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Located along the Wild Atlantic Way, in the beautiful district of Connemara, Ballynahinch Castle
is one of the best luxury hotels for a two-night retreat away from the hustle and bustle of the city life.
Ballynahinch Castle Hotel is set in private 700-acre property with gorgeous walks and outdoor activities on the estate itself.
The castle hotel was voted the 3rd best hotel in Ireland in the Conde Nast Traveller awards and the 6th best in UK and Ireland by Travel and Leisure.
Guests are sure to experience a true royal feeling with stunning views, right from the moment they enter the estate.
Whether it is the comfort of the hotel’s luxury rooms, or the breath-taking views from the riverside bedrooms, Ballynahinch Castle has made sure that their guests have a memorable time when they visit Connemara.
The hotel redecorates their rooms frequently to minimise the wear and tear at the property and to provide the best-in-class accommodation to its guests.
Each of their 48 guest rooms and suites are individually decorated to a very high standard with soft furnishings to compliment the surroundings.
The majority of the Classic rooms are located in the original house with three in the newer wing overlooking the grounds.
The Classic rooms have views of the grounds, courtyard or mountains.
The remaining Superior, Luxury rooms and Riverside Suites are located in a newer wing, overlooking the river with magnificent views of the river & woodlands.
Whichever room guests choose they will find sleep comes easily in this luxurious accommodation in the heart of Connemara.
While some might know, Ballynahinch Castle used to be a home to the Indian Cricketing Legend Prince Ranjisinhji, the Maharaja of Nawanagar in the 1920s.
He used to catch a train from the edge of the castle to play a match in Dublin and back. While the railway line is long gone, the hotel has repurposed it as a scenic walking trail.
Rajisinhji built 72-stone piers around the lake at Ballynahinch Castle as per his significant interests in fishing which can still be seen on the estate.
The hotel has a room especially decorated in the memory of the former owner of the property called “Ranji Room”.
Ballynahinch Castle proudly welcomes many returning visitors every year to the castle who also come to enjoy the scenic views of The Twelve Bens in Connemara.
The hotel is also one of the most loved places for weddings in Ireland with an extremely supportive staff, arrangements and the picturesque views from the bridal rooms and terrace.
The hotel has a google my business rating of 4.7 stars and 4.5 stars on Trip Advisor which is commendable looking at the guests gushing about ‘relaxing atmosphere’, ‘professional and helpful staff’ and the ‘unforgettable’ experience of the ‘majestic’ estate.
Ballynahinch Castle has a fully responsive website in alliance with Aró, with regular maintenance of the site incorporating responsive emails, marketing campaigns and targeted PPC campaigns.
The website is designed to specifically reflect on the warm and quaint ambience of the Hotel with stunning views of the surroundings in Connemara.
Ballynahinch Castle makes sure that their guests have a delightful experience from the moment they decide to arrive at the castle until they depart.
It is an experience on its own with activities like fly fishing, shooting and estate walks that should not be missed out on.