Radisson Blu Farnham Estate Hotel
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Set on a 1,300 acre country estate on the outskirts of Cavan Town, just 90 minutes from Dublin, the Radisson BLU Farnham Estate is one of Ireland's most popular golf and spa destinations with a reputation for being a genuine "retreat to nature".
The Radisson BLU Farnham Estate is a multiple-award-winning property that brings together hospitality, comfort and natural beauty. Upon entering the 16th-century estate, visitors are greeted by acres of rolling countryside and a sense of peace and tranquillity.
The four-star hotel boasts 158 guest rooms and suites, which offer panoramic views of the estate. Standard rooms, which are found in the modern wing of the hotel, feature a contemporary design and modern amenities like walk-in shower, Wi-Fi and flat-screen TV.
One of the estate's gems is the Health Spa, which stretches over 40,000 sq feet and incorporates 19 treatment rooms, an indoor/outdoor Hydrotherapy Infinity Pool, a gymnasium, soothing relaxation rooms and the Water Mint Thermal Suite. The focus is on relaxation and rejuvenation in the spa’s two suites, infinity swimming pool and gymnasium.
The estate also boasts 7km of walking trails and one of Ireland’s top golf courses. The Estate also has a superb 18-hole championship, Jeff Howes designed golf course spread over 500 acres of rolling countryside and dense woodland.
A luxurious stay at Farnham Estate continues at the Botanica Restaurant, a beautiful setting for guests to enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner. Next to the restaurant, diners will find the Botanica Bar, located within the hotel’s spacious lobby. It is an ideal place to unwind with a drink or a light lunch. The hotel is also home to the Wine Goose Cellar Bar, situated in one of the estate’s underground tunnels.
While guests will find everything they need for a wonderful break within the perimetres of Farnham Estate, County Cavan also provides a number of activities and attractions. In the region, there are fantastic places for fishing and horse-riding, as well as heritage sites and a number of cultural festivals.