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Reagan Presidential Suite

The height of elegance

Named after President Reagan, who stayed at Ashford in 1984 as a personal friend of former owner John A Mulcahy.

The Reagan Presidential suite is located in the oldest wing of the castle, boasting an original fireplace, a stunning antique George III style four poster bed, original portrait art, individually sourced antiques and spectacular floor to ceiling views of Lough Corrib.

This split level suite offers two bathrooms and can be combined with two adjacent rooms - the Kennedy Suite and Corrib Lake View Room - to complete a private three-bedroom wing of the castle.

Approximate Room Size:

  • Bedroom 14.9ft x 25.4ft or ( 4.5m x 7.7m)
  • Sitting area 12.6ft x 18.5ft or ( 3.8m x 5.6m)
  • Main Bathroom 5.3ft x 20.4ft or ( 1.6m x 6.2m)
  • Small Bathroom 4ft x 5.3ft or ( 1.2m x 1.6m)

Features include:


Champagne & chocolate arrival
Complimentary canapés delivered each evening
Complimentary bar during stay
Daily gift to room
Daily maid service
24 hour housekeeping
24 hour in-room dining
Turn down service each evening


Feature bed & chandelier
Custom designed carpets
Luxurious 400 thread count Egyptian Cotton monogrammed bed linen
Separate seating area
Writing desk
Fresh flowers
Deluxe Voya toiletries
Soaps from world famous perfumeries 
Plush bathrobes and slippers
In-room bar
Bottled mineral water
Complimentary 'Quiet Man' movie


Complimentary High-Speed wireless and cabled internet
Cable TV with movies on demand
I-luv bluetooth speaker
USB charger
110 volt sockets
Individually controlled air-conditioning
International direct dial telephones
Electronic safe
Electronic blinds


Corrib Lake View Rooms

Relax and rejuvinate

Family Rooms

Overlooking Lough Corrib

State Room

Traditional elegance

Ashford Castle Suites

Opulent elegance

Kennedy Suite

Antique furniture

The Presidential Suite at Ashford Castle

With an original fireplace

Hideaway Cottage

Dates to the Guinness era