Hotels in Ireland
A minimalist glass structure nearly 200 yards long overlooking the Bantry Bay.
The 18th-century former Jameson whiskey family estate—known as the Still—could hardly have anticipated its latest incarnation. Glass corridors now link the stone manse with a polished new spa. Guests can detoxify in the salt grotto and Swedish log sauna or have a caviar facial.
You’ll find more than 800 years of history and decoration at Waterford Castle, as evidenced by the Jacobian-style antiques and original tapestries that dress its great halls and foyers. Country-house style and elegant décor are throughout the castle’s five suites and 14 deluxe guest rooms.
Chef Myrtle Allen's 1964 Ballymaloe House proved that Irish farmhouse cooking could garner worldwide critical acclaim and launched Ireland's food revolution.
Classic Victorian hotel located along the Ring of Kerry overlooking Kenmare Bay, with the Samas Spa, Ireland's top wellness center (thanks to its comprehensive fitness, dining, and therapeutic programming).
Located on the coast of Portmarnock, also known as the Velvet Strand, this hotel was originally built in 1847 as a private mansion for the Jameson Whiskey family.
This 19th-century château, a 30-minute drive west of Dublin, epitomizes an authentic Irish countryside escape.
Justin Green, the fourth generation of Greens to live at this enormous Italianate country property, runs the place with his wife, Jenny, in a comfortably homey style - a friendly cat stretched out on the bench of the grand piano, spaniels and children scampering about - but with a deluxe and vagu
It may be something of an eyesore from the outside (with a hospitalesque brick building that was panned by architecture critics when it opened in 2001), but the characteristically luxurious Four Seasons property has some of the largest and best-appointed guest rooms in town.