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The Lodge at Ashford Castle

Sitting within the magnificent 350 acre estate of Ashford Castle,  The Lodge at Ashford Castle overlooks magical Lough Corrib. Originally constructed in 1865, the Lodge is now part of the award winning Red Carnation Hotel Collection, offering mellow country house hospitality and exuding classic refinement with modern appeal. Guestrooms are individually designed, beautifully furnished, generously proportioned and equipped with the latest technology for your utmost comfort. You’ll enjoy rich deep pile carpets, super king beds with goose down duvets and pillows, chic modern furniture and the latest flat screen technology. Traditional sash windows allow you to breathe the pure air for which the West of Ireland is famed and all of the bathrooms boast underfloor heating, extra soft towels and luxury toiletries. Enjoy fine dining at Wilde's Restaurant, a wealth of activities on the Ashford Estate, and complimentary WiFi internet access throughout the property.

Rooms & Amenities

Guestrooms at The Lodge at Ashford Castle are individually designed, beautifully furnished, generously proportioned and equipped with the latest technology for your utmost comfort. You’ll enjoy rich deep pile carpets, super king beds with goose down duvets and pillows, chic modern furniture and the latest flat screen technology. Traditional sash windows allow you to breathe the pure air for which the West of Ireland is famed and all of the bathrooms boast underfloor heating, extra soft towels and luxury toiletries. All Guestrooms Feature:
  • Complimentary WiFi Internet
  • LCD TV
  • Complimentary DVDs
  • Duck Feather Pillows and Duvets
  • Luxury Towels and 400 Thread-Count Egyptian Cotton Linen
  • Handmade Soap Company Toiletries
  • Plush Bathrobes and Slippers
  • 24-Hour In-Room Dining
  • Bottled Mineral Water
  • Hairdryer
  • Iron & Ironing Board
  • Electronic Safe
 

Dining

Wilde's at The Lodge: Discover Wilde’s Restaurant at The Lodge at Ashford Castle, serving fine contemporary Irish cuisine in a stunning setting. Under the inspired direction of Jonathan Keane, recently described as “one of the country’s most exciting chefs” and with many award nominations to his name, it has become a popular destination not just for local foodies but visitors from afar. Jonathan creates a variety of delicious dishes that showcase the unique flavours and textures of the finest local produce, from succulent Irish beef and lamb to fish and seafood fresh from the waters of Galway Bay and the Connemara coastline. The Quay Bar and Brasserie: The Quay Bar and Brasserie is the perfect environment in which to sit back, admire the sweeping views of Lough Corrib, sip on a drink or enjoy a delicious meal. The intimate and informal setting is the perfect place in which to enjoy some hearty Irish cooking prepared with the finest local produce, swap stories of the day’s adventures and refresh yourselves with a couple of Richard Finnegan’s popular cocktails. In the winter, it’s ideal for sinking into the deep leather sofa in front of the welcoming open fire.