The hotel is set in a beautiful location and the view from our bedroom was spectacular. The staff were extremely
friendly, helpful and most efficient. Breakfast was fabulous - all you could wish for, from full cooked to lighter
varieties. Clifden is a small but busy town with some lovely bars and restaurants. All types of music with a
leaning towards Irish, which we loved. The scenery is spectacular in the area and we highly recommend a visit
to the Connemara National Park for some great walks and, again, very friendly helpful staff.
After dinner, we would return to the hotel ( if not dining in ) and join the guests in the bar for a night of music,
supplied by the very able variety of pianists for a sing-song. A great atmosphere, which is what you expect with
"Comfortable, welcoming near to centre of Clifden"
Easy to find and ideally located. Just under 10 min walk to the centre (slightly uphill on way back) where there is a good selection of restaurants and bars. Very welcoming with tea and cake on arrival, together with local information, latest 'what's on brochure' and menus for local eateries. Very clean and comfortable, and an excellent cooked to order breakfast with plenty of choice. Tea and coffee available in the guests lounge. Deserves its three star rating and would definitely stay there again.
Viv from England
Nestling on a sheltered hillside just 5 minutes' walk from town, the enchanting Buttermilk Lodge Guesthouse, Clifden enjoys …More
Just got back from 3 nights at the Clifden Station House, the hotel is modern and the facilities are all very good. We used the pool every day and it was warm enough for my two year old daughter, the rooms were clean and the hotel food very good especially the breakfast. It's location is very good and there is ample on site parking. The difference between this and the vast majority of hotels I have stayed in is the staff, they are so helpful from small things to make your stay more enjoyable to making you breakfast to take with you as you are leaving before the breakfast opens.
Joe from Kent
The Clifden Station House is a modern hotel set around the old Clifden Railway Station. More than 60 years ago the last Steam …More
A very comfortable B&B handily located a few metres down the Claddaghduff turn-off on the N59, 5mins north of Clifden heading towards Westport. John and Sue are very helpful with local knowledge, hints and tips. Can even sell you reduced price tix for Inishbofin ferry and Kylemore Abbey! John is an expert deep sea fisherman and Sue dishes up some lovely rhubarb to complement a very comprehensive, appetising and fulfilling breakfast. The scenic Sky Road drive begins (or ends) within 100yds of Sharamore too, recommended for a scoot just before sunset. A great place to stay if you're visiting this area.
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