Accomodation at Rock House
Rock House is a handsome country house that was built in 1838 by the Clives of India, an English family whose most famous member was a governer in India.
Rock House had several owners until it was purchased by a French family, who fell in love with Ireland and the outdoors.
This is how Rock House, one of County Mayo’s top locations for salmon and trout fishing, opened to holidaymakers.
Picture this… your accomodation is in an elegant house built near the coast and in the middle of a 100-acre park, planted with a vast variety of trees. A little stroll through the park, along winding paths lined with fuschia and rhododendrons, brings you to the boat house, overlooking the sea. Here, comfortably seated with a view of the sea, you can cosy up and read a book, take part in a painting class, observe the many seabirds that swoop across the sky befor returning to their nests nearby…or simply daydream while sipping a cup of tea.
|Bed and breakfast||€65 per person per night|
|Room with half-board (breakfast and dinner excluding alcoholic beverages)||€90 per person per night|
|Picnic basket (lunch)||€10 per person per day|
Get in touch for special rates if you plan on staying a little longer, or for groups over four.
Note: Rock House can be entirely reserved for a private group (over four people).