Western Ireland 6 night golf package
Priced From: $1,219.00
Valid to: November 30, 2018
**note currency** FROM: €1219 (low season) to €1689 (peak season)
- 6 nights accommodation: 1 at Lahinch Golf Hotel, 2 at Foyle's Hotel and 2 at Mount Falcon Estate
- Daily Irish breakfast
- 5 rounds of golf per person: Lahinch, Connemara, Carne, Enniscrone, County Sligo (Rosses Point)
- pre-booked tee times, all hotel and golf course taxes
*Golf handicap cards may be needed for golf check-in
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Mount Falcon Estate
The luxurious 4 star plus Mount Falcon Estate in Mayo is located on the west bank of the River Moy among 100 acres of magical woodlands, between Foxford and Ballina in a most beautiful part of the West of Ireland. Mount Falcon's new owners, amongst them the Maloney Family who hail from the area, visited the estate and fell in love with it. As the new owners, they have invested heavily in a refurbishment and development programme, and have at every stage ensured that the integrity and charm of the estate has been completely retained. The luxurious Wall pool and Conors Gap (named after the most famous salmon pools on Mount Falcon Fisheries) reflect the character and charm of this historic house. Both suites have been lovingly restored and enjoy all the original features which date back to 1876. The suites in this Mayo hotel boast fifteen foot high ceilings, original cornices, marble fireplaces, antique furniture and pitch pine shuttering and floors. Three bedroom lodges are also on-site allowing more room for golf groups. Also enjoy fly fishing, driving range, indoor pool, sauna, fitness room, falconry, great dining and several championship golf courses close by.
Foyle's HotelConnemara is becoming the premier location for activity holidays with it's unique and diverse landscape, ideal for walking, cycling, golf and hiking.The ideal family holiday location. Foyle's Hotel Clifden, Connemara's longest established hotel, situated in the picturesque town of Clifden, has been owned and managed by the Foyle family for nearly a century. This impressive building, which has played host to many famous personalities over the years, has recently been redesigned to the highest modern standards, yet retains much of its old charm and atmosphere. Foyles Hotel Clifden is the ideal central point from which to explore Connemara and enjoy the many amenities it has to offer. The 18-hole championship golf course is 15 minutes drive from the hotel, with a beautiful sandy beach running alongside the course. Deep sea fishing is available from Clifden Harbour and arrangements can be made for fresh water fishing and also for horse riding.
What really sets the Foyles Hotel apart is the quality of overnight accommodation. There are 25 en-suite bedrooms. Each bedroom is fitted out to the highest standards of comfort. Radio, television, direct dial telephones, hair dryer and central heating are standard.
Connemara Golf LinksGolf on the edge of Europe…Connemara Championship Golf Links, the only links course in Co. Galway, is nestled between the scenic splendour of the 12 Bens mountain range and the rugged Atlantic Ocean. This beautiful isolated links course, founded in 1973 and designed by Eddie Hackett lies to the West of Clifden along the Wild Atlantic Ways signature discovery point of Derrigimla Bog and Mannin Bay Blueway. From the testing dog leg opening hole through to the breathtaking back 9, the course is a test for all levels. In 2000 an additional 9 holes were unveiled to add a further dimension to the exhilarating Connemara golfing experience. When playing Connemara you are always mesmerised by the landscape around you, whether it’s Slyne Head Lighthouse, the 12 Bens Mountains, the Atlantic Ocean or Grainne O’Malleys Castle, there is something special on every hole. The club offers fantastic facilities with a modern clubhouse bar, coffee shop and restaurant, a proshop, practise range and putting green. The proshop has everything you need from golf carts, rental clubs, tuition and all top clothing brands. With many wonderful beaches, pony trekking, walking, hiking and biking available nearby Connemara Golf Links has a lot to offer not only the experienced golfer but any visitor looking for unique adventures.
County Sligo Golf ClubThe County Sligo Golf Club is widely regarded as one of the great championship links courses. It is located in the picturesque seaside village of Rosses Point just 8km from Sligo and known locally as “The Point”. Originally founded in 1894 as a 9 Hole course, it is now a modern 27 hole complex with spacious clubhouse and up to date facilities. The club is home to the famous West of Ireland Open amateur championship played every Easter since 1923 and has hosted many other prestigious events including the Home Internationals, the Irish Close and the Irish Professional Matchplay Championship. The original clubhouse was built on its current site in 1912 and was designed by George O’Connor, an eminent Dublin based architect. Today’s modern clubhouse still retains the beautiful Tudor style facade that exudes an old world charm fronting on to the practice putting green. The updated clubhouse was officially opened on the 29th of April 2005. The County Sligo Golf Club also has a challenging 9 hole course and a state of the art driving range in Bomore. These are located to the right of the 5th and 6th holes and are accessed by a roadway traversing the first and third fairways. This Bomore course is a lovely challenge in itself while the championship course is one of the great golf challenges of Ireland. The level of difficulty of the course varies with the diverse weather conditions experienced in “The Point”.
The course was redesigned by the famous golf architect, Harry S. Colt, in 1927 and continuous improvements have been made over the years to make the County Sligo course, in the words of the great Peter Alliss,
“a tremendous test for the highest quality player and great fun for the modest competitor, Rosses Point stands at the very top of the list of Irish courses”.
Enniscrone Golf ClubEnniscrone is one of Ireland's finest links golf courses set in scenic splendour in Killala Bay in County Sligo. This championship venue provides golfers with the ultimate golf vacation experience - dramatic dunesland, an inspired design concept, superb greens all year round and breathtaking views. Originally designed by the great Eddie Hackett - Enniscrone's reputation as a top class golf venue has been embellished with the addition of six new holes threading the path through the mountainous dunes. The new holes, expertly designed by the famous course architect, Donald Steele add an exciting dimension to the 27 hole golf championship layout. If you are looking for links golf in Ireland, then Enniscrone will not disappoint. In true links fashion, the course layout is 'nine out' and 'nine back' to the clubhouse. Each golf hole follows the natural contours of the land. It challenges golfers of all abilities, their imaginations, demanding the use of every club in the bag. At Enniscrone, the wind, true links lies and firm elevated greens reward those who can hold a line, hit fairways and execute 'bump and run' shots.
Lahinch Golf Club - The Old CourseLahinch has often been described as 'the St Andrews of Ireland'. It's a traditional out and back links course which sits on the Atlantic coast and is a favourite with many of the thousands upon thousands of golfing visitors who flock to the Emerald Isle year after year. Phil Mickelson, for one, is a big fan of the Old Course, which was originally designed by Old Tom Morris before being tweaked by Dr Alister Mackenzie. The holes are memorable from start to finish, though many single out the fifth as their favourite. A par-5 that measures 483 yards, the second shot is played over a sand dune and anything better than a par here is a real bonus.
Carne Golf Links27 Holes of Links Golf at its best along the Wild Atlantic Way:
Carne in North Mayo on the West Coast of Ireland lies in magnificent unspoiled sand dunes overlooking Blacksod Bay and the wild Atlantic Ocean near the town of Belmullet. Discover Erris in North Mayo an area that is famed the world over for its golf course and white sandy atlantic beaches that stretch for miles, its bountiful wildlife and warm welcome. Carne Golf Links was the last links course to be designed by the late Eddie Hackett and it is now believed by many who have played it to his greatest challenge.
An aditional 9 holes (The Kilmore 9) opened in 2013. Designed by Jim Engh Design and McIntosh Golf Design
Building of Carne Golf Links:
The building of Carne Golf Links has caused little disturbance to this wild and ancient landscape. Tees and greens occurred naturally and very little earth moving was involved in the course construction. There are some breathtaking views over the Atlantic and the legendary islands of Inis Glóire and Inis Geidhe.