Nonaim Lodge Bed & Breakfast is set in a quiet and very secluded rural location in Connemara among the idyllic surroundings of lake, woodlands and mountains it is the ideal â€œget away from it allâ€ holiday for nature lovers, outdoor enthusiasts, walkers/hikers and fishermen.
The Lodge is located on a circa 3 acre site, bounded for much of its length by the charming Shannawagh stream, the gentle sounds of which can be heard throughout the grounds.
One of the areaâ€™s native timber woodlands of Oak, Ash, Birch and Holly provides another boundary and there are stunning views of the lake and surrounding mountains from the Lodge.
Nonaim Lodge caters for modern travellers, with larger guest bedrooms with T.V., free WiFi and tea/coffee making facilities in each room. The public areas, including the dining room and guest lounge room, are bright and spacious allowing guests to enjoy high standards of accommodation in Connemara Ireland.
There is a very comfortable guest lounge with a small but interesting library, C.D. Player and Radio. The lounge has a bright and cheerful airiness with superb views of lake, mountain and nearby woodland.
The comfortable patio area is also most popular with guests to sit and relax in the garden setting, reading or simply taking in the marvelous scenery. You can be assured that the non-anglers stay at Nonaim Lodge will be just as enjoyable as it is for the angling guests.
All the bedrooms at Nonaim Lodge are furnished to a high level and this, together with the serenity of the setting, should ensure a good nights sleep for all guests.
Nonaim Lodge has 5 en-suite guest bedrooms, most of them with extensive lake views. Bedrooms consist of one family sized bedroom, two triple and two double/twin, all with full en-suite facilities, T.V. and tea/coffee making facilities.
Nonaim Lodge is located a mere 150 metres from Lough Corrib and has its own jetty. It is located on the Western Way walking trail which leads around the lake shore to the scenic area of Maum (where director John Ford filmed â€œThe Quiet Manâ€). There are many o ...