible to follow after having had the first dinner..) and the service by all staff kind and attentive. We had the largest family room and that gave us plenty of space not only to sleep in comfy beds or enjoy the large bathroom, but also to sit and read, relativt and talk in the room - even for a family of four with two teenagers. We were all very grateful that we were able to spent not only one but two nights - this is a place that deserves you staying some time to fully enjoy the beauty and tranquility. The area has plenty of possibilities: we visited Clifden for lunch one day and drove the different "loops" of the Wild Atclantic Sea Way which is really astonishing, even in rain and wind! The second day all clouds had passed and the owner of Rosleague Manor strongly advised us to take advantage of the wonderful weather and walk up Diamond Hill, a 450 m top in the Connemara National Park only 10 min drive from the hotel. What a great advise - we had the most fantastic view all the way to the top. You can even see beautiful Kylemore Castle from the top as it is also "just around the corner" from the hotel - another fairytale to experience while you are in the area. We would have loved to be able to stay longer; there was still a lot to see in the area and untried breakfast delights... Not least would we have loved to stay and play and walk more with Tyson, the sweetest and smartest of dogs. He was enthusiastically fetching any stick that could be found and thrown along the way. He even convinced our two daughters to swim with him in the sea even if it was October and the temperature a freezing 12-13 degrees.. We envy anyone able to visit Connemara and Rosleague Manor
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- Rosleague Manor Letterfrack
- Hotel Rosleague Manor