Lough Eske Castle
Lough Eske Castle overview
Guests are spoilt for choice with 97 spacious 5-star rooms and suites, with each complementing the restoration of the castle whilst remaining sensitive to its history. Room options range from Courtyard Suites which were converted from the old stables to contemporary garden suites and those looking for the height of luxury the Castle Rooms and Suites.
Restaurant & Bars
Cedars Restaurant is the premier dining option, with a magnificent setting and fine cuisine, whilst The Gallery Bar and Lobby is the perfect chilled hang out with a bistro-style menu. Alternatively, guests can indulge in history whilst enjoying a drink and bite to eat in The Father Browne Bar, which displays over 200 of the greatest images taken by the extraordinary Father ‘Titanic’ Browne.
Spa & Leisure
To complete the 5-star experience, body and mind can be restored in the CARA Organic Beauty Spa which comprises of 7 treatment rooms, a thermal suite and infinity pool.
Did You Know
Father Browne is generally considered to be Ireland's most important photographer of the twentieth century. Often known as 'Father Browne of the Titanic', due to the fact he was ordered to ‘get off that ship’ prior to the final leg of the voyage.
Disembarking at Cobh ensured international fame when, following the tragedy of the sinking of the Titanic, his photographs were published on front pages all around the world. Over 200 of his greatest images are displayed in the Father Browne Bar at Lough Eske Castle.