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Dromoland Castle, or the original first part, was the ancestral home of the O'Briens, dating back to Brian Boru, the first High King of Ireland. Its since been added on many times, and has only increased its impressive look. You drive up the very very...More
My husband & I had been to Dromoland before but wanted to bring our adult children & spouses to celebrate his Big birthday! We were 9 total and our experience was magical! The service, Irish hospitality, amenities, activities were perfection. We'll all be back!
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Once in a lifetime experience (more if you're really lucky), staying at Dromoland Castle, with it's incredible staff, accommodations, views and meals. We were three generations traveling and every one of us loved it - from the go carts, to the garden and grounds, to...More
Only at Dromoland Castle for one night, but quite worth it. The Walled Garden was nice, even for being late in the season. The drinks were good at the bar. Would recommend the bangers and mash, scrumptious. Put this hotel on your next Irish vacation.
My husband and I were fortunate enough to spend an evening at the castle. The room was incredible, and the service was spectacular.
The highlight of our stay was the halk walk with Sean. Sean is a hawk trainer extrordinaire. Sean is a marvelous teacher...More
Ireland’s most magical address, Dromoland Castle has been welcoming guests since the 16th Century. The ancestral home of the O’Briens of Dromoland, whose lineage dates back 1,000 years to Brian Boru, one of the last High Kinds of Ireland, we’ve got nobility and hospitality in our DNA. From the imposing baronial façade, to our startling interioirs, you’ll find a world of historic grandeur underpinned by the finest modern comforts. With lavish décor, indulgent dining, fabulous views and magnificent bedrooms, this is a place to feel at home. Behind our warm Irish welcome is the belief that every guest is royalty. Stroll the 450-acre estate. Tee off on our world class golf course. Take afternoon tea by a roaring fire. Relax in our intimate spa. Enjoy delicious cuisine. No matter what your preference, at Dromoland Castle there’s no escaping the sense that you are walking in the shadows of kings. The pinnacle of excellence, come in the knowledge that all your expectations will be met.
Response from Mark_Nolan_GM | Property representative |
Dear Kelly H
Thank you for booking your upcoming visit to Dromoland Castle, we all look forward to welcoming you. If you visit our website, click on the 'menu' button and select 'accommodation' you can see pictures of the... More
Dear Kelly H
Thank you for booking your upcoming visit to Dromoland Castle, we all look forward to welcoming you. If you visit our website, click on the 'menu' button and select 'accommodation' you can see pictures of the different room categories. Or if you prefer please email any queries you have to my colleagues (email address can be found on our website also as Trip Advisor do not allow me send it on this message) who will be more than happy to help you choose your room category and send you on images directly.
Mark Nolan, General Manager
Yes they are in the original building. All the room are connected though, so it is not a big deal to be in other wings of the hotel. This is a fantastic place. I hope you are able to stay there and enjoy it.