About CastleHacket House
Welcome to CastleHacket House
CastleHacket House originally built by John Kirwan, Lord Mayor of Galway, in 1703.
It was partially destroyed in 1923 during the Civil war and rebuilt in 1929 by ‘The General” Sir Denis Bernard-Kirwan. The Kirwan family occupied the house for almost 300 years.
Denis and Joyce Mc Donagh moved back to Ireland in 2015 from Cairns Australia. Together with many wonderful volunteers from all over the world, they have lovingly preserved the House.
Come and enjoy CastleHacket House surrounded by nature, peace and tranquility. Feel the peace and well-being of a winter spent with the sound of the crackling fireplace, or relaxing on the terrace as the sunny days appear.
CastleHacket House opens its doors to accommodate your stay. Check availability and book your accomodation directly with us, it’s easy and secure.
We have a range of accommodation from double rooms to apartments and a dormitory room that sleeps up to 6 people. We can facilitate large groups and you can host your private event, incorporating all of our facilities.