From the first 'welcome!' sign on the front of this most gracious 18th century house, the Crocnaraw experience washes away all stress and anxiety of modern life. In the most unobtrusive way, last seen in Agatha Christie's At Bertrams Hotel, the owner and host Lucy caters to the guests' every wish and fancy, seemingly without effort.
From tea and scones in front of the peat fire, to the A1 'full Irish' breakfasts, it is comfort in the old sense without all the phony trappings of faux luxury hotels with marble foyers and crummy uncomfortable rooms. Surrounded by its own gardens, it is a small oasis of Edwardian charm.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Crocnaraw is an Irish Georgian Country House on the shores of Ballinakill Bay,six miles from Clifden-capital of Connemara-on the scenic Clifden-Westport road. Set in 20 acres of gardens, trees and fields, Crocnaraw is the winner of the National Guesthouse Gardens Competition for 4 years. Recommended by Special Places to Stay (Alastair Sawday.) Near to Connemara National Park ... more less
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