Rosleague Manor Hotel

Address: Rosleague, Letterfrack, Connemara, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on Rosleague, Letterfrack, is near Connemara National Park, Connemara National Park, Galway Race Course, and The Point Equestrian Centre and Pony Trekking.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsRosleague Manor Hotel Letterfrack

    Reviewed by bevin

    Cozy sitting room!

    Reviewed Oct 5, 2012
    by (10 reviews) Whistler , Canada Flag of Canada

    Just arrived but lovely Mark Foyle (grandson of owner from 1968) has made us feel ever so comfy in Room #1

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Rosleague Manor Hotel Letterfrack

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Letterfrack

    Off to Westport

    A travel blog entry by pennywilkins on Jun 03, 2015

    13 photos

    Up early to finish packing and make sure we have everything. Berna has a client coming at nine. When he arrives, his father offers to drive us to the bus stop. This is a great help since we have all of our luggage with us. We take the 145 bus to Heuston Station, the last stop. We get in early so we have time for a breakfast at the station. Peter opts for the full Irish breakfast and I just order egg and bacon, plus a scone to take with us. This time we ...

    Day seven

    A travel blog entry by robbie.porter on May 15, 2015

    6 photos

    ... in 1867 as a home. Kylemore Castle became a Benedictine Monastery and then a school in The early 1920's. Nuns are still in residence and the castle and gardens are open to the public for self guided tours. We had lunch here then back to the coach and down thru the mountains, hills, and dales and back to our castle for the night. Tonight dinner will be in the dungeon. Lighter country food, nice and ...

    Some observations

    A travel blog entry by tkerrone on May 12, 2015

    3 photos

    - roads - 80 km/hour speed limit on narrow, winding roads - no strip on the side of the roads - the roads end by the brush or fences come right up to the side of the road - villages and small towns appears to allow vehicles to park facing both directions - I had heard about houses, especially in housing estates, that had been built during the Celtic Tiger, but when the economy crashed, the houses were never sold. We have seen examples of these, the houses look sad - ...

    Connemara

    A travel blog entry by dayna-tom-2013 on Sep 19, 2014

    2 comments, 32 photos

    ... At the time it was laid, the cable was considered one of the seven wonders of the world and did revolutionize the communications world -- bigger than the Internet!

    After a stop in the cute little Victorian town of Clifden, we were off to see Kylemore Abbey. It is touristy, but tastefully done. The Abbey was built by some Dublin surgeon in the mid-1800's who had way too much money and time. It ...

    The views in Connemara

    A travel blog entry by johnnym on Jun 17, 2013

    4 photos

    ... location, in the shadow of Doughruagh (pronounced dog-rough?) and looking out over a freshwater (detail supplied by my own tasting finger) lake.

    After lunch I wandered up the winding road to the Connemara national park, only realising halfway up that I had turned right at the crossroads to get to the shop and that instructions at the hostel said to go straight on for the park. ****, on the long winding road, not the short straight pedestrian access.

    From the visitors' ...