Clonalis House is the ancestral home of the O’Conor’s of Connacht, descendants of the last High Kings of Ireland. So if you fancy a house fit for a king, you’ve come to the right place! In the Italianate mansion itself, elegantly-appointed guest bedrooms feature original furnishings and wonderful views over the park and woodlands.
Self-catering cottages are also available in the courtyard, providing 25 beds and catering for families and groups.
Family portraits, open fires, a cosy library and a collection of historic artefacts including the harp of Turlough O’Carolan, the famous blind harpist, are just some of the unique features evoking an ancient Gaelic family in Georgina Campbell’s Country House of the Year 2012.
- Victorian Italianate Mansion with 45 rooms, guests can enjoy a stay in one of the four beautifully appointed guest bedrooms
- Clonalis received The Georgina Campbell award for Country House of the Year 2012. Clonalis is a member of The Hidden Ireland Historic Private Houses in Ireland.
- Self catering cottages are also available in the Courtyard providing 25 beds and catering for families and groups.
- Clonalis House is open to the public from June –August 11am - 5 pm, last tour 4pm, open every day except Sunday.