(Reference number: 56413)
Corin Lodge was originally built as a hunting lodge for The Countess Mataxa of Connemara.a. This stylish self catering home exudes refined elegance and promises a unique-getaway experience for the discerning traveler who appreciates five star quality accommodation. It is no surprise Corin Lodge has been featured in many European magazines including Twenty Five Beautiful Homes and Good Homes.
The property is set resplendently on four acres showing off ancient trees and a profusion of Azaleas, rhododendrons and Hydrangeas. Here guests will enjoy relaxing in the garden or take time out to explore the rugged beauty of Connemara. Whatever your pleasure there is an abundance of activities to choose from - golf at the Oughterard Golf Club, stroll down the avenue and go fishing on Lough Corrib or simply gaze out over the water.
Who knows, you may have the pleasure of seeing our adopted swan Ophelia drift on the water, mysterious and beautiful. Walk the Western Way exploring the breath-taking scenery of Connemara which has been immortalized by such luminaries as William Butler Yeats, John Millington Synge, Sir William Wilde and his son Oscar. The Wilde family had a home Moytura House near Headford Co. Galway and a fishing lodge Illaunroe House near Leenane village in Connemara.
This beautiful property will enchant those looking to experience a slice of Irish life. Guests can look forward to the warmest of welcomes.
The large entrance hall decorated with Hunting Memorabilia leads into a spacious living room that vibrates charm. Wood floors fine furniture, painting and big deep comfortable sofa and chairs await you and the bliss of a Turf Fire. The Kitchen is painted in a duck egg blue and floors are finished in cool marble. This bright Vibrant Kitchen contains everything one needs.
There are three double bedrooms overlooking the magnificent gardens. The rooms are understated and stylish with crisp fine linens. A stay in this caring Lodge would cheer and comfort any weary traveler or indeed enthusiastic sailor, fisherman, hill walker, golfer.