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Renvyle House

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The team at Renvyle House Hotel take the business of succession very seriously, and their patient, long-term approach to hospitality explains both why this singular destination endures, and also why it endears. Zoe Fitzgerald is the third generation of the family to orchestrate the hotel’s direction and, like all Renvyle crew, Ms Fitzgerald stresses that their role is to “carry on the strong ethos of a warm welcome, good hospitality, service and of course, our food with Tim O’Sullivan.” With new general manager Anne Marie Kelly confidently in charge, the guest will find that all these qualities are in abundance at Renvyle: the charming welcome, the sincere hospitality, the polite yet effervescent service and, of course, the superb cooking of Tim O’Sullivan. Mr O’Sullivan is one of the great West Coast cooks, a truly original chef whose cooking generously conjures the pristine, natural ingredients of the Wild Atlantic Way into vividly delicious culinary creations. Renvyle endures, because it always endears.


53.609167, -9.999167
Anne Marie Kelly
Renvyle House Hotel, Letterfrack, Connemara, County Galway.
+353 95 43511

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