Rathsallagh is a Blue Book House and was converted from Queen Anne stables into living accommodation after the original house was burnt out during the rebellion of 1798. Today, and to compliment the award winning restaurant there are 29 luxurious bedrooms at Rathsallagh, all en-suite and all individually named and decorated. See our Guest Reviews
Most have walk in showers and double ended baths ( try our bath menu ) and under floor heating, all have bath robes, DVD players with a video library at reception and free intent access. For a walk through of the property and bed rooms.
For some independent reviews of Rathsallagh why not have a look at these sites:
- Luxury Experience – Editorials on luxury products.
- Hotel Reviews Ireland – The Best Places to Stay in Ireland.
- Food & Wine
Check out our Weekend & Midweek packages for January, February and March, also our very special Easter Weekend offers. Blue Book Vouchers accepted against all offer.s .
To get a feel for the rooms themselves you only have to read some of the quotes of those who have stayed in them. -“My bedroom overlooked rolling lawns and ancient oaks. The bed was the size of a croquet lawn.”– Alan Bestic, The Sunday Telegraph – in The Blue Room.
“Opening French doors from our spacious en-suite room, I stepped out into the beauty of an eighteenth-century Irish walled garden, to be overwhelmed by the scent of Philadelphus Belle Etoile.”– The English Garden -in The Rose Cottage.
“The Country House visit unfolded like a fantasy. You could stay in them forever and recuperate from your everyday life.” – Mary Finnegan, Sunday Business Post – in The Half Acre.
Rathsallagh can be rented for exclusive and private use for Weddings, Conferences, Meetings and Corporate events including Golf Days