"For a luxury getaway, this is the place!"
Beautiful house and grounds, attentive, friendly staff, welcoming owner...it was like visiting in someone's (very nice!) home. The hotel is several kilometers from the nearest town/village over the usual difficult roads, but the house and grounds are a destination in themselves, especially if you're a gardener,and we felt no need to leave them during […] our two-night stay. I would definitely recommend Cashel House Hotel to anyone looking for a truly luxe experience of country house living. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
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"Quality customer care!"
02/22/14 AnnMarie59 Killaloe, Ireland
We stayed at Cashel House Hotel for business nearby. From the moment we stepped inside, the welcome and attention to detail was fantastic. Nothing was too much trouble. Warm and cosy and beautiful surroundings. Will definitely be going back to be pampered again, only for longer next time! A fantastic getaway in a very special place. :-) Thank you Cashel House Hotel. Keep doing what you are doing!
"Old world quality"
02/21/14 egp7 Galway, Ireland
Mid week Break for two adults ,two dogs and a three month old baby - not the ideal clientele by a long shot -no problem at all - all welcomed - and proper dog friendly - beautiful views and gardens for walking- good food - excellent service - peaceful but never going to be the centre of activity- recommend - will go back
"New Years Dinner"
01/14/14 Carlymacd Bray, Ireland
A fantastic New years eve menu that included a welcome drink and glass of champagne to ring in the new year. I had a puff pastry parcel stuffed with quail in a brandy sauce to start which was just delicious, followed by a champagne sorbet. For my main I had roast goose with all the trimmings, cooked to absolute perfection and then finished with a wonderful chocolate desert. A very talented young man entertained the dining room for the evening playing the harp, while the excellent staff looked after our every need. After dinner we retired to one of the sitting rooms with a lovely fire blazing, told stories and toasted in the new year. A very special night was had by all
"A super step back in time"
01/06/14 BerchmansG Dublin. Ireland
Staying at this hotel is a wonderful experience. It is located miles from everywhere; narrow winding roads with either rocks or the sea on either side. Its no wonder President De Gaulle and Prime Minister McMillen stayed here, their own secret service would not have been able to find them. We were greeted to a very warm and personal welcome by Kay McEvilly of the House. It was cold outside and there were many brightly burning log fires throughout the hotel. The bedroom was very large and well equipped. it seemed to have had an extension added to it. The hotel has no hidden music, no public televisions; it had a wonderful sense of quiet and peaceful calm.The dining room is a wonderful room with an added surround conservatory - unfortunately difficult to adequately heat at the of our visit, however the food was excellent. Great place.
"Week end Break"
01/01/14 Renmorescout Galway
The Cashel house hotel is a real treat. It is old school quality. It is set in the middle od Connemara, and about 9 miles from Roundstone village. It has lovely open fires and plenty of sitting rooms, to chat or read. The restaurant was also first class. The staff were very friendly, and couldn't do enough. And the owner, a lady names Kit, was ever present, checking to see that all was ok. It was a real treat !
"My first ever total Chill time on my own!!!"
01/01/14 Patrick W London
This has been the first time I have travelled away and stayed in a hotel to spend time for Me (and a my Dog Chancer). I need to tell you all that I spend my working life in hotels on a weekly basis so, this needed to be really special and quiet for me, I was in no way disappointed. This hotel was so welcoming, personal, and attentive that I found it to be, for my two nights, so relaxing that my Kindle became my "wind down" companion. I need to point out that I am not good at "taking time out", that said, I only wish that I could have stayed for at least two more nights as this is, in my opinion, one of the few places I have stayed where the hospitality by the staff, and I may add, the owner herself, who personally not only introduces herself but, personally ensures that all residents are personally spoken to, I have not experienced that kind of customer service in a long time, and that welcoming service is also given by the rest of the family and restaurant team. I was also privileged to have spent New Years Eve here So, will I go back with my dog? You bet, Unfortunately, we all need to go back to work and face the "Real World"...Finally, I must also point out that the area is so scenic that I could not keep myself away from it for too long so, please explore and enjoy, as the area has amazing history, and views!! I wish everyone a healthy, safe and prosperous New Year!!!! Good Luck in all of your Endeavours
"Disappointing and dated"
11/17/13 Niamh C Galway, Ireland
Let me start by saying that I truly appreciate the old world charm which I would have expected a country house hotel such as Cashel house to offer. Having stayed in many such establishments - including Gregan's castle, co. Clare and the park hotel,kenmare in the past, I decided to give Cashel house hotel a go. Bad decision. On arrival with my husband and nine month old we were met by a 'porter' who not only expected us to carry our own bags upstairs in addition to a small baby but also to return to our car for the buggy and baby paraphernalia when finished and to carry all that up to our room as well. As we had arrived late on a Friday evening from Galway I asked for a sandwich to tide me over til dinner time. A vigorous argument ensued with the manager who refused my request on the basis that afternoon tea had ended 15 mins ago and told me that I could wait for dinner. Our room was dated, musty and dare I say dirty. Bed linen and furnishings were well worn and tired looking. Breakfast the next day was a mealy-mouthed effort. My husband got one sausage on his plate, the fruit most certainly was not 'fresh' as advertised and portions were generally meagre. The atmosphere was not particularly warm and welcoming and I most certainly will not be back. If you want to experience 5 star service, food and accommodation I suggest you look further. Cashel house needs to seriously up its game if it is to survive into the future.
this place is great, my girlfriend took me for my birthday and she got a deal from groupon or grabone or one of those sites. the place has such a old time feel about it, full with all the old style chairs and tables and bits and bobs, they use old fancy looking tea cups and all. the staff are great, friendly and very very helpful. the room was huge and the bed was great. gardens are great too, they also have stables and many horses and cats and chickens, lots of birds and even saw a fox pottering around.the food was amazing. dinner was fantastic, breakfast was also very tasty, even have gluten free options and the tea was esp nice. honest to god could not stop drinking it, only bad parts are a bit out of the way and is a little costly when paying full price and no wifi that we could find, but they all don't matter if you are looking for a break from the real world. is a great place to relax and unwind
"One of the most pleasant stays of mine..."
11/11/13 Levent O Copenhagen, Denmark
Cashel House is an exceptional hotel which I would recommend to every traveller. It is a wonderful country hotel just by a beautiful cove of Connemara in south western Ireland. I have stayed three weekends there and would definitely stay again in my next trip. The atmosphere, the garden, the food, the rooms of a great variation and the staff are all something special. The owner Madam is an exceptional lady who takes care of every detail and welcome her guests always with a generous wide smile on. I am looking forward to coming back to Cashel House, whenever possible. Levent from Denmark.
11/01/13 Bert M Dublin, Ireland
Spent a delightful night in the Cashel House Hotel, Connemara recently. This really is a gem, old world, and genuinely charming in every way. The service, room and food were top quality and the fact that we had availed of a deal offer made it that bit better value. I can see why so many celebrities fell for it's secluded grace over the years not least Charles de Gaulle and his family back in 1969. Would highly recommend this hotel for a quiet and peaceful escape.
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