Delphi Lodge Country House

Eating Out, Accommodation, Hostels, Self Catering in Connemara

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Delphi Lodge Country House

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Delphi Lodge offers fantastic accommodation in a magical mountain setting. As soon as you walk in, the team welcomes you with open arms. Nestled in the heart of picturesque Connemara, the Cottages are all absolutely gorgeous and individually designed for the utmost comfort of guests. Surrounded by local Wildlife, you can expect a high quality stay. The atmosphere is incredible, and they all have fully equipped kitchens and impeccable facilities. You can also choose to stay for the night in the Country House hotel. With very comfy beds, a warm decor and great bathrooms, you are guaranteed a great night’s sleep. The Georgian Country House even has an outstanding lake setting. And yes! You can also learn to fish. Looking for a dining experience like no other? Look no further. Whether it is for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, they have fabulous options on the menu.The ingredients are all locally sourced and produced according to organic farming principles too.

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Contact Us

Leenane ,
Connemara, Co.Galway , H91 R5Y6





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