Knockranny House Hotel are offering a two night break filled with award winning food, luxurious accommodation and pampering worth over £1,000.
Set in a secluded location, on a hillside overlooking Westport, Knockranny House Hotel & Spa offers spectacular views of Croagh Patrick and Clew Bay, which, when combined with open log fires, antique furniture and classical music, helps to create a supremely warm and relaxed atmosphere – a perfect spring getaway to renew and awaken the senses.
Knockranny House Hotel & Spa, Westport, is offering a blissful two night break in the extraordinary Penthouse Suite, which includes a truly delectable dinner on the evening of your choice in the award-winning La Fougère Restaurant which offers excellent cuisine with the emphasis on fresh seafood and the finest local ingredients.
Each guest will also enjoy a spa treatment in Spa Salveo, Knockranny House Hotel’s beautifully designed spa. Spa Salveo has a vitality spa pool, expansive thermal spa including a brine inhalation room, aromatherapy grotto, herbal sauna, scented steam room, monsoon shower and hydrotherapy body massage stations.
After all that pampering, you might like an invigorating cycle – with complimentary bike hire for a day, you and your guest can explore the Great Western Greenway which travels alongside the hotel.
If that wasn’t enough of a treat you will also enjoy a charming Afternoon tea in the Brehon Bar – a real delight with its panoramic views over Clew Bay & Croagh Patrick.
This indulgent prize from Knockranny House Hotel & Spa will ensure that you leave relaxed and rejuvenated and ready for spring!
For more information visit knockrannyhousehotel.ie
This competition closes at 5pm on Friday 30th March 2018.
Terms & Conditions
- Prize includes two nights bed and breakfast for two people staying in the Penthouse Suite with dinner on one night. Plus two 30 minute spa treatments, bike hire and afternoon tea for two.
- Booking subject to availability
- No cash alternative
- Prize is valid for six months from date of notification