Best Hotels in Britain, and Ireland

Drommoland Castle, one of Ireland’s finest castle hotels, offers guests the experience of living like landed gentry, surrounded by luxury, beauty and service. Dromoland is one of the few estates tracing its history to native Gaelic Irish families of royal heritage. Today, blending old world elegance with modern day comforts, the castle serves as one of the most desired destinations in Europe. Dromoland Castle encourages its guests to explore the woodlands by foot or horseback nearby stables offer horse riding lessons. Guests can also spend time fishing at Dromoland Lake for trout or perch. On the castle’s 375-acre estate, guests can enjoy numerous activities including hunting, fishing, horseback riding, golf, tennis and much more. Through your bedroom window, the grounds of the estate are spread magnificently before your eyes.

Photo: Dromoland Castle hotel Ireland

The Old Course Hotel enjoys a spectacular location overlooking the famous links courses, the West Sands beach and the beautiful Scottish coastline. Discover the historic university town of St Andrews, just a short stroll from the resort, and explore the surrounding countryside of the ancient Kingdom of Fife.  With a combination of classically elegant and contemporary interiors, the hotel offers quietly confident service, luxurious facilities and a warm welcome in the finest traditions of Scottish hospitality. This prestigious five-star hotel has 144 rooms including 35 suites and is recognised as one of Europe’s leading resorts.

The Old Course Hotel offers an exceptional choice of bars and restaurants from the chic informality of the Sands Grill to the fine dining in the acclaimed Road Hole Fine Dining Restaurant. In addition, the hotel’s traditional pub The Jigger Inn serves fine home cooked food and The Duke’s Bar & Grill offers a traditional Scottish golfers’ menu.  And their award winning Road Hole Bar offers Scotland’s finest malt whiskies from over 200 distilleries!

Photo: Golf course at the Old Course Hotel

Isle of  Eriska Hotel, Spa, and Island, Benderloch, Argyll Situated on the scenic west coast of Scotland, Eriska´s secluded setting makes it the perfect place to relax in tranquil surroundings. There is a range of individually decorated bedrooms to choose from, furnished with every amenity. Enjoy spectacular views and delicious cuisine in the Conservatory Restaurant, take a pre or post drink in the luxurious drawing room. Work out, grab a snack or treat yourself to a pampering session at The Stables Spa. If you are feeling really energetic, you can choose from a host of outdoor activities around the island!


9 thoughts on “Best Hotels in Britain, and Ireland

  1. Hi,
    I would love to stay in a castle, I think that would really be an experience, just walk the grounds and the building and try to imagine what life must of been like actually living there in centuries past.

    Unfortunately not all the photos showed up for me, but I am using IE 8, it is a terrible browser, most of the time, especially in the last couple of weeks for some reason, but I would have to say I really liked the 1st castle, it sort of reminds me a bit of the castles in some fairytales. 🙂

    • Hi Mags! Aww no..I hope they do, I’m sorry to hear that 😦 I wish I could show them to you. I totally agree with you!! They are all beautiful castles. This makes me want to jump into a plane and fly to Ireland and stay at these beautiful places. Maybe when I retire I can plan my trip here 😉

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