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My husband and myself stayed at Lough Eske Castle for a wedding in December 2018. It was really beautiful there and the staff were very attentive. It was particularly lovely as they had the grounds and hotel very festive and warm and welcoming. We look...More
I am writing to you to express my disappointment in my recent stay with you on the 14th of December. My wife booked this stay for us as part of my 50th birthday present. Upon arrival in our courtyard room 236, we had to request...More
My husband and I stayed at Lough Eske Castle on the last leg of our honeymoon travelling around Ireland and it was the perfect end to an amazing trip! The service was excellent, and they were very accommodating and kind. They added special touches to...More
My husband and myself are just back from an amazing one night stay at the gorgeous Lough Eske Castle. Can not speak highly enough of this superb hotel.
Hotel facilities and service was excellent. We were upgraded to a garden suite on arrival on account...More
Really loved our stay in Louth Eske.
Atmosphere was wonderful. Lots of rooms to relax in and read or lounge. Highlight was definitely afternoon tea in the green room. (Ask for bay window seat when booking). I forgot the name of our waitress but she...More
Lough Eske Castle is a historic castle dating to the 15th century and closely identified with the O'Donnell Clan, the founding fathers of Donegal. Set in a secluded storybook location within 43 acres of native …Morewoodland on the shores of Lough Eske with the dramatic Bluestack Mountains as a stunning backdrop, it is the ideal place to relax and experience superior hospitality and exceptional friendly service. Winner of the 'World's Best Luxury Country Hotel' title in 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012 and topping 'My Guide Ireland's Top 10 Hotels in Ireland, this lovingly restored castle hotel blends its historic past with a dash of contemporary luxury where you can escape into a world of relaxed elegance. From the spa to the dining table to your beautifully appointed guestroom, we provide a truly accommodating environment where our dedication to the guest is thoughtful, reliable, consistent and complete - a place where superb service and superior amenities make every day here a perfect day. Less
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Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Business Centre with Internet Access
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Refrigerator in room
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Hello, I think the 3 course meal from that menu was fixed at around €55 pp. without wine. We couldn’t find a price displayed anywhere, and had to go the the restaurant. A small glass of house red was €9. The food was ok, but... More
Hello, I think the 3 course meal from that menu was fixed at around €55 pp. without wine. We couldn’t find a price displayed anywhere, and had to go the the restaurant. A small glass of house red was €9. The food was ok, but nothing special.
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Walking distance? Not much besides the lake.
What we did was drive to Slieve League which is like an hour ish away. It's like the cliffs of Mohr but much larger. On the way back we stopped in the city of Donegal which has... More
Walking distance? Not much besides the lake.
What we did was drive to Slieve League which is like an hour ish away. It's like the cliffs of Mohr but much larger. On the way back we stopped in the city of Donegal which has alot of shops, a castle, and restaurants, it's also only like 10-15 Mins from the hotel.
The Presidential suite is in the main building of course and though I didn’t stay in the room I was able to receive a tour. I believe it’s roughly $1800 USD per night pending the time of year could exceed $2000 USD. Though... More
The Presidential suite is in the main building of course and though I didn’t stay in the room I was able to receive a tour. I believe it’s roughly $1800 USD per night pending the time of year could exceed $2000 USD. Though spacious I personally didn’t it find it unique enough to justify the cost. There is a website, Oyster, where you may be able to find pictures (the website has photo albums by room type). Best of luck!