Connemara

Designed in 1973 by Eddie Hackett. One of the toughest links courses in the world, measuring over 7,200 yards from the back tees. Craggy rocks litter the course, which can lead to some unusual lies. If the wind is up, scoring well will prove to be very difficult.

Four-star, Victorian Manor house with self-catering lodges on the banks of River Moy. Their Kitchen Restaurant, located in the Manor’s original kitchen, offers the best of fresh and local ingredients. Other amenities include a full spa with a gym and pool, a falconry center and 100 private wooded acres full of hiking and biking trails.
Four-star, seafront hotel occupying a former Coast Guard headquarters built in 1853. Most of the twelve traditional bedrooms offer sea views. Their cook-to-order breakfast is complimentary and they also offer a high-end restaurant, bar, lounge, and conservatory overlooking the sea.
Luxury, recently renovated five-star hotel in a 13th-century castle, set on 350 acres of parkland overlooking Lough Corrib. Dining options include an upscale restaurant featuring fine Irish cuisine, a low-key bistro and a medieval-style pub. There are many other amenities, including an indoor pool, full-service spa, theater, falconry, and a 9-hole golf course.