Cashel House - County Galway

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Classic Irish country house enveloped in gorgeous gardens

Connemara’s rugged green landscape helps make Cashel House something of an Irish idyll. Some 50 pretty acres of secluded woodlands envelop this peaceful 19th century country house hotel.

Come Here For...
  • Traditional and relaxed hospitality.
  • Award-winning gardens.
  • The scenic Connemara coast.

Hit the spot
On the Connemara coast, half an hour from Clifden.

There is a tennis court if you fancy working up a sweat, and a private beach for summer time swimming and sunning.

Good to know
It's a place for old fashioned comforts. 

Essential info
Check in
Minimum Stay
Closed January
There is free guest parking.
Galway – 45 miles
Galway station – 45 miles
Well behaved youngsters are welcome.
Cashel, Connemara, Co Galway, Clifden, County Galway, Ireland


33 rooms and suites.

Special features
Rooms are warmly decorated with homely touches, so you’ll feel like a family guest.

Pillow Talk
Richly comfortable bedrooms offer glimpses of Cashel Bay or Connemara's rolling hills.

Eat & Drink

Dining in
Cooking at Cashel House is a mix of traditional Irish dishes with world influences. Five-course dinners major on local produce, with plenty of Connemara spring lamb, best Irish beef and deck-fresh sea bream, oysters and scallops. Veggies from the hotel’s own garden complement dishes such as baked sea bass en papillote with lemon and tarragon, while the white chocolate cheesecake is perfect for rounding off.  Wash dinner down with a Château Lynch-Bages from the 100-strong wine list.

A copious buffet breakfast featuring homemade muesli is served until 10am.

Room service
Available morning and evening.


See & Do
This is a place to take in the fresh air, peace and tranquillity. Make the most of Connemara’s wild countryside and hit some walking trails – your hosts will be happy to arrange a guided walk of one of  one of the region’s Twelve Pins, which dominate the landscape, while others radiate out along the coast. There’s tennis and golf nearby – play a few rounds at Ballyconnelly’s 18-hole course as – as well as lake, river and deep sea fishing. You can also sail, swim and surf.