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County Roscommon, Ireland F45 H265
HOW TO FIND US
Clonalis House is located just one mile from the town of Castlerea, Co Roscommon on the N60 (Ballyhaunis Road) and the entrance, which is sign-posted, is within the town speed limits.
Please note: this is Ireland, where signposts don’t always point the right way, so you may meet an old bog road or a herd of sheep en route! Please feel free to give us a call for directions or ask a friendly face, of which there are many.
- BY CAR
- BY TRAIN
- By Air
From Dublin Airport
Approx. 2 hours 15 mins
Take the R132 to the M1 South followed by left turn onto the M50 south (Toll Rd). Travel on M50 for approx. 10km and exit left at Junction 7 N4 to Sligo/Westport/Galway. Continue straight onto M4 (Toll Rd). At Junction 11 exit left onto M6 (Toll Rd) to Athlone/Galway. Continue to Athlone and at Junction 12 exit left onto N61. Continue on N61 straight to Roscommon Town. At Roscommon Town continue on N61 to N60 Castlerea. Clonalis House is on the N60 West of Castlerea Town.
Approx. 3 hours 15 mins
From the N20, take the M20 in Limerick. Take the N18, M17 onto the M18 to Tuam, Co. Galway. At Tuam take N17 to North of Tuam onto N83 Dunmore/Ballyhaunis. Continue on R360 for 15 kms. At Williamstown take a left onto the R361 to Castlerea for 11kms. At Castlerea take a left onto N60. Clonalis House is on the N60 West of Castlerea Town.
Limerick / Shannon Airport
Take the N18, M17 onto the M18 to Tuam, Co. Galway. At Tuam take N17 to North of Tuam onto N83 Dunmore/Ballyhaunis. Continue on R360 for 15 kms. At Williamstown take a left onto the R361 to Castlerea for 11kms. At Castlerea take a left onto N60. Clonalis House is on the N60 West of Castlerea Town.
From Dublin (Heuston Station)
A daily train service connects Castlerea to Dublin. For more info visit IRISH RAIL
Ireland’s West International Airport, Knock is 30 mins from Clonalis House.
Exit the Airport and take a right onto the N17 for 3.2km. Left turn onto N83 to Ballyhaunis – stay on N83 to Castlerea.
At the moment flights to Knock include:
- Aer Lingus
- British Airways
We accept the following cards: Visa, Mastercard or Laser. We do not accept Amex.
We ask that you please keep a sensible 2m distance from others during your visit.
Join tours from 21st June-31st August (excluding some private events. Please check Facebook for details), Monday to Saturday 11am to last tour at 3.30pm. All tours are guided. Clonalis gardens are private and can only be accessed when taking a tour or staying in the guest house. *Please note, tours are currently postponed this year due to Covid-19.
Clonalis is hidden away in a secluded and tranquil estate surrounded by nature. We encourage guests to enjoy the peace and beauty of the surrounding countryside and explore the estates rolling grounds, gardens and our woodland walks.
Please don’t forget it rains (apparently) in Ireland so we would advise you bring rain jackets and comfortable walking shoes. Please take care as the woodland walk can be uneven and sometimes slippery when wet.
The Estate is home not only to you, but to an array of wildlife: pheasant, foxes, mink, red squirrels, otters and hares. Please ensure to leave no trace of your visit while following the paths and also please do not bring dogs or bicycles through the woodland walks.
We offer a variety of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks in the guest house. Guests wishing to bring their own wine to consume must do with prior consultation. A corkage charge will apply.
The courtyard at Clonalis is a peaceful setting and we would ask all our guests to be respectful of your neighbours, especially late at night.
There is also a working farm on Clonalis Estate. Pets are not allowed in Clonalis house but well behaved dogs are allowed in the cottages with an additional cleaning charge and must be kept on a lead at all times.
With a working farm on the Clonalis Estate, we accept no responsibility for any injury that the visitor could reasonably have avoided by following advice that appears on our website and signs around the estate.