Moy House Hotels 4 Star

Lahinch, Co Clare
Phone: 065-7082800
Email: moyhouse@eircom.net
Web: www.moyhouse.com


  • Luxury Country House member of Irelands Blue Book
  • 45 minute drive from Shannon Air-port
  • Nearby Attractions Cliffs of Moher, wonderful Burren Region, Ailwee Caves
  • Golf at Lahinch Championship Course and Greg Norman designed Doonbeg
  • Horseback riding / Surfing and Burren Walking
  • Day trips to the Aran Islands from nearby Doolin
  • Awards / Accolades: Voted 100 Best Places to Stay in Ireland 2012 – The Bridgestone Guide
  • Listed “50 Best Romantic Places” Travel and Leisure Magazine
  • 2 AA Rosettes for Culinary Excellence 2012
  • Former Country House of the Year – Georgina Campbell


Moy House was originally built in the mid-18th Century as home to Sir Augustine Fitzgerald. In its majestic splendour, the house prevails over the breathtaking Lahinch Bay, set on 15 acres of grounds adorned by mature woodland and a picturesque river. Major restoration has transformed this Country House in keeping with present day expectations of superior standards, yet preserving its unique character, style and ambience.

Now with its mix of contemporary and classical elegance today's modern traveller can enjoy luxurious surroundings with natural and warm hospitality. "An elegant country house with the air of a small luxury hotel” the only difference is you'll feel at home!

Enjoy watching theever-changing view of the ocean from our conservatory candlelit restaurant as the sun sets on the sea as you enjoy fine cooking. For dinner, Our chef Gerard O'Connor will be serving one of his special tasting menus which offer small portions of several dishes as he plans on treating you to some of his signature dishes while taking advantage of fresh seasonal ingredients from local suppliers, it’s a wonderful dining experience. Reservations and dietary requirements required in advance.

The residential ambience is complemented by a number of private spaces dispersed throughout the house; from the traditional Drawing room to the Zen-feel of the Lower library area offer internet access.

From the aroma of dinner bread baking on arrival to the kitchen being open and welcoming for all guests during their stay Moy certainly reflects being a true “home from home”. Dinner is an intimate affair in our conservatory restaurant being unobtrusive yet efficient service. Freshly picked herbs from the garden and locally produced produce all invigorate what is a gourmet dining experience to remember, and breakfast in the morning ensures guests to vow to return!


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