Ballynahinch Castle Estate and Hotel

Ballynahinch Castle, a modest size country house with an unorthodox floor plan was built on a terraced outcrop overlooking the Owenmore River, during the first decade of the nineteenth century. The House was greatly altered and enlarged in the 1870’s. In the early 20th century the building was further enlarged by the addition of the present top storey. It was at this period that the building was given an overall and unifying Tudorbethan style mantle.

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Ballynahinch Castle has been in use as a four star hotel offering salmon fishing, cycling, walking and game shooting since 1946.

The House is set in extensive grounds (c.450acres) of former demesne that include lakes, river and substantial deciduous woodland with access to castle via one of two entrances with gate lodges. Including terraced gardens below the southern elevation leading down to the river.

The work involved the addition of 8 bedroom suites, extension of the Fisherman’s Bar to seat an additional 40 covers, refurbishment of the Dining Room and external landscaped terraces. Upgrade of the wastewater treatment plant and services.