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Enchanting Halloween breaks at Dromoland Castle

10th September 2010 Print
Dromoland Castle, Ireland

Treat your little pumpkins to a spooky half-term break in style with a luxurious stay at Dromoland Castle in County Clare, Ireland’s most historic castle hotel, where all the family can experience five-star treatment in perfect Halloween surroundings and children stay free.*

With easy access from Shannon Airport, Dromoland Castle enjoys a magical setting amidst 410 acres of breathtaking countryside, woodland and its own lake, where little witches and wizards can enjoy daily activities including pumpkin carving, castle ghost hunts, haunting horse and cart trips around the idyllic estate as well as a scary movie night, Halloween treats and other pursuits including bank fishing and racing around in the incredible grounds on go-carts.

Whilst the kids are busy enjoying the various activities on offer, Dads can play a round of golf on the Ron Kirby-designed course and Mums can kick back in style in the stunning Spa at Dromoland which boasts an outdoor whirlpool for the ultimate indulgence and a selection of luxury treatments from the exclusive Anne Sémonin collection or Ireland’s own exclusive organic Voya range.

The Enchanting Halloween Break at Dromoland Castle costs just £310 per adult sharing, based on a two-night stay during Halloween weekend, including full Irish breakfast each morning, deluxe accommodation, high tea for children and dinner in the elegant Earl of Thomond each evening, with two children aged up to 12 staying free.*

For more information or to book, visit:

Fly to nearby Shannon with Aer Lingus or Ryan Air from a choice of nine UK departure airports or travel by ferry to Rosslare or Dublin Port and take your car so you can enjoy discovering County Clare’s incredible scenery. Visit for great deals.

*Children under 12 sharing a deluxe room with parents stay free (maximum of two children). Package includes breakfast, high tea and supervised Halloween activities from 12pm until 5pm daily. 

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Dromoland Castle, Ireland