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Ballynahinch Castle Hotel


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Ballynahinch Castle is set in the heart of Connemara and stands proud and majestic overlooking the famous Ballynahinch River. The Castle has been intertwined in the history of Connemara and its people for many centuries, from the days of O'Flaherty chieftains and Grace O'Malley to Humanity Dick Martin and H.R.H. the Maharajaj Ranjitsinji.

Our Hotel has a charm which can best be described as 'Casual Country Elegance'. Open log fires glow in our reception rooms and all your needs will be attended to by our friendly professional staff. Soft, restful colour schemes harmonize with the natural charm of the surroundings in our tastefully decorated bedrooms. Local fresh produce is used to create culinary delights for our dining room with its panoramic view of Ballynahinch River. Ballynahinch Castle is surrounded by 450 acres of woodlands, rivers and lakes which offer miles of scenic walks.

Additional Facilities:
* Wild salmon fishing
* Shooting
* Golf at the Connemara Championship Course
* Waymarked walks
* Bicycles for Hire
* Outdoor tennis court
* Library
* Complimentary Internet Access
* Open Log Fires

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Ratings/Awards: AA/TB 4 Star
Number of Rooms: 40
Number Ensuite: 40
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Name: Owenmore Restaurant
Chef: Xin Sun
Awards: AA 2 Rosettes; Food & Wine Magazine Restaurant of the Year Award

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Open All Year - Closed Christmas Week & Month of February
Tennis Court
TV in Rooms
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