Alcock & Brown Hotel Takes Flight with March Madness Offer

Alcock & Brown Hotel Takes Flight with March Madness Offer

The much-loved Clifden hotel is back open and they've got an incredible special offer to mark the occasion!!

To celebrate the 2022 reopening date, the team are excited to bring to you their fantastic March Madness reopening offer. Treat yourself to a stay in the Capital of Connemara for €20.22 per person including overnight accommodation and breakfast, available Sunday-Wednesday until March 31st. Reservations must be made directly by calling 095-21880 or emailing They are also running this offer in their sister hotel, Hotel Newport in Mayo, and it's already proving popular there so get on it quickly!

Now under new management, there are exciting times ahead for Alcock & Brown Hotel so make sure you are following them on Facebook and Instagram for all of the updates.

Alcock and Brown

A boutique-style hotel located in the heart of Cilfden, Alcock & Brown are at the epicentre of all the activity. A stone’s throw to local stores, cafés and eateries, as well as being in prime position to discover the immense beauty of Connemara, there’s never a dull moment in Market Square. When you choose Alcock & Brown Hotel as your base for exploring the vicinity, you’ll truly appreciate just how much Clifden has to offer. Stunningly scenic trails, historic castles and activities that are sure to get your blood racing are all at your disposal. From a slower paced wander along the Sky Road Walk and a visit to Kylemore Abbey to a more active afternoon of horse riding, surfing and golf - all varieties of adventure are at your fingertips here.

Named after the legendary aviators John Alcock and Arthur Brown, made famous by the very first non-stop transatlantic flight and emergency landing way back in 1919, this hotel is a tribute to the area’s history and traditions, while staying grounded in the here and now with their modern facilities and expert service. Just ask at reception and you’ll be regaled with the tale of that fateful flight and be directed to the site and commemorative sculpture.

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