Aasleagh Lodge Connemara

Beautifully situated beside Aasleagh Falls (8km from the resort), Aasleagh Lodge is a beautifully restored 19th century Victorian country house, best known as one of the great fishing houses of Ireland, with its unique location beside one of the finest spate rivers in Ireland. The lodge consists of 9 spacious and comfortable bedrooms, and was part of the estate of the Marquis of Sligo, and is now managed by Delphi Resort Connemara.

The house is set in 36 acres of mature woodlands with magnificent views over Killary Harbour and surrounded by beautiful mountains. A short walk through the grounds brings you to the famous Aasleagh Falls, an internationally famous waterfall on the Erriff River, where silver salmon can be seen leaping as they make their way upstream. Top quality salmon fishing is available on the river.

With quiet surroundings and luxurious bedrooms, you are assured of a good night’s sleep in comfort and tranquility. The bedrooms are spacious and beautifully decorated to the highest standards, with 8 ensuite and one standard room. Catch up with other guests after your day’s activity in the vintage-style drawing room, or visit one of the local bars, before dinner.

Every effort is made to make your stay at Aasleagh Lodge all-embracing, with the best locally caught seafood, and fresh home produce.

Rates start from as little as €54 per person per night and include breakfast in the lodge dining room.

Other features include:

– 24-hour front desk
– Daily housekeeping
– Ensuite rooms available
– Free wifi in public areas

View Aasleagh Lodge Walking Break Offers Connemara

View Aasleagh Lodge Cycling Break Offers Connemara

View Aasleagh Lodge Fishing Break Offers Connemara

  • 4 Star Hotel at Delphi Resort
    Read More
  • Aasleagh Lodge Galway
    Victorian Country House along Killary Fjord
    Read More
  • Aasleagh Cottage Dining Area
    Self Catering Cottages along Killary Fjord
    Read More
  • wild atlantic hostel dorm room
    Wild Atlantic Hostel at Delphi Resort
    Read More