Ancestors of Brian Boru, the High King of Ireland, called Dromoland Castle their home as far back as the fifth century. Today, discerning guests enjoy an exceptional blend of old-world opulence and modern luxury within the confines of this historic estate.
Ornamental gardens, verdant woods, and a private championship golf course extend over 1,500 acres of the estate offering an exceptional view from every accommodation. From room to room decorations and floorplans are unique, and all are appointed with custom furnishings. Choose to stay in an extravagant room of the Queen Anne wing, built in 1736 and finished with exclusive French textiles. Lavish State Rooms and Suites are built into the original castle walls and uniquely designed and decorated by Colefax and Fowler, with intimate seating and dining areas providing ample space. With a full staff dedicated to minding all the details, guests will experience an unparalleled level of service.
Dining at the Dromoland Castle is an experience all its own. Guests can indulge in a fine six-course Irish feast at the award-winning Earl of Thomond Restaurant or relax in the Country Club for a light snack. Sample traditional afternoon tea served in the Drawing Room and wind down at the end of the day in the beautifully-decorated cocktail bar overlooking the lakes of County Clare. For a day of ultimate relaxation and pampering, visit The Spa at Dromoland and indulge in one of the many luxurious services offered. Among the many rejuvenating options, the certified organic VOYA treatments will refresh the mind, body, and soul for another day of activities and sight-seeing.
Many active guests spend time at the Championship Golf Course, designed by Irish golfing legend, J.B. Carr. For adventure in the great outdoors, explore the grounds and woodlands by hiking or horseback riding, or take a short drive to Dromoland Lake for excellent fishing. Other popular activities include falconry, clay shooting, archery, and tennis. After a long day of activities, guest can retire to the Leisure Center which includes a stunning pool, tension-relieving sauna, and Jacuzzi.
Just a few miles from Shannon International Airport, Dromoland Castle is the ideal location from which to explore the vibrant Shannon region and picturesque West Coast. Throughout the year, the County of Clare puts on an array of traditional festivals that are a must for visitors. Music, dance, art, and unforgettable experiences are at Dromoland’s doorstep, allowing guests to soak in Irish culture with an upscale twist.Request Information