Rosleague Manor Hotel is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Letterfrack, offering a historic environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Rosleague Manor Hotel is a historic hotel offering a flat screen TV in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features room service, newspaper, and baggage storage. Plus, guests can enjoy a lounge, which has made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Letterfrack. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
While visiting Letterfrack, you may want to try some crab at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Veldon's Seafarer.
Enjoy your stay in Letterfrack!
We stayed at this hotel for 2 nights recently. Our overall experience was great. We had a lovely time. The welcome we received was Ireland at its best. The staff were brilliant and the food was delicious both breakfast and dinner. We highly recommend this hotel for a great break away.
Booked a one night stay to celebrate a birthday last Thursday. From the moment we arrived, a few hours early the whole experience was top class. Eileen who allowed us access to our room at noon even though check in was 3pm set the tone for a very welcoming stay. Our room was very comfortable & spotlessly clean. It has to be said however that the highlight was the food. We had a package which included a 5 course dinner which was truly amazing. Service in all areas was very professional & pleasant. Hats off to Mark & his team for a top class experience. Highly recommend.
We visited Rosleague in August as part of our honeymoon & have mixed feelings about it. We drove up a lovely secluded avenue to the hotel, which is picturesque & has lovely grounds. We entered, passing two nicely appointed lounge areas with comfortable antique furniture & walked down the corridor to reception. We were checked in efficiently, no acknowledgement of our honeymoon was made although my husband’s gluten allergy was acknowledged, both of which I had notified the hotel about in advance. We were brought up to our room via two sets of stairs. Our room was quite disappointing. We had booked a superior sea view room, charged at 250e per night. On entry to our room we were shown our en-suite, a rather tired bathroom which may once have been luxurious but is now in need of some refurbishment if it is to conform with its advertisement as a ‘luxury bathroom’. Our first impression of the room was not that of a luxury hotel room, but rather had a dated studio flat feel (see photos). The room had a wall dividing the seating & bedroom areas, the seating area was small & had some rickety mismatched furniture, better described as ‘old’ than ‘antique’ & was not a pleasant area to spend time. Around the dividing wall was the bedroom, which was nicer. The bed was very large and was an appealing sleigh bed, with nice, matching lockers & nice bedside lamps. The mattress was a little springy but was firm, it was fine. We ate dinner in the hotel & this was absolutely delicious & the dining room was beautiful. The breakfast was excellent. The service was very good. I would return for dinner but not to stay.…
We stayed 2 nights and hiked during the day. The hotel was wonderful. It is a bit quirky, which befits a place that has been around for a century and three quarters. But even a slight problem was dealt with quickly and the staff followed up. The restaurant served excellent food - tasty, warm, and quickly. The staff - front desk, bar, restaurant - was pleasant and helpful. They even offered to put our boots and coats into the boiler room to help them dry. The grounds have many short trails that lead to interesting sights.
Great location, food and staff. Mark the master of the house (and owner) with his head of staff Lulu took great care of us. The temperature was shifting from extremely hot (for all of Europe) to comfortably cool - Lulu made sure my wife was always comfortable. Not an easy to do! We had dinner in the restaurant both evening the food was absolutely outstanding
The epitome of an old fashioned Irish country house hotel. It’s located in an achingly beautiful location just outside the pretty village of Letterfrack in Connemara in countryside that has the most alluring white sand beaches and rocky Atlantic coastline and the glorious rugged mountain terrain of the Twelve Bens and Mweelrea It’s own grounds are extensive and really beautiful, not manicured but very slightly overgrown and include acres of woodlands foreshore and fields. The whole setting and views are wonderful We went with our dog (a mid sized well behaved old girl) and she was living her best life when she was there. It’s a genuinely pet friendly hotel. The rooms that cater for dogs have their own private lobby and door which Is handy for those bedtime and early morning nature calls. Dogs if clean are welcome on lead in the very charming parlour and front sitting rooms or in the bar/conservatory but not in the dining room of course. Guests generally are aware that this a pro-canine establishment and I found were pretty relaxed but the usual politeness and consideration should be shown by pet owners for other guests as well. I found the hotel has a lovely relaxed atmosphere and is very convivial. You can’t manufacture this stuff. It comes from the soul and that starts with Mark who runs the place and is Uber helpful and full of chat if you want a conversation. This atmosphere and attitude extends to all the staff who a genuinely nice and helpful. This the sort of place that complete strangers from different countries and backgrounds can gather around the fire and have a good old fashioned chat with a pint a cocktail or whatever you’re having yourself. Equally if you wish snuggle down for a while to delve into reading that weighty tome in an armchair so be it. The restaurant is very pleasant and very accomplished. While the hotel doesn’t do lunch it’s breakfast is excellent (try the bacon from their very own pretty Tamworth piggies.). I also ate dinner twice while there and am very glad I did. The menu isn’t massively extensive but it’s all there and really well sorted out and beautifully prepared and cooked and I have to say, excellent value with top quality ingredients and service. The wine list is again not humongous but well thought out with plenty of variation and options and again competitively priced If you want a soulless efficient bed factory You won’t get that here. Rosleague Manor is quirky, charmingly mismatched, a bit higgledy piggledy and like an old Irish country house hotel is supposed to be. There are sometimes things that don’t quite work but with quick word (or advice about how to manage the Byzantine plumbing hot water flow arrangements) things are set immediately to rights and you come away satisfied and smiling at the really engaging manner in which issues are handled. You can tell can’t you ? I loved it…
We recently returned from our second trip to Ireland where we stayed in Rosleague Manor for several days. We love this hotel. We loved our rooms for both visits, Very cozy, large, and gorgeous. Comfortable huge bed and comfortable seating areas. The views are magnificent and one day we will actually do all of the walks on the property! Staff are fantastic. The dining room is beautiful and cozy and breakfast and dinner were both delicious. We also love talking to Mark also when we visit. Thank you for another fabulous stay!
Located a bit off the road, this secluded manor house is just stunning. Many beautiful, bright, very spacious rooms; an elegant dining area; solarium sitting area; and gorgeous gardens with walking trails surrounding the house. We enjoyed an evening stroll along the trails, past the pigs, through flowers and fruit trees to the water's edge and up to a kitchen garden. Just lovely. Our room was huge and the bathroom had both a shower and separate tub. While it is located 15 minutes outside of Clifden, it is just down the road from the Diamond Hill hike in Connemara National Park. We got up early to hike the blue+red trail to the top and it was so nice to just zip down the road to reach the trail head. The hotel staff was not used to a request for early breakfast & seemed flustered by the idea. But they did allow us to enter the dining area at 7:50 to get cold breakfast (yogurt & granola, fruit, bread) so we could get to our hike early. If you're in the Connemara region, I highly recommend this hotel!…
Lovely Victorian Manor house beautifully located overlooking a lough. We had a superior sea view room which was huge with a separate seating area & a lovely view. Nice gardens (but cheap, flimsy garden furniture) & beautifully furnished, comfortable lounges with lit fires even in June - very cosy after dinner. Gorgeous fabrics everywhere. Good breakfast selection, though I would recommend dining elsewhere. Amazed at all the excellent reviews for food (must be my fault!). I have reviewed our dinner separately as we loved the hotel itself.
We really loved Rosleaugh Manor. You might ask why only a 4 because I couldn't give it a 4.5 stars. Unfortunately, the hot water boiler was broken and there was no hot water until the next morning. We were so looking forward to a nice hot shower after a long bike ride. These things happen and they were trying to fix it but I felt I had to knock off a little for such a major miss. Definitely a 5 star dinner which was the best of our trip. Room was lovely and service excellent. The grounds were so beautiful I would definitely stay here again. I regretted that we didn't spend another night here.