If you want a tranquil respite from the cares of the world, combined with warm Irish hospitality, you will find it here at Moy House. Originally built as the home of Sir Augustine Fitzgerald in the mid eighteenth century, this comfortable house has been transformed in keeping with today’s superior standards, while preserving its unique character, style and ambiance. The house is surrounded by a six hectare (15 acre) estate, with commanding views over Lahinch Bay. The estate is further enhanced by mature woodland and the meandering River Moy. The sensitive restoration of this early 19th Century estate recreates a contemporary and eclectic ambiance for today’s traveler in search of a tranquil respite with natural and warm hospitality.
Located 1 kilometer from the town of Lahinch a mere ten minute drive from the Cliffs of Moher and along the Burren Region. Moy House is a hidden gem. Each of the nine bedrooms are individually crafted with a mixture of classic and contemporary functionalism. The signature statement for the House are the guest bedrooms, a number of which have free standing original cast iron baths. The new Signature Suite is a must for that extra indulgence of luxury.