10 incredible hotels in Ireland with stunning views

Our rundown of the 10 best hotels in Ireland with stunning views.

10 incredible hotels in Ireland with stunning views.

There are many Irish hotels that are absolutely fabulous but fail to match the scenic criteria. This article highlights some of the best Irish hotels that also boast fabulous views.

Here is our rundown of the top 10 hotels in Ireland with stunning views.

10. Adare Manor Hotel & Golf Resort, Co. Limerick

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Adare Manor is one of Ireland’s best five-star castle hotels.  Located within historic walls, this complex has a wide range of selling points including a 18-hole golf course, restaurant, spa, not to mention 62 amazing bedrooms, 46 three and four villas and 14 two and four bedroom houses. What an an amazing resort!

Prices: Average €652 per night

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AddressAdare, Co. Limerick, V94 W8WR, Ireland

9. Lough Eske Castle, Co. Donegal

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Lough Eske Castle is a historical castle but also a member of the Solis Hotel Group. This five-star hotel is situated just outside Donegal Town and dates back to the 15th century. It has been brilliantly upgraded to a modern five-star hotel which is built for comfort. This hotel boasts 96 rooms that provide for a wide range of people including the world-class Presidential Suite. The amazing food and facilities has allowed this location to be the perfect location for weddings. A fabulous place!

Prices: Average €314 per night

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AddressCastle, Lough Eske, Donegal, F94 HX59, Ireland

8. The K Club, Co. Kildare

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The Kildare Hotel and Country Club, also known as the K club, is one of Ireland’s best hotels and also one of the best golf resorts. Winning the AA Hotel of the Year in 2011, this hotel has a wide range of selling points which is topped off with the beautiful County Kildare surroundings.

Prices: Average €206 per night

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AddressStraffan, Co. Kildare, W23 YX53, Ireland

7. Lough Erne Resort, Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh

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Recently in 2013, the Lough Erne Resort was at the centre of World News Headlines as it played host to the G8 summit. From Obama to Putin, this hotel has provided for a wide range of guests and proven that it is world-class resort worthy of any guest. This Irish Hotel is located in front of the beautiful Lough Erne lakes and has a wide range of activities for guests to do including playing golf on a world class golf course. 

Prices: Average £212 per night

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Address193 Lough Shore Rd, Ross Inner, Enniskillen BT93 7ED

6. Parknasilla Resort & Spa, Co. Kerry

One of the best Irish hotels

This hotel has been open since 1895 and is located on the beautiful Wild Atlantic Way and also the Ring of Kerry. It is an ideal location if you like to explore the countryside and go for walks. The resort also boasts close proximity to a golf course, lakes and acres of sheer beauty. This is definitely one of the best Hotels in Ireland.

Prices: Average €325 per night

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AddressDerryquin, Parknasilla, Co. Kerry, V93 EK71, Ireland

5. Ashford Castle Hotel, Co. Mayo

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This historic hotel, dating back to the 11th-century and once owned by the Guinness factory, has been operating as a hotel since the 1930’s. Time has allowed this hotel to master hospitality and add to the spectacular views of the surrounding area.

Most of the 83 rooms in at Ashford Castle still have their original features but have been given a modern revamp which is equal to any modern five star hotel. Our personal favourite is the relaxing Jacuzzi and sauna!

Prices: Average €245 per night

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AddressAshford Castle Estate, Cong, Co. Mayo, F31 CA48, Ireland

4. Dromoland Castle Hotel, Co. Clare

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One of Ireland’s most luxurious castle-hotels is located in a beautiful location and a historic setting which was once the royal seat of the O’Brien Clan. Equipeed with its own golf course, luxurious restarant, spa, gym, swimming pool and much more, this hotel is much more than a hotel in a decent location.

Prices: Average €472 per night

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AddressDromoland, Newmarket on Fergus, Co. Clare, V95 ATD3, Ireland

3. Trump International, Doonbeg, Co. Clare

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This complex, previously known as the Lodge at Doonbeg, is in a fantastic location. The facilities here include a luxurious spa, master bedrooms, and a wonderful golf course.

It’s no surprise that American Billionaire and President Donald Trump decided to purchase this hotel and make it into a world-class hotel. The Trump International overlooks a beautiful coastline which includes a golden beach. Definitely one of the best Irish hotels.

Prices: Average €420 per night

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AddressDoughmore Bay, Doonbeg, Co. Clare, Ireland

2. Europe Hotel & Resort, Co. Kerry

One of the most scenic Irish Hotels

This hotel is located on the beautiful lakes of Killarney and boasts a beautiful view of the Kerry mountains. This five star hotel has been opened for about 50 years and ticks boxes for almost every activity you would expect for a hotel. Whether you want to relax in the spa, go for a fabulous dinner or go for one of the most scenic walks you will ever go on, this hotel will not disappoint!

Prices: Average €560 (must stay 2 nights)

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AddressFossa, Killarney, Co. Kerry, V93 KHN6, Ireland

1. Aghadoe Heights Hotel & Spa, Co. Kerry
Another amazing Irish hotel

Aghadoe Heights Hotel & Spa is a five star resort and has won many awards over the years. This Irish hotel is located overlooking the beautiful Lakes of Killarney. This amazing location along with the long list of services makes it one of Ireland’s best hotels! Just look at that view!

Prices: Average €269 per night

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AddressLakes of Killarney, Nunstown, Killarney, Co. Kerry, V93 DH59, Ireland

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