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Welcome to Dromoland Castle

A hideaway for all seasons

Ireland’s most magical address, Dromoland Castle has been welcoming guests since the 16th century. The ancestral home of the O’Briens of Dromoland, whose lineage dates back 1,000 years to Brian Boru, one of the last High Kings of Ireland, we’ve got nobility and hospitality in our DNA.

From the imposing baronial façade to our startling interiors, you’ll find a world of historic grandeur underpinned by the finest modern comforts. With lavish decor, indulgent dining, fabulous views and magnificent bedrooms, this is a place to feel at home.

Behind our warm Irish welcome is the belief that every guest is royalty. Stroll the 450-acre estate. Tee off on our world class golf course. Take afternoon tea by a roaring fire. Relax in our intimate spa. Enjoy delicious cuisine. No matter what your preference, at Dromoland Castle there’s no escaping the sense that you are walking in the shadows of kings.

The pinnacle of excellence, come in the knowledge that all your expectations will be met. A remarkable retreat with an easy elegance, it’s time to make Dromoland Castle a part of your story.

Stay at Dromoland

It’s time to make Dromoland Castle a part of your story

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Family Midterm Break

Pack Your Bags and come away to explore the castles 450-acre estate, this Midterm. Enjoy a 2 night Family Package in our Deluxe Family Rooms.

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Castle & Cliffs Experience

Explore the magic of the Wild Atlantic Way with a day tour including The Cliffs of Moher.

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Romance Is In The Air

Romance is never far away at the stunning Dromoland Castle. Enjoy a two-night luxurious getaway with your loved one including afternoon tea, a bottle of Champagne and an estate activity.

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Trace Your Roots

Dig into your own Irish Heritage with our resident Genealogist, Lorna Moloney. Use the findings to map out your trip around Ireland.

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Indulge & Delight

Celebrate with the one you love with an overnight stay at Dromoland Castle. Our Indulge and Delight Package makes sure that your visit to us is a memorable one.

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Two Night Escape

Enjoy a two night Stay at the Castle and dine at the Castle on a night of your choice.

Foraging Experience for Guests

Reconnect With Nature

Enjoy a culinary exploration of Ireland’s edible landscape through foraging walks. Walks are individually tailored by County Clare horticulture tutor and guide, whose bountiful local knowledge inevitably leads you to adventures down lesser known old Irish laneways and deserted beaches.

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Stay & Play

Enjoy a nights luxury accommodation, a play on our Championship golf course, a steak dinner in our Golf Clubhouse and a Full Irish Breakfast the following morning.

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The Perfect Proposal

Planning on a very special marriage proposal ? Allow us at Dromoland Castle set the scene for a fairy tale proposal like no other.

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Dine & Dream

From the moment you drive through the Estate and see the castle at the end of the beautiful sweeping drive, you can be guaranteed a very special stay. Enjoy the Luxury surroundings of Dromoland Castle Hotel.

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Apartment Living

Dromoland Castle offers Apartment living with Five star Experience. At Dromoland you can expect flawless service, luxury accommodation and a comfortable atmosphere that makes you feel right at home.

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Well-being Two Night Spa Escape

Escape to Dromoland Castle for a Spa break. Where better to switch off from the modern world into this 16th Century Castle.

Milestone Celebrations

Why not join us in this magical castle and let us help you celebrate your special occasion whether it be a birthday or anniversary.

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Hawk Walks at The Castle

One-night bed and breakfast. One hour hawk walk on the estate. Fly, handle and interact with our collection of raptors and owls. Dinner in The Earl of Thomond Restaurant.

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Royal Family Falconry Experience

Treat your family to two nights family accommodation with full Irish breakfast each morning at Dromoland Castle. Enjoy a Family Falconry Experience which includes the opportunity to handle and fly the bird during your one hour family falconry experience.

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"Renowned for our award-winning cuisine, Executive Head Chef David McCann has been impressing guests for over 20 years with his elegant and delicious cooking."

"The ultimate indulgence for the weary traveller, our tranquil sanctuary offers intimate and serene escapism within 16th century castle walls. "

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This is Dromoland Castle,
and we have been waiting
a millennium to greet you!

See Our History

And then we go an

extra mile more – there’s space

enough around here!

We make every moment
at visitor spends at
Dromoland Castle an
experience of past,
present & future

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There are many fine dining restaurants in Ireland,

but nowhere quite like The Earl of Thomond.

This is where the
lifestyle of today meets
the real Ireland of the past

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We’ve always excelled at

the finer things in life.

We’ve got nobility &
hospitality in our DNA

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A world of historic grandeur

underpinned by the finest

modern comforts.

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A truly Irish experience
that continues to nourish
the spirit long after
you’ve left

View Golf

One of the finest parkland

courses in Ireland

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We’re the dream weavers.

The romantics.

The perfectionists.

Through Your Eyes

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The main Castle at Dromoland was built by the 4th Baronet of Dromoland, Sir Edward II, a grandson of Sir Lucius O’Brien. In the early 1820s, Sir Edward II invited English Architects, the Pain Brothers to submit some designs for the Castle. The brothers submitted some classical designs but Sir Edward chose one of their John Nash inspired neo-gothic designs. 
 James and George Richard Pain had been pupils of John Nash who famously designed Marble Arch & Buckingham Palace. 
 
Work on the high Gothic-styled dark blue limestone walled Castle began around 1822 and cost of cutting and hauling the stone from the nearby quarry on the Dromoland Estate was more than £80,000 Irish punts, a huge amount in Georgian times. 
Sir Edward II had married well and it is believed that his wife Charlotte Smiths inherited wealth was probably essential in covering the construction costs for their new castle.
The building was completed in 1835.

The designers - Samuel Lewis writing in 1837 described Dromoland as: 
 
"A superb edifice in the castellated style, lately erected on the site of the ancient mansion, and surrounded by an extensive and richly wooded demesne, in which great improvements have recently been made".

#MyDromoland #DromolandCastle #CastleHotel #HistoricalHotel #CastleHotels #HistoryTours #Castle #IrishHistory #Ireland

The main Castle at Dromoland was built by the 4th Baronet of Dromoland, Sir Edward II, a grandson of Sir Lucius O’Brien. In the early 1820s, Sir Edward II invited English Architects, the Pain Brothers to submit some designs for the Castle. The brothers submitted some classical designs but Sir Edward chose one of their John Nash inspired neo-gothic designs.
James and George Richard Pain had been pupils of John Nash who famously designed Marble Arch & Buckingham Palace.

Work on the high Gothic-styled dark blue limestone walled Castle began around 1822 and cost of cutting and hauling the stone from the nearby quarry on the Dromoland Estate was more than £80,000 Irish punts, a huge amount in Georgian times.
Sir Edward II had married well and it is believed that his wife Charlotte Smiths inherited wealth was probably essential in covering the construction costs for their new castle.
The building was completed in 1835.

The designers - Samuel Lewis writing in 1837 described Dromoland as:

"A superb edifice in the castellated style, lately erected on the site of the ancient mansion, and surrounded by an extensive and richly wooded demesne, in which great improvements have recently been made".

#MyDromoland #DromolandCastle #CastleHotel #HistoricalHotel #CastleHotels #HistoryTours #Castle #IrishHistory #Ireland
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Dromoland Castle, where fairy-tales begin. ✨
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#MyDromoland #BelieveInTravel #CountyClare #LoveIreland #KeepDiscovering #InstaIreland #IrelandDaily

Dromoland Castle, where fairy-tales begin. ✨
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#MyDromoland #BelieveInTravel #CountyClare #LoveIreland #KeepDiscovering #InstaIreland #IrelandDaily
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Every golfer dreams of playing at Dromoland Castle Golf & Country Club. Designed by Ron Kirby and JB Carr, the impressive 18-hole 6,824 yards par 72 championship course is set on the magnificent 450-acre estate of Dromoland Castle. 

We can't wait to welcome back visitors to the course from Monday, 10th May. ⛳

Book your tee-time today 🏌️‍♂️
📧 - golf@dromoland.ie 
📱 - (061) 368 444

Every golfer dreams of playing at Dromoland Castle Golf & Country Club. Designed by Ron Kirby and JB Carr, the impressive 18-hole 6,824 yards par 72 championship course is set on the magnificent 450-acre estate of Dromoland Castle.

We can't wait to welcome back visitors to the course from Monday, 10th May. ⛳

Book your tee-time today 🏌️‍♂️
📧 - golf@dromoland.ie
📱 - (061) 368 444
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Imagine pulling back the curtain of your bedroom and taking in the views of the private gardens within the Queen Anne Courtyard, built in 1736 by Sir Edward O’Brien. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
#MyDromoland #BelieveInTravel #KeepDiscovering #LoveIreland 

📷 : @blairkristine_

Imagine pulling back the curtain of your bedroom and taking in the views of the private gardens within the Queen Anne Courtyard, built in 1736 by Sir Edward O’Brien. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
#MyDromoland #BelieveInTravel #KeepDiscovering #LoveIreland

📷 : @blairkristine_
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Happy Travel Advisor Day! 🌎

As the summer season approaches and we are one step closer to reopening, the Dromoland family are more ready than ever to welcome you and your clients back to the Castle! 

📷 : @trinitashtraveller 

#MyDromoland #CountyClare #NationalTravelAdvisorDay #TravelMoments #TravelGram #KeepDiscovering #LoveIreland #InstaIreland #ThePreferredLife #VirtuosoTravel #CelebratedMoments

Happy Travel Advisor Day! 🌎

As the summer season approaches and we are one step closer to reopening, the Dromoland family are more ready than ever to welcome you and your clients back to the Castle!

📷 : @trinitashtraveller

#MyDromoland #CountyClare #NationalTravelAdvisorDay #TravelMoments #TravelGram #KeepDiscovering #LoveIreland #InstaIreland #ThePreferredLife #VirtuosoTravel #CelebratedMoments
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The best way to kick off a bank holiday Monday? 🚣‍♂️

By casting off on Dromoland  Lough for an experience you are unlikely to forget, with the added bonus of distractingly good views of Dromoland Castle as your backdrop. 

#MyDromoland #CountyClare #LoveIreland #KeepDiscovering #CastleHotel #TravelMoments #TravelGram #ThePreferredLife #VirtuosoTravel #InstaIreland

The best way to kick off a bank holiday Monday? 🚣‍♂️

By casting off on Dromoland Lough for an experience you are unlikely to forget, with the added bonus of distractingly good views of Dromoland Castle as your backdrop.

#MyDromoland #CountyClare #LoveIreland #KeepDiscovering #CastleHotel #TravelMoments #TravelGram #ThePreferredLife #VirtuosoTravel #InstaIreland
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We love spending our Sunday afternoons swanning around, don’t you? 🦢🦢

#MyDromoland #CountyClare #GolfIreland #LoveIreland #FillYourHeartWithIreland #CastleHotel #InstaTravel #CastlesOfInstagram #BucketListTravel #Ireland

We love spending our Sunday afternoons swanning around, don’t you? 🦢🦢

#MyDromoland #CountyClare #GolfIreland #LoveIreland #FillYourHeartWithIreland #CastleHotel #InstaTravel #CastlesOfInstagram #BucketListTravel #Ireland
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𝐻𝑖𝑝 ℎ𝑖𝑝 ℎ𝑜𝑜𝑟𝑎𝑦! 🎉

Sound the trumpets. Shout from the turrets. Lower the drawbridge…

DROMOLAND CASTLE IS REOPENING ON JUNE 2ND!

(Okay, so we don’t actually have a drawbridge, but we are more than a little excited!)

So, dust off your suitcases and start counting the days until you return to magical, marvellous Dromoland Castle.

"𝐶𝑜𝑚𝑒 𝑇𝑜𝑔𝑒𝑡ℎ𝑒𝑟" at the Castle, start planning your Summer stay by clicking the link in our bio! 🎶

Or, if you need a little "𝐻𝑒𝑙𝑝", talk to a human by calling us on 
(061) 368 144. 

#MyDromoland #Reopening #CountyClare #TheBeatles #LoveIreland #ThePreferredLife #WhenWeTravelAgain #DiscoverIreland #KeepDiscovering #InstaIreland #IrelandDaily #BucketListTravel #LongingForIreland #Ireland #CastlesOfInstagram #CastleHotel

𝐻𝑖𝑝 ℎ𝑖𝑝 ℎ𝑜𝑜𝑟𝑎𝑦! 🎉

Sound the trumpets. Shout from the turrets. Lower the drawbridge…

DROMOLAND CASTLE IS REOPENING ON JUNE 2ND!

(Okay, so we don’t actually have a drawbridge, but we are more than a little excited!)

So, dust off your suitcases and start counting the days until you return to magical, marvellous Dromoland Castle.

"𝐶𝑜𝑚𝑒 𝑇𝑜𝑔𝑒𝑡ℎ𝑒𝑟" at the Castle, start planning your Summer stay by clicking the link in our bio! 🎶

Or, if you need a little "𝐻𝑒𝑙𝑝", talk to a human by calling us on
(061) 368 144.

#MyDromoland #Reopening #CountyClare #TheBeatles #LoveIreland #ThePreferredLife #WhenWeTravelAgain #DiscoverIreland #KeepDiscovering #InstaIreland #IrelandDaily #BucketListTravel #LongingForIreland #Ireland #CastlesOfInstagram #CastleHotel
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Summer sunset scenes at the Castle! 🌅

📷 : @db_couper

#MyDromoland #CountyClare #Sunset #LoveIreland #CastlesOfInstagram #KeepDiscovering #LongingForIreland #WhenWeTravelAgain #IrelandDaily #InstaIreland #ThePreferredLife

Summer sunset scenes at the Castle! 🌅

📷 : @db_couper

#MyDromoland #CountyClare #Sunset #LoveIreland #CastlesOfInstagram #KeepDiscovering #LongingForIreland #WhenWeTravelAgain #IrelandDaily #InstaIreland #ThePreferredLife
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Summer sunset scenes at the Castle! 🌅

📷 : @db_couper

#MyDromoland #CountyClare #Sunset #LoveIreland #CastlesOfInstagram #KeepDiscovering #LongingForIreland #WhenWeTravelAgain #IrelandDaily #InstaIreland #ThePreferredLife #CelebratedMoments

Summer sunset scenes at the Castle! 🌅

📷 : @db_couper

#MyDromoland #CountyClare #Sunset #LoveIreland #CastlesOfInstagram #KeepDiscovering #LongingForIreland #WhenWeTravelAgain #IrelandDaily #InstaIreland #ThePreferredLife #CelebratedMoments
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Summer sunset scenes at the Castle! 🌅

📷 : @db_couper 

#MyDromoland #CountyClare #Sunset #LoveIreland #CastlesOfInstagram #KeepDiscovering #LongingForIreland #WhenWeTravelAgain #IrelandDaily #InstaIreland

Summer sunset scenes at the Castle! 🌅

📷 : @db_couper

#MyDromoland #CountyClare #Sunset #LoveIreland #CastlesOfInstagram #KeepDiscovering #LongingForIreland #WhenWeTravelAgain #IrelandDaily #InstaIreland
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Did you know that we have a 200 year old “Monterey Cypress” tree – our “Macracarpa” proudly standing over 45 meters tall in the middle of the 18th fairway at Dromoland Castle Golf Club?

 
At first sight, it seems strange that trees normally only found on the Monterey Peninsula in California, a place of hot, dry summer, should grow in cool damp Ireland.

But as they say, “the proof is in the pudding” and over the centuries our tall, imposing tree has survived many battles, raging storms and bolts of lightning. However, today it has another battle on its “branches” as it once again becomes the nemesis for many of our golfers as they take on the 18th green and return to our rich fairways.
 
Over the last four months, we have spread over 1,000 tonnes of sand on our course and more than 5,500 hours of hard work has gone in to pruning, hollow coring and improving our course in preparation for this very day, to swing back our Castle gates and welcome back our golfers.

#MyDromoland #DromolandGolf #ReturnToGolf #CountyClare #IrishGolf #GolfIreland #DestinationGolf

Did you know that we have a 200 year old “Monterey Cypress” tree – our “Macracarpa” proudly standing over 45 meters tall in the middle of the 18th fairway at Dromoland Castle Golf Club?


At first sight, it seems strange that trees normally only found on the Monterey Peninsula in California, a place of hot, dry summer, should grow in cool damp Ireland.

But as they say, “the proof is in the pudding” and over the centuries our tall, imposing tree has survived many battles, raging storms and bolts of lightning. However, today it has another battle on its “branches” as it once again becomes the nemesis for many of our golfers as they take on the 18th green and return to our rich fairways.

Over the last four months, we have spread over 1,000 tonnes of sand on our course and more than 5,500 hours of hard work has gone in to pruning, hollow coring and improving our course in preparation for this very day, to swing back our Castle gates and welcome back our golfers.

#MyDromoland #DromolandGolf #ReturnToGolf #CountyClare #IrishGolf #GolfIreland #DestinationGolf
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What better way to mark #𝐸𝑎𝑟𝑡ℎ𝐷𝑎𝑦 than by celebrating the promotion of our own Arek Gduliński, to a new full-time position on Dromoland Estate as 𝑆𝑢𝑠𝑡𝑎𝑖𝑛𝑎𝑏𝑖𝑙𝑖𝑡𝑦 𝑂𝑓𝑓𝑖𝑐𝑒𝑟. 

The creation of this role marks an exciting new chapter in our green journey, as we carve out the future of the estate that we call home, creating moments of happiness in harmony with nature, for guests and colleagues alike. 

Today we held our first Sustainability Summit of 2021, welcoming our team to join us virtually as we discussed the next steps in our sustainable journey. 

“We do not inherit the Earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children.”

#MyDromoland #CountyClare #Sustainability #SustainableTravel #BeyondGreen #OurGreenJourney #ResponsibleTravel #Ecotourism

What better way to mark #𝐸𝑎𝑟𝑡ℎ𝐷𝑎𝑦 than by celebrating the promotion of our own Arek Gduliński, to a new full-time position on Dromoland Estate as 𝑆𝑢𝑠𝑡𝑎𝑖𝑛𝑎𝑏𝑖𝑙𝑖𝑡𝑦 𝑂𝑓𝑓𝑖𝑐𝑒𝑟.

The creation of this role marks an exciting new chapter in our green journey, as we carve out the future of the estate that we call home, creating moments of happiness in harmony with nature, for guests and colleagues alike.

Today we held our first Sustainability Summit of 2021, welcoming our team to join us virtually as we discussed the next steps in our sustainable journey.

“We do not inherit the Earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children.”

#MyDromoland #CountyClare #Sustainability #SustainableTravel #BeyondGreen #OurGreenJourney #ResponsibleTravel #Ecotourism
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Did you know we have three bee boles built into the east facing wall of our Walled Gardens? 🐝🍯

A bee bole is a cavity or alcove in a wall or a separate free-standing structure set against a wall (the Scots word 'bole' means a recess in a wall). A skep, or straw beehive, was placed inside the bee bole. Before the development of modern bee hives bee boles were a practical way of keeping bees, although most beekeepers kept their skeps in the open covered by, for example, old pots, or sacking. The bee bole helped to keep the wind and rain away from the skep and the bees living inside. The ultimate purpose of a bee skep was to house bees so that honey could be obtained; however, they were often also used to ensure  pollination of fruit trees, etc. This explains why bee boles are frequently found in walled and flower gardens belonging to country houses such as Dromoland. The eighteenth and nineteenth centuries were the heyday of bee bole construction, and the shapes of old bee boles can be seen in walls on large country house estates throughout Ireland and Britain.

#MyDromoland #CountyClare #WalledGardens #HistoricalHotel #ThePreferredLife #LoveIreland #Sustainability #SustainableTravel #BeyondGreen #ResponsibleTravel #Ecotourism

Did you know we have three bee boles built into the east facing wall of our Walled Gardens? 🐝🍯

A bee bole is a cavity or alcove in a wall or a separate free-standing structure set against a wall (the Scots word 'bole' means a recess in a wall). A skep, or straw beehive, was placed inside the bee bole. Before the development of modern bee hives bee boles were a practical way of keeping bees, although most beekeepers kept their skeps in the open covered by, for example, old pots, or sacking. The bee bole helped to keep the wind and rain away from the skep and the bees living inside. The ultimate purpose of a bee skep was to house bees so that honey could be obtained; however, they were often also used to ensure pollination of fruit trees, etc. This explains why bee boles are frequently found in walled and flower gardens belonging to country houses such as Dromoland. The eighteenth and nineteenth centuries were the heyday of bee bole construction, and the shapes of old bee boles can be seen in walls on large country house estates throughout Ireland and Britain.

#MyDromoland #CountyClare #WalledGardens #HistoricalHotel #ThePreferredLife #LoveIreland #Sustainability #SustainableTravel #BeyondGreen #ResponsibleTravel #Ecotourism
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We are delighted to have been nominated for Travel + Leisure's World Best Awards 2021!

Our team would be honoured if you would take a brief moment to vote for Dromoland Castle in the 2021 Travel + Leisure World’s Best Awards survey.

Cast your vote by clicking the link in our bio! 🗳️✨

#MyDromoland #TravelandLeisure #WorldsBest

We are delighted to have been nominated for Travel + Leisure's World Best Awards 2021!

Our team would be honoured if you would take a brief moment to vote for Dromoland Castle in the 2021 Travel + Leisure World’s Best Awards survey.

Cast your vote by clicking the link in our bio! 🗳️✨

#MyDromoland #TravelandLeisure #WorldsBest
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Many of you will have had the pleasure of meeting Marie Chawke, our Director of Business Development and a key member of Dromoland Castle since 2017.

Energetic, hard working and much-loved, on August 26th 2020 Marie was diagnosed with Stage Three hormone cancer. Determined to weather the storm with her upbeat attitude, she began a course of fortnightly chemotherapy that ran from September through to December 17th. “Keeping a good positive frame of mind was key,” Marie explains. “I always felt and told myself that I was going to get better and had my wonderful team of doctors telling me I was going to get better.” Marie acknowledges that she was also surrounded by an incredible support network of family, friends and colleagues.

This Friday, Marie reaches an important milestone as she completes her final radiotherapy session. The whole Dromoland Castle family is so proud of our fearless friend and colleague, as expressed by our General Manager, Mark Nolan. “Marie, you have dealt with your illness with grace, poise and that great determination and zest for life that you show at every opportunity. We are fortunate to have you as one of our most valued members of the team and are very grateful for all you do for us. As you round the last hurdle, we will celebrate together as we all get back to doing what we do best. Keep well and thank you.”

Click the link in our bio to read Marie’s full story! 💕

Many of you will have had the pleasure of meeting Marie Chawke, our Director of Business Development and a key member of Dromoland Castle since 2017.

Energetic, hard working and much-loved, on August 26th 2020 Marie was diagnosed with Stage Three hormone cancer. Determined to weather the storm with her upbeat attitude, she began a course of fortnightly chemotherapy that ran from September through to December 17th. “Keeping a good positive frame of mind was key,” Marie explains. “I always felt and told myself that I was going to get better and had my wonderful team of doctors telling me I was going to get better.” Marie acknowledges that she was also surrounded by an incredible support network of family, friends and colleagues.

This Friday, Marie reaches an important milestone as she completes her final radiotherapy session. The whole Dromoland Castle family is so proud of our fearless friend and colleague, as expressed by our General Manager, Mark Nolan. “Marie, you have dealt with your illness with grace, poise and that great determination and zest for life that you show at every opportunity. We are fortunate to have you as one of our most valued members of the team and are very grateful for all you do for us. As you round the last hurdle, we will celebrate together as we all get back to doing what we do best. Keep well and thank you.”

Click the link in our bio to read Marie’s full story! 💕
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Dromoland Castle is the perfect spot for a memorable family holiday. You can indulge in the best of country pursuits such as falconry and archery, while enjoying the finest of Irish hospitality. From laid back strolls and gentle cycling to horse trekking, tennis and 18 challenging holes of golf, you won’t need to leave our grounds to have fun.

📷 : @themrsgibby

#MyDromoland #CountyClare #FamilyTravel #WhenWeTravelAgain #LoveIreland #KeepDiscovering

Dromoland Castle is the perfect spot for a memorable family holiday. You can indulge in the best of country pursuits such as falconry and archery, while enjoying the finest of Irish hospitality. From laid back strolls and gentle cycling to horse trekking, tennis and 18 challenging holes of golf, you won’t need to leave our grounds to have fun.

📷 : @themrsgibby

#MyDromoland #CountyClare #FamilyTravel #WhenWeTravelAgain #LoveIreland #KeepDiscovering
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