Dromoland Castle is undoubtedly among the finest 5 star hotels in Ireland, steeped in history and fairy-tale like features. Savour your first glimpse of this majestic castle as you pass through the gates and take in the stunning views of Dromoland Estate, with more than 400 acres to explore.
Dromoland Castle in picturesque County Clare is within easy reach of the wonderful Wild Atlantic Way, the Cliffs of Moher, the Burren and all the delights that Clare and neighbouring County Limerick have to offer – should you ever want to leave the grounds.
Dromoland is a luxury resort with everything you need to park the car and forget about the stress of daily life and is a must-visit for food lovers, with the Earl of Thomond Restaurant offering a culinary experience you’ll remember forever with fine dining on a grand scale.
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Experience the amazing rooms and suites at Dromoland, which few other Irish five star hotels can rival. Choosing between deluxe rooms and staterooms and suites, this is truly luxurious castle accommodation. Sit back and relax in comfort, style and historic glamour, as 28 of the guest rooms were built in 1736 making them almost a century older than the rest of the 5 star hotels in Ireland.
The opulent Deluxe Rooms are each unique, having been refurbished with a modern feel and luxurious touches while still in-keeping with the heritage of the castle.
Staterooms & Suites
The staterooms and suites at Dromoland all differ in design and dimension and each room is bespoke, complete with a intimate seating and dining area for that extra bit of lounging space.
There are many places to choose to dine at in Dromoland, ranging from fine dining to laid back fare. The award winning Earl of Thomond Restaurant offers a relaxed but elegant dining experience, featuring innovative cuisine served with tradition and a hint of creative flair.
Executive Head Chef David McCann has been overseeing the kitchens at Dromoland Castle since 1995, having honed his craft in the renowned Connaught Hotel in London’s Mayfair. David’s culinary ethos is based on sourcing the finest ingredients locally, with some of the country’s finest artisan producers located in the Burren, on Dromoland’s doorstep.
The Earl of Thomond offers an extensive selection of dining options including à la carte, gastronomic tasting menus and daily table d’hôte menus – so you can experience the full extent of Chef McCann’s skills or enjoy a laid back couple of expertly crafted courses.
The Fig Tree Restaurant is located in the Golf & Country Club on the grounds of Dromoland and offers a less formal dining experience. Their menu changes daily and ranges from sandwiches to comforting main dishes like Fish and Chips or an Irish Beef Burger.
The Gallery offers a more casual dining experience and is ideal for a morning coffee and scones or a light snack. Alternatively, have your snacks packed up for a luxurious picnic to remember on the grounds of the 450 acre estate, with Champagne and delicious treats to indulge in.
Boasting one of the best spas in Ireland, The Spa at Dromoland consists of six treatment rooms, two dedicated manicure and pedicure rooms and a gazebo covered outdoor hydro pool, so you can truly relax in any weather.
The aromatic scents and relaxing sounds will stimulate all your senses and add to this luxurious, five star spa experience. Time will stand still while you are immersed in a cocoon of scented fresh flowers and candles, warm mood lighting and the resonating sounds of soft music.
Using luxury Elemis products for their signature treatments, you will be drawn into a world of deep tranquility at this state of the art spa.