(Reference number: 61713)
This recently accredited Five-Star Lodge and grounds enjoy a colourful history and enviable setting along the rugged Wild Atlantic Way.
This house was originally deisnged by Edwin Lutjens for Bruce Ismay the Chairman of the White Star, the company which owned the Titanic ship. As a keen angler, this beautiful part of Connemara was Ismay's chosen retreat folloing the sinking of the ill-fated Titanic. Landscaped gardens originally designed by Gertrude Jekyll offer a stunning palette of colour to the estate with all the flora and fauna having been carefully selected to complement Connemara's wild and natural beauty.
The lodge features bay windows and balconies throughout commanding panoramic views towards Galway Bay and the Twelve Pins mountain range.
8 bedrooms - 5 bedrooms with double beds, one bedroom with a double and a single bed and another bedroom with two single beds. An additional bed can also be provided to allow this house to comfortably sleep up to 18 people. Some of the double beds can be splti into two single beds if required.
6 ensuite bathrooms - there is one large bathroom accessible by the two master double bedrooms and this bathroom has a bath in it. There are five other shower rooms which are ensuites. There are also three guest toilets in the house.
Sleeps 18 people
Large Reception Room
The 10,000sq ft Edwardian Lodge is nestled on 11.5 acres.
"Gaze out to sea on a dark night, glimpse a shadow in the water's soft light, lit by the moon, bathe in the sea, fishermen slee ...