There are many elements to Dromquinna Manor. Firstly it is a stunning waterside estate unlike anything else. Set on 40 acres of parkland planted in the 1800s, the Estate offers an abundance of activities and facilities.
The Manor, dating from the 1890s, is dedicated to catering for Weddings and events. The Oak Room is the heart of the Manor and is classical in every sense. Stylish beyond words with views of Kenmare Bay celebrations here are truly memorable. The Drawing Rooms and Terrace all make for a very special and memorable occassion for all. It is a real family and friends party as opposed to a hotel ballroom function.
The Boathouse Bistro is the hub of activity serving a tantalising menu with interesting wines from around the world. Located on the water The Boathouse is what a waterside bistro should be. Bright, fresh and serving great food, great music and sea breezes. Hours pass by seamlessly.
Luxury in the woods is the essence of Luxury Camping at Dromquinna Manor. Custom made tents were designed specifically for Dromquinna Manor by safari tent experts in India. They are the last word in luxury. None of the centre poles, low head room, bumpy floors, lack of fresh air and condensation we remember from our youth. These are truly luxury tents. Each tent is placed to take full advantage of the stunning setting and offer maximum privacy. Each tent has its own veranda and deck area and is fully furnished like a luxury hotel bedroom. Surrounded by the natural habitat of hardwood trees and indigenous shrubs Luxury Camping at Dromquinna Manor is imbued with nature and luxury. A great family experience or romantic escape.
Dromquinna can also cater for a small number of RV/Motorhomes. Located beside the old walled garden each pitch is fully serviced with water and electricty.
The Bolthole is a delightful secluded self catering house on the grounds of Dromquinna. Accommodating up to 6 people in 3 bedrooms a week away from everything except fresh air and the surroundings of Dromquinna await.
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