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Featured Pet-Friendly Property – Lough Inagh Lodge Hotel, Connemara

PotW-LoughInaghSet amidst the most spectacular Connemara scenery in Ireland, and an ideal base to tour the areas famous beauty spots is our featured property, the Lough Inagh Lodge Hotel. With sights such as the Twelve Bens Mountain Range, Connemara National Park, and the renowned Kylemore Abbey, it’s not too hard to imagine yourself relaxing with a drink and enjoying the sights from their oak-panelled bar.

>> Check out the Lough Inagh Lodge Hotel

The hotel offers all the comforts and pleasures of an elegant, modern hotel in an old-world atmosphere.  You can enjoy your morning coffee or  afternoon tea while reading a book in the sitting room.  Also, their comfortable, spacious bedrooms have spectacular views over Lough Inagh and The Twelve Bens mountains. All of their 13 rooms (4 deluxe and 9 superior) have en-suites and are elegantly furnished.  Each room also has a television set and a comfortable seating area.  Additionally, Wi-Fi and broadband are available in certain areas of the hotel. Also, an interesting fact, each of the rooms is named after a famous Irish wordsmith.

The hotels very own dog

The hotel's very own dog

All pets are welcomed but you’re advised to bring your own pet bed or blanket, water bowl, and pet food to the hotel.  Pets are allowed in the Front Lounges. The only restriction that the hotel has is that pets aren't allowed in areas of the hotel where food is served.  But please book and notify them of the situation prior to your arrival.

If you’re looking to keep active or just things to do around the area, you’ll be spoiled for choice. Enjoy peaceful surroundings while you fish in Lough Inagh, try pony trekking at Cleggan or head to Kylemore Abbey and Victorian Walled Garden to learn about the Benedictine Order of Nuns, who’ve been settled in the area since the 1920’s. There are also cycle and walking routes, heritage centres, and adventure parks nearby.

To check out Lough Inagh Lodge Hotel simply click on the image below.

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