Renvyle House is a historic country house hotel, situated in the wild splendour of Connemara on the shores of the Wild Atlantic Way.
The hotel is located on 150 acres which include a private lake, 1km of beach, woodlands and gardens. Over several centuries, Renvyle House has been built, pulled down, rebuilt, burned to ashes and rebuilt once again. A chieftain of one of the oldest and most powerful Gaelic clans in Connacht once lived here.
It was also the home of poet, Statesman and surgeon Oliver St. John Gogarty (Buck Mulligan of James Joyce's "Ulysses") and, since becoming a country house hotel in 1883, Renvyle House has played host to many famous people - Augustus John, Lady Gregory, Yeats and Churchill among them. Leisure facilities include golf, tennis, swimming, boating, fly-fishing, snooker, boating, fishing, lawn bowls, croquet and clay pigeon shooting are just some of the options that you will find at Renvyle House Hotel. It is still a family owned and operated hotel being in the Coyle family since 1952.
It is also located on the Connemara Loop and has wonderful walking and cycling routes throughout an area that hosts a vast National Park.