Review on Abbeyglen Castle Hotel
Standing high up on Sky Road, against the verdant backdrop of Connemara's Twelve Bens, Abbeyglen Castle was built as a private residence in 1832 by the founding father of Clifden village. Of late it has been run as a country hotel by two generations of the Hughes family, who continue to make a virtue of genuine, personal hospitality.
The elegant first-floor restaurant has pleasant views of the landscaped grounds and the kitchen makes abundant use of seafood, including locally caught salmon, crabs and other shellfish (which are kept live in a seawater tanks). Connemara lamb is a regular attraction, along with other dishes like breast of guinea fowl with port and raisin sauce or beef Wellington, while desserts might include chocolate bread-and-butter pudding.
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Restaurant Opening Times
Dinner: 7.15 - 9.00pm Mon-Sun
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express