Although the castle dates back to 1228, the gardens as we see them today consist almost entirely of the layouts conceived and executed by Sir Benjamin Guinness and his successors the Ardilauns from 1852 onwards.
This beautiful 9 hole 2996 yards par 35 parkland course, provides the perfect environment for golfers of all ages to hone their skills. The course was designed by the renowned Irish golf architect, Eddie Hackett.More Info
Falconry is an ancient art, reputed to be the oldest sport in the world. Orginating in the Far East around 2000 BC, as a means of catching food for yourself and your family, falconry spread westwards reaching the shores of Europe long before the end of the first millennium.More Info
Enjoy the peace and tranquility of this state owned island forest park. Join Ashford Castles historian and cruise captain Patrick on his award winning voyage of discovery to the island of St. Patrick.More Info
The Ashford Equestrian Centre is situated within easy walking distance of the Castle on the Ashford Estate. Rides can be enjoyed over the beautiful wooded countryside between the shores of Lough Corrib and Lough Mask and into the mountains of Connemara to the West.More Info
Ashford Castle, this Orvis indorsed property is strategically located on the banks of Lough Corrib - one of the most famous fisheries in all of Ireland.More Info
The Ashford sporting clay range features targets that simulate the game typical of this region. Test your skill against the bolting rabbit, springing teal or wily woodcock. Beginners can obtain a pleasant introduction to the sport and thorough grounding in the safety and etiquette of shooting in general.More Info