The visitors of the Ballynahinch domain, in the heart of Connemara, leave with the promise of coming back. The Old Manor overhangs the famous Ballynahinch Lake in a site steeped with history. At the origin, these lands were owned by the O’Flaherty Clan, Lords of Connaught. Famous personalities succeeded one another at the head of the domain like Grace O’Malley of the 15th century (The Pirate Queen of Connaught), Richard “Humanity Dick” Martin during the 18th century and Ranjitsinji Maharadjah at the beginning of the 19th century. At the beginning of the 18th century, a castle has been built by the Martins’ on the Ballynahinch domain. Later, it was converted in barracks and became the domain employees’ habitation during the Maharadjah era. Nowadays Restaured, the Old Manor offers the opportunity to rent a 4 stars three-floor apartment.
The spacious complex grouped around a yard offers a lake view, the Twelve Pins reliefs and forest.