Railway Lodge is a unique bed & breakfast situated at the gateway to Connemara & close to the disused Galway to Clifden railway line. The Lodge was built to have old world charm with all modern amenities. Stunning scenery from all rooms.
Railway Lodge has 4 bedrooms to accommodate guests, all rooms have ensuite and are furnished with antique pine furniture. The beds are dressed with cotton linens and all orthopedic mattresses.
Breakfast is served in the dining room and/or the conservatory. Breakfast consists cereals, home baked breads/scones/banana bread, a choice of hot breakfast. Freshly squeezed orange, leaf tea and freshly brewed coffee.
All guests are free to sit in the main sitting room where a log fire is lighting in the chilly evening, the conservatory is a beautiful room to sit and read or just relax after a day of touring/exploring the countryside.
Interaction with Guests
We are here at all time, this is our home so we are always here to welcome the guests and share our love /knowledge of the area with our guests. Also have a cup or tea on arrival.
Connemara is a special and magical place no matter what time of the day or month, the seasons bring their own beauty and we never tire of the beauty that is Connemara,
A car is a good option as public transport does not service the rural areas, to get to off the beaten track a car would be the best choice. Public transport is available to the village where we are happy to collect you. You can walk or hire a bicycle.
Other Things to Note
The Lodge is centrally located and is a great base for touring Connemara, Aran Islands, Burren, Kylemore Abbey, Clifden, Roundstone and much more.
The Lodge is non smoking, we are happy to welcome pets who bring their own bed and behave.
All guests are always respectful of other guests, we are a small family home so its an intimate experience.
Stay here and you could give this host their first review!
I love managing my Country Home and meeting guests from all parts or the world. I love sharing my knowledge of the local area and hearing about their home lands. It is always a privilege to meet new people and engage in sharing stories and information.