Fly Fishing In Ireland Great Fishing Houses of Ireland

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For centuries, Ireland has offered the mightiest of sport fishing to the visiting angler. A browse through the catch record books of the Great Fishing Houses featured is enough to quicken the heartbeat of any angler in search of a memorable holiday experience.

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Welcome

For centuries, Ireland has offered the mightiest of sport fishing to the visiting angler. A browse through the catch record books of the Great Fishing Houses featured is enough to quicken the heartbeat of any angler in search of a memorable holiday experience.

Screeb House is located in an enchanting natural setting in the Connemara region, overlooking an inlet from the Atlantic Ocean and surrounded by countless lakes, rivers, imposing mountains, moors and forests. In 2010 the house was thoroughly renovated and brought back to its former Victorian glory. Screebe presents luxury accommodation with sumptuous comfort.

Screebe House

Lough Inagh Lodge Hotel is a charming country retreat set amidst breathtaking scenery in Connemara in the West of Ireland and offering de luxe Country House accommodation with fishing, shooting and many other outdoor pursuits available locally or on the estate.

Lough Inagh Lodge Hotel & Fishery

A delightful 1830s country house and fishing lodge in one of the most spectacular settings in Connemara Ireland. It offers charming accommodation, glorious scenery, great food and total tranquillity.

Delphi Lodge & Fishery

Longueville House is a magnificent Georgian Manor House Hotel overlooking Cork's Blackwater Valley where guests can enjoy superior accommodation as well as superb fishing, golfing and horse riding. The Longueville House Fishery is over a two mile stretch on one of Ireland's finest Salmon Rivers, the Munster Blackwater, and is comprised of seven salmon fly fishing beats.

Loungueville House

The magnificent five star Ashford Castle is set in 350 acres, on the picturesque shores of Lough Corrib. Dating back to 1228, the castle now enters a new chapter in its history, as part of The Red Carnation Hotel Collection. With 83 spectacular rooms, suites and a Hideaway Cottage, a wealth of activities and plenty of thoughtful touches, guests will enjoy acclaimed Irish hospitality on a grand scale.

Ashford Castle

An 1876 Manor House designed by James Franklin Fuller in a Victorian Gothic fashion. It currently boasts 32 bedrooms and the estate also contains 30 self catering lodges suitable for families or groups of fishermen/ women. The estate owns 2 miles of double bank fishing on the most prolific salmon fishing river in Ireland....The River Moy.

Mount Falcon Estate

4 star guest accommodations with 4 guest rooms, accommodating 8-10 people, secluded riverside setting, boats moored in garden with direct access to Lough Corrib, a 5 minute walk to Oughterard town and with Connemara on our doorstep it is an ideal location for anglers, walkers and nature lovers.

Camillaun Lodge

Ballyvolane house is an award-winning Irish historic country house. There are six guest bedrooms at Ballyvolane, all of which are spacious, individually furnished, tastefully decorated and above all indulgently comfortable. Magnificent views overlook the formal terraced gardens to the south and to the north, ancient trees, parkland and the lakes.

Ballyvolane House

Rock House, a handsome Sporting Lodge built in the West of Ireland in 1838, welcomes anglers and holidaymakers alike, and visitors can enjoy its own mature 100-acre park, planted with over 110 species of exotic trees and plants. This vast country house is not only ideally located on the shores of the Atlantic and on the Wild Atlantic Way, but also near the Great Western Greenway (cycling) and Ballycroy National Park.

Rock House

Ballynahinch Castle is a magnificent 4 star deluxe hotel in Connemara surrounded by the Twelve Bens Mountains, rivers & lakes. Regarded as one of the finest fisheries in Ireland, the Ballynahinch Fishery extends through Lough Inagh, Lough Derryclare and Lough Ballynahinch as well as over 2 miles of the Ballynahinch River.

Ballynahinch Castle Hotel & Estate