In a stunning location in Connemara and on the Wild Atlantic, Renvyle House Hotel is a real escape.
Special Offer – Renvyle House Reopens
Renvyle House reopens in 4 February to guests. It is spectacularly located on a 150-acre estate on the shores of the Wild Atlantic Way in Connemara, Co. Galway.
The grounds include a private freshwater lake for fishing and boating, a beach, woodlands and garden. There are numerous activities on site including tennis, croquet, outdoor heated swimming pool, Canadian hot-tub, canoeing and shore angling. It is a unique location with walks on the beach and and ideal base for exploring the Wild Atlantic Way.
The award-winning restaurant is known for great seafood and local produce. The hotel has comfortable bedrooms, nooks to read a book and a pub with great atmosphere. At Renvyle the only stress is on relaxation.
Explore the Wild Atlantic Way from Renvyle House
Over several centuries, Renvyle House has been built, pulled down, rebuilt, burned to ashes and rebuilt once again. A Chieftain of one of the oldest and most powerful Gaelic clans in Connacht once lived here. It was also the home of poet, statesman and surgeon Oliver St. John Gogarty (Buck Mulligan Of James Joyce’s “Ulysses”) and, since becoming a country house hotel in 1883, Renvyle House has played host to many famous people – Augustus John, Lady Gregory, Yeats and Churchill among them.
It is an ideal base for exploring some of the viewpoints of the Wild Atlantic Way. Three nights, dinner, bed and breakfast for two from €670, see Renvyle and +353 95 46100.