3 STAR hotel in Renvyle, located on the Wild Atlantic Way, this is Ireland's most beautiful seaside location. With modern bedrooms & superb Restaurant. A Warm welcome and a hearty Irish Breakfast assured.
The Maol Reidh Hotel is a charming small hotel set in the picturesque village of Tullycross on Connemara's rugged West coast, part of the Wild Atlantic Way. This family run Three Star hotel boasts modern spacious en suite bedrooms, a stylish restaurant with Award Winning chef, and a cosy bar and lounge. The hotel prides itself on it's excellent cuisine and personal caring service.
The hotel has 12 bedrooms in total, Size of bedrooms varies Double or Twin sleeps two people, Triple (has 1 Double Bed and one Single Bed) Family room has 1 Double bed, one single bed and one child's bed. Extra childs bed and cots for babies also available. There is no charge for babies under 3 years old. All rooms have ensuite bathrooms.
As well as the Maol Reidh Hotel the village of Tullycross is famous for it’s thatched cottages and two lively traditional Irish pubs. Ten minutes drive from the nearest white sandy beach, one of the many beaches in the area as featured in The Quiet Man movie.With Connemara National Park, Killary Fjord and Kylemore Abbey close by the hotel is an ideal base for sightseeing and exploring, walking, mountain climbing, scuba diving, horse riding and fishing.ou are guaranteed a great dinning experience in the Maol Reidh Hotel restaruant. Let our chef tempt you with his renowned Connemara lamb, fresh Killary Harbour Mussels, Renvyle scallops and fresh local produce. All complimented by a carefully chosen wine list. After dinner relax by a peat fire or have a (email hidden).
Restaurant, Bar, Lounge. FREE Wi Fi access
Interaction with Guests
Hotel renowned for friendly helpful staff. Hotel has a 24 hour reception desk.
The pretty village of Tullycross is renowned for its warm welcome to visitors. The thatched cottages in the village give it a very traditional feel. Set on the Wild Atlantic Way and surrounded by the Twelve Bens mountains the village is just 10 minutes drive or a short walk from the coast.Guests can wander to the two traditional Irish pubs in the village.
Hire car is recommended, public transport very limited.
Other Things to Note
The room advertised is a double room with 1 kingsize bed, if you require twin room with two single beds please state on reservation, price the same. All prices includes Full Irish breakfast. There is facility to make tea and coffee in the rooms. A wide variety of food available both in restaurant and Bar. Wine, Guinness, and all other beverages available.
No smoking in bedrooms or public areas, however we do have a good smoking area just off our bar.
No pets allowed.
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We are Monica and Jack and count ourselves very luck to live in this beautiful and unique part of the world. Together we own and run the Maol Reidh Hotel. We have been involved in the hospitality industry for many years. Our dream was aways to own a small family hotel. In 2002 we purchased a site close to our home and built this hotel which comprises of 12 guest bedrooms, a restaurant and bar. Since opening to the public in 2003 we have welcomed many, many happy guests. Our wish is to create a warm and welcoming space where our guests can relax and feel at home, while also enjoying the comforts of a modern hotel. One of us is always around to see that everything runs smoothly assisted by our wonderful caring staff. In our restaurant we offer a wide choice of food to suit all tastes and pockets. We use only the best produce which we choose with our chef for its quality and freshness.
When we are not busy running the hotel we like to spend time with our large and ever increasing family. Every year during the low season we treat ourselves to a long holiday in the sun. Jack loves water sports and the great outdoors, I love art, and have some nice original pieces of art in the hotel. Connemara is a haven for artists and we like to support the local art community by hosting exhibitions and displaying their work.