Glin CastleStay in the Knight of Glin's castle!

Deluxe Glin Castle Hotel

Glin Castle, home of the Knight of Glin, his wife Madam FitzGerald, stands on the banks of the River Shannon amidst a 500 acre demense. This is the Castle Hall with its front door overlooking the River Shannon.

The richly decorated ceiling, Irish furniture and paintings show the original splendour of the castle interior. The Reception Rooms consist of a sitting room (or Smoking Room) where one can sit and chat over a drink before or after dinner.The Library with its broken pedamented mahogany bookcase is situated below the rare flying staircase. Guests can relax in the splendid Drawing Room with its Rossi marble mantelpiece - elegant surroundings in which to have morning coffee, afternoon tea or to enjoy coffee and liqueurs.

Visitors are welcomed to stay between March and November, and at other times by special arrangement. There are 15 individually decorated bedrooms each with its own private bathroom, these can be reserved on an individual basis. The entire castle can also be rented as a fully staffed unit for events such as small weddings, family reunion or corporate events.

Rooms: 15, individually decorated bedrooms each with its own private bathroom.

Service: n/a

Dining: Glin Castle food is Irish country house cooking at its best. Dine off freshly caught fish and locally reared beef and lamb. Vegetables and fruit are grown in the castle's organic walled garden. Sit down at a well laid table covered in crisp Irish Linen and family silver in the knightly splendour of the old dining room, with its rows of ancestral portraits.

Facilities: Clay Pigeon Shooting, Archery arranged on site), Riding at Clonshire Equestrian Centre.

This property is temporarily not available ... it is available to rent only for weddings and special occassions. We hope to have it return to a hotel and accepting guests soon.

Client Comments:

Although Glin Castle is not as famous as some others, I have to say that their staff treated us like royalty......and the food was well worth the price. It was amazing!! Dromoland was much more regal, but it didn't have the charm surrounding it like Glin Castle. ~ Elaine & Michael E. 2006