10 Enchanting Castle Hotels in Ireland (You Won’t Want to Leave!)

Visiting Ireland and staying in an Irish Castle hotel was always a dream.

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[…] I highly recommend allowing at least two days to cover this Wild Atlantic Way itinerary. So you’ll need to camp out along the route. You can do what I did and wing it at an Airbnb along the way to experience true Irish hospitality, or book into one of the many world-class facilities en route. My top picks would be Perryville House in Kinsale, Inchydoney Island Lodge & Spa, the Gougane Barra Hotel, or stay in a real-life castle! […]

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Diana MullinsSeptember 11, 2018 - 8:02 pm

We absolutely loved our castle stay at Loche Eske in Donegal. The staff was simply amazing and they took care of us from the minute we stepped out of our car. They even parked it for us!!! The amenities were amazing, and the restaurant was great,as was the nightlife right on premises.They had live music and numerous spots available to just relax and enjoy the wood-burning fire with a good book or drink. Breakfast was varied and delicious. Our room was beautiful and very comfortable.

SherDecember 24, 2018 - 8:35 pm

Diana, That sounds fabulous!! Haven’t been to Donegal yet but we’ve heard great things :)

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[…] lay in ruins and there aren’t many castle attractions remaining in Ireland. Instead, the most dramatic castles are privately owned and have been restored into luxury 5 star […]

Debbie ScavelliJanuary 12, 2020 - 9:24 am

We are headed to Ireland in early March, and are staying in Lough Eske Castle as well as 4 other fabulous castles ! Can’t wait! Girls trip of a lifetime. – your tips and blog is very helpful.

5 Reasons You Need to Visit Lake Como At Least Once in Your Lifetime

A complete travel guide to beautiful Lago di Como.

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Don MessingJune 16, 2019 - 2:50 pm

Planning to be in Lake Como early June 2020.I’ve been checking out hotels. Is Hotel Villa Cipressi worth 4x as much as Hotel Loveno? What is their relative convenience factor?

SherJune 16, 2019 - 2:57 pm

Hi Don – Haven’t been to Hotel Loveno so can’t say!

EuniceJuly 20, 2019 - 11:07 pm

Hi there, I’ve bookmarked your page so I can study up before our Milan trip! Thank you :) I’ll be visiting bellagio on September 2 with my mum and it falls on a Monday. What are the shop hours like? I heard that they don’t open in the mornings and opens around 3pm, just worried that there’s not much information on this. I was thinking of arriving at Varenna by train either 11:20am or 1:20pm.

Jinah MinAugust 6, 2019 - 12:18 am

Can I ask which town is the one with the restaurants and the yellow building?

SherAugust 6, 2019 - 2:02 am

Hi Jinah – Sorry, I’m not sure which photo you are referring to. If you pin it to Pinterest and send me the link, or screenshot it and DM me on IG, I can try to identify the town!

Kristin NusbickelAugust 11, 2019 - 7:09 am

We just returned from Laglio where we stayed in a villa it had a beautiful view and was air conditioned. I really loved Laglio because it was convenient to shopping at Bennett’s and you could take a ferry or boat to every location. We explored most of the towns. The pizza in Tremezzo was so good! I don’t remember the name of the restaurant but it had a long yellow and white striped canopy along the outdoor portion. We went into Lugano Switzerland which was awesome and not far, as well as Morgote, and hiked to the top of a hill to explore the ancient church there and wound up getting stuck in a violent thunderstorm. It is just beautiful there but it much calmer than Como. I think there’s more happening in Como though.