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Kilronan Castle Estate & Spa, Roscommon

CONTACT:   Michelle Coghlan ADDRESS:  Kilronan Castle. Ballyfarnon, Co Roscommon.
PHONE:  + 353 71 9618000 FAX:  +353 71 9618001
EMAIL:   enquiries@hanlycastle.com  WEB:  www.kilronancastle.ie

 
Kilronan Castle Estate & Spa, Co. Roscommon: Ireland’s NEWEST five star hotel officially opens, 31st July 2008.

Introducing a new level in luxury and elegance for the North West.

This beautifully restored Gothic revival castle was bought by the Hanly Castle Group, who restored the magnificent Lough Rynn Castle in Co. Leitrim.

This exquisite castle can be found on the shores of Lough Meelagh, Co Roscommon. A romantic, historic building, in this breathtaking location, Kilronan Castle brings an exciting and visionary offering…..

Grandeur and elegance meet you on arrival: the long tree-lined drive to the castle, amid the wooded grounds and with the lake always in view, is an impressive and picturesque first sight.

On entering the castle itself, you will see a spectacular se of four 19th Century French stained glass panels depicting knights and maidens.

The main reception has a very large and very dramatic French crystal chandelier illuminating the gothic interior - inviting guests to another world of sophistication and luxury.

With 84 superbly appointed bedrooms which includes 9 suites, the Douglas Hyde Restaurant, Dungeon Bar, a luxury spa, ballroom and conference centre, and a world-class Nick Faldo designed golf course (due for completion in 2010) and a car museum coming soon! Kilronan truly has it all.

Brides- to- be will be wooed by Diarmuid Gavin’s highly acclaimed gardens, the winding nature trails, the lakeside walks and the exquisite chapel by the lake: the fairy tale wedding package doesn’t get any better than this.

ART at Kilronan The attention to detail in this Gothic castle is staggering with every item of furniture, art work and adornment all original pieces and sure to attract art lovers and antiques enthusiasts alike.

Sourced by antiques experts, the French 19th century fireplace with an original painting by Desvarreau at reception is of particular significance. Beautifully restored, the fire place and painting together are valued at approximately €250,000.

Kilronan Castle houses a fine art collection and is due to open an art gallery in one of its towers- a first of its kind in Ireland.

Other works on display include the highly acclaimed portrait artist Sir Francis Grant. A leading society painter of the 19th century, he rose to fame on his commission of Queen Victoria at Windsor.

His works can be found in museums and stately homes of England, Ireland and Europe and now at Kilronan.

FINE DINING at Kilronan.. The interior design team, while remaining true to the Gothic style throughout, have created a little French oasis in one of the rooms off the main Douglas Hyde restaurant.

The “French Salon” private dining area, is the ultimate indulgence for smaller groups or indeed a very special meal for two...

With the mirrored walls, the 200 year old hand carved in gilt-wood cornice from a French chateau, and the stunning view of the lake. This is one experience that will leave a lasting impression.

Kilronan Castle offers the five star experience - for those who want the best in a sophisticated yet relaxed setting.

Welcome to Kilronan. 


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