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Ardagh Hotel & Restaurant
Clifden, Co. Galway
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Helping people relax, unwind and eat real food for the last 40 years. Located in the heart of Connemara and is one of its best kept secrets. Owned and managed by Stéphane and Monique Bauvet.

Ardagh Hotel & Restaurant is located on the edge of the constantly changing Ardbear Bay and only two and a half kilometres from the lively town of Clifden, known as the Capital of Connemara. The hotel also lies on the half way point of The Wild Atlantic Way Route and offers guests an ideal touring base for all of Connemara.

All 19 rooms and suites feature an ensuite bathroom with gratuitous toiletries, luxury linen and towels, television, coffee and tea making facilities, hair dryer, complimentary WiFi, laundry service and iron with ironing board on request and a unique, warmly inviting décor accented with colours borrowed from the Connemara landscape. Superior suites are located on the second floor and are twice the size of the other rooms. Suites include a cosy lounge area, a peaceful relaxing space to enjoy a bottle of champagne or a quiet in-room breakfast for two.

Perched well above the sea, the award winning Ardagh Restaurant invites spectacular Atlantic sunsets to dine with its dinner guests. Specialising in lobster and locally caught seafood the Ardagh Restaurant's menu is ever changing to reflect the freshest seasonal produce grown organically on site.

The hotel's fully stocked and licensed bar serves three delightfully cosy lounges. Oak tables, antiques and open turf fireplaces set the tone for quiet conversations whilst listening to the grand piano. The top floor displays a sun lounge with stunning views, thriving with plants and flowers personally cared for by your hostess Monique.

Quality Assurance & Schemes
4 Star Rating
Contact details
Ballyconneely Road,Clifden,Connemara,Co Galway,Republic of Ireland
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