Dogs Welcome Cashel House, formerly one of Connemara's most gracious homes, set in 50 acres of grounds on the beautiful coastline of Cashel Bay with Cashel Hill rising behind. It has been our our pleasure to welcome guests for the past 40 years. The location is an ideal base from which to enjoy walking, beaches, sea and lake fishing, golf, horse riding, Kylemore Gardens and trips of Aran and Inish Boffin islands. Guided hill walks are available by arrangement.
Pets welcome by prior arrangement only. Clare Island stands guard at the entrance to Clew Bay, off Irelands western Atlantic coast. For almost two centuries, the islands Lighthouse has been a nautical landmark perched high on the craggy cliffs, watching over Achill, Westport and beyond. Once a safe haven for sailors, this heritage property now offers sanctuary of a different kind. This architecturally majestic, listed building has been lovingly transformed into fully catered, luxury accommodation, complemented by magnificent sea views and an inspiring, natural environment.
Dogs Welcome Enniscoe House is situated on the shores of Lough Conn, with attractive views of the lake across the parkland. The old walled garden has been restored, and another garden produces organically grown vegetables. One farmyard now houses a small agricultural museum, tearoom and shop, and the genealogy centre that researches names and families of Mayo origin.
Dogs are welcome, with two little homes in the stables for them to rest. Ghan House is the ideal base for beautiful walking trails. Just behind the house is Slieve Foy, a hiking lovers dream. When the tide is out, borrow a pair of wellington boots and walk along the seashore, throw rock pools and over the glistening seaweed. Just a five minute drive away is Ballagan Shore, which is a single track road winding its way through the ancient old Irish farmhouse town of Whitestown, past Lily Finnegans pub then onto the open shore, with panoramic views of the Irish Sea, Carlingford Lough, Hallbowline lighthouse, the Mourne Mountains and Slieve Foy.
Dog friendly rooms available. Surrounded by botanical archaeological and cultural treasures and with breath taking views across Galway Bay and the unique Burren terrain, Gregan's Castle Hotel is the ultimate hideaway. Gregan's Castle offers genuine Irish hospitality, innovative cooking and elegant bedrooms free from the intrusion of televisions. A mature garden and the surrounding bucolic setting, together with a strong environmental ethos, ensure a sensitive co-existence with nature. Being animal lovers we appreciate the need to treat one's pooch to the occasional night away and so we extend our welcome to particularly loved four legged friends. We have a number of ground floor bedrooms which can easily accommodate you and your dog and have access to the garden.
Pets are welcome on the ground floor of the hotel, and guests should notify the Hilton Park at the time of booking, if looking to visit with a pet. Hilton Park has been welcoming guests for over 30 years. Highly skilled cuisine, home-grown produce and an intimate but extremely relaxing atmosphere, gives the guest a uniquely authentic experience. Staying at Hilton truly is an experience, with ﬁne portraits and paintings, antique furniture and an atmosphere that cannot be reproduced.
Dogs welcome by prior arrangement only. Marlfield House is a beautifully restored Regency period house set on 36 acres of fine gardens and woodland and close to miles of golden beaches. The Bowe family opened it's doors to guests over 30 years ago and it has continued as a highly acclaimed country house and restaurant ever since. Rooms are filled with beautiful antiques, paintings and vases of flowers from the garden. All overlook the gardens and grounds, have marble bathrooms and the six grand state rooms open on to the lake and wildfowl reserve.
We welcome pet owners to stay with their well-behaved pets. Accommodation options include a superior room on the ground floor with doors opening onto the garden for convenience and lots of space for your pets sleeping arrangement. A deluxe suite is also ideal with added spaciousness and access to the outside without having to come through the hotel reception areas. Some dogs do get lonely and upset in new surroundings so we ask that they are not left unattended in your room during the day as they miss out on the beautiful grounds The Mustard Seed has to offer. Please be aware that during meal times your dog cannot sit with you so please pop them in the car if you think they will be noisy in the room. Voted 'Pet Friendly Hotel of the Year 2014' by Georgina Campbell.
Dog friendly room available The beach provides endless entertainment-walk it, jog it, comb it, ride it, occasionally even lie on it when the weather is good! But there is also an indoor heated pool, sauna, tennis courts, massages and holistic treatments at the hotel. books, boardgames, DVDs and jigsaws for the less energetic.
Dogs welcome by prior arrangement only. Converted from Queen Anne stables in 1798, Rathsallagh is a large comfortable house situated in 530 acres of peaceful park land with a walled garden. It is central to some of the most beautiful countryside in Ireland. Glendalough, the Wicklow mountains, the Japanese Gardens and National Stud and the Curragh, and Punchestown racecourse are all closeby.
Dog friendly room available. A delightfully situated Georgian house overlooking Ballinakill Bay, which has been discreetly converted into a first-class hotel with a Victorian style conservatory and delightful drawing rooms with open log fires. All of the bedrooms are individually decorated and feature fine antiques and paintings. Set in 30 acres of secluded woodland to the ocean's edge, Rosleague is a beautifully wooded area on the coast, located just one mile from the Connemara National Park, an area of some 5,000 acres and just 5 minutes drive to Kylemore's beautiful Abbey and walled gardens. Salmon, trout and sea fishing, golf and horseriding all available in the area. Tennis court available for guests use.
It is far from ruff at Tankardstown for our canine chums. We welcome dogs to stay at Tankardstown and even Millie, Choo and Mika our own resident pooches are excited to have new friends come by. Though, the main house is only for 2 legged creatures, dogs are more than welcome to stay overnight in one of our Courtyard Cottage Suites. Enjoy an amble or a bracing walk around the estate, the cottage suites open directly out to a courtyard and into the garden so you wont be disturbing anyone. There is no charge for our chums!