Rooms & Amenities
Shelburne Lodge count ten bedrooms overlooking the lovely garden, which includes a grass tennis court. Each guest will be delighted by the charm of their bedroom, furnished with antiques old wooden floors and decorated with Irish contemporary art. Guests can also relax in the drawing room, enjoying one of the many books available nearby the fireplace. Others can stroll in the large garden surrounding the georgian house.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Broadband Wi-Fi
- Broadband Wi-Fi (No Charge)
- En suite Bathroom
- Alarm Clock
- Full Irish Breakfast Each Morning
- Family friendly
- Children's baby sitting arranged
- No-smokers rooms
Your hosts at Shelburne Lodge, Maura Foley, is a rewarded chef and will take great pleasure providing guests with sumptuous Full Irish Breakfast each morning. A 'Full Irish Breakfast' typically consists of bacon (rashers!), sausages, black & white pudding, eggs, toast, tea or coffee. Fish is also served for breakfast, like the fresh and perfectly cooked Dover sole prepared with with scrambled egg and lemon. For those who prefer classical breakfast or may not wish to start their day with too, a selection of cereals, fruit & juices are also available.
The house isn't large enough to have it's own restaurant but it is related to the family restaurant Packies situated in town, among many others restaurants, which offers delicious treats and wonderful food. The bar and bistro The Purple Heather, situated on Henry Street, opened in 1961 by Maura and her mother Agnes and is currently owned by Maura's sisters, Gráinne. The restaurant will delight guests with salads, seafoods soup, fresh sandwiches and many others dishes served all day long.