Rosleague Manor Hotel Celebrates 50 Years In Business

By Dave Simpson
Rosleague Manor Hotel Celebrates 50 Years In Business

Ireland’s Blue Book has announced Rosleague Manor's celebration of 50 years in business.

Located in Co. Galway, Rosleague Manor was purchased in 1968 by Isobel Foyle. Together with her children Anne and Patrick, Isobel converted the Manor into a first-class hotel, expanding the original six-bedroom house to include 20 bedrooms, a dining wing and a Victorian style conservatory.

The old-world aesthetic of the premises attracted guests from around the world, and Rosleague soon became one of the most popular hotels in Connemara. Unique in its layout and design, each bedroom at Rosleague features original antique furnishings and accoutrements.

Rosleague is now owned and operated by Edmund and Mark Foyle. The latter, who is the third generation of the family to manage the hotel, commented, "We are very proud of what we have achieved in the past 50 years. We would like to thank our team for the welcome and hospitality that they extend to each and every guest. It makes Rosleague Manor what it is. Here’s to another 50 years!"