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Ashford Castle, the 13th-century castle hotel in County Mayo, Ireland, has unveiled the latest addition to its accommodations, the all new Hideaway Cottage, situated on the edge of Lough Corrib. It took our breath away. As part of a large renovation project, the estate’s former boathouse has been fully modernized, while keeping true to its Irish heritage, to create a luxurious cottage hideaway. The Hideaway Cottage offers maximum privacy for the ideal romantic retreat, while still offering guests access to all of the amenities and services of the Castle and its 350-acre estate.

Surrounded by woodland with a 180-degree view over Ireland’s second largest lake, the secluded Cottage.... [continue]



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