Angling for brown trout on an Irish lough or river is something that would appeal to every keen fisherman. Fishing holidays in Ireland allowing anglers to do just that are on offer from the luxury Lisloughrey Lodge Spa Hotel, which stands on the 33-mile long Lough Corrib in County Mayo in the west of Ireland, just north of Galway.
Lisloughrey Lodge is a 4-star country house hotel which was the home of the Guinness family until the early 1900s. It was a popular place for royal visits, for hunting and fishing parties, and the tradition continues with these Irish fishing holidays, thanks to the rich stocks of brown trout, salmon and pike that live in Lough Corrib.
Lough Corrib for an Irish Angling Holiday
Lough Corrib is 42,000 acres in size and trout can be caught on wet fly from February 15th. The lough is 33 miles (53 kms) long, and at its southern end comes within 4 miles (6kms) of Galway City.
Fishing Seasons for Holidays in Ireland
The season for fishing for trout in Ireland runs from February 15th to the end of September. Salmon fishing holidays are available too, and the salmon fishing season is also from February till the end of September. Pike fishing is possible all year round. There is no charge for fishing but for salmon fishing a licence is needed.
Location of this Trout Fishing Holiday in Ireland
Lisloughrey Lodge is by Lough Corrib near the village of Cong in County Mayo in the west of Ireland. It is 31 miles (50kms) from Galway Airport, 40 miles (64kms) from the Ireland West Airport at Knock, 81 miles (130kms) from Shannon Airport, and 160 miles (255kms) from Dublin.
Fishing Holiday in Ireland: Spa Treatments
The SPAce spa at the Lisloughrey Lodge Spa Hotel offers a retreat for any non-angling partners. It has a resident spa therapist, a sauna, a cedar hot tub, and a range of beauty and body treatments. These include facials, manicures, pedicures, eyebrow-shaping, hair-removal and full-body, deep-tissue and head massages.
Price of the Trout Fishing Holiday in Ireland
An Irish angling holiday at Lisloughrey Lodge on Lough Corrib costs £110 per person per night, and the price includes a 3-course dinner on one night of the stay. This is in the award-winning Salt restaurant, which has a spectacular view of Lough Corrib and has been awarded two rosettes by the AA among many other accolades. More details and online booking at the Lisloughrey Lodge website.
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