Hotels in Ennis, Co Clare
The Temple Gate hotel in the centre of the historic town of Ennis, Co. Clare rests on the site of a 19th century Convent of Mercy with a fascinating and eventful history. Prior to its conversion to a convent, the original houses, Row House and Lifford House was the property of Charles O'Connell, cousin of Daniel O'Connell He was a frequent visitor to the area particularly in the years 1827 - 1829 when planning his election campaign. The Sisters of Mercy moved from the Ennis Convent in 1995 to new premises nearby
Today the Temple Gate town house hotel is truly a gem in the heart of this historic town. Discreetly situated just off the town centre, a short walk through the warm glow of the Victorian lamps in the cobblestoned courtyard leads guests to the heart of the historical and vibrant town of Ennis.
Generously decorated suites create an atmosphere of classic opulence for our guests. Through the dividing raised baroque arch the master bedroom boasts a king-size bed with tapestry wall decorations. This classic approach to decor is successfully combined with all the modern conveniences expected by the most discerning guest. All the bedrooms have been beautifully decorated and include the full range of modern facilities for convenience and comfort.
Temple Gate Hotel,
Temple Gate Hotel, Ennis, Ireland
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