Welcome to the Royal Spa Hotel

A warm welcome awaits you when you visit the Royal Spa Hotel, Lisdoonvarna, Co. Clare.  This small, family run hotel is your perfect Accommodation base for day trips to the Cliffs of Moher, Aran Islands  Burren National Park, Doolin Cave and Aillwee Caves, and the nearby city of Galway.

The Royal Spa Hotel was built before the Great Famine and opened its doors to guests in 1832.  The Hotel is a well maintained, historic landmark and proudly 'Listed' Co. Clare Heritage building which was the first hotel built in the sparsely settled area eventually known as the 'Spa' town of Lisdoonvarna Co. Clare.

The Royal Spa Hotel is located in the centre of the Clare town of Lisdoonvarna,  just 40 miles from Shannon airport.  Conveniently situated within walking distance of shops, the Church, pharmacy, pubs and the local amenity park, the Royal Spa Hotel offers visitors a calm, relaxing haven where you can unwind from your adventures and plan new explorations.  Clean, comfortable, family friendly accommodation and delicious home cooked meals are what is expected and delivered at the Royal Spa Hotel.

We are a small 12 bedroom hotel not suitable for Hen or Stag partys

 

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  • 26.02.2017

    'Jiving Lessons for the Broken-Hearted'

    A play by Dermott Petty

    At Royal Spa Hotel

    on 18th and 19th March 2017

    Tickets available on door

    The World Premiere of a new play, ‘Jiving Lessons for The Broken-Hearted’ will take place on Saturday March 18th at the Royal Spa Hotel in Lisdoonvarna.

    ‘Jiving Lessons For The Broken-Hearted’ is a new play by North Clare native Dermott Petty and explores the question “Is Love Dead in the Middle Ages”.

    The play follows the adventures and mis adventures of  six different  character as they search for love during as weekend in the North Clare village of Lisdoonvarna during its famous Matchmaking festival.

    The actors include Clair Varden (Kilfenora) Michael Canavan (Fanore) Lesley Shepard (Lisdoonvarna) and Dermott Petty (Doolin) and the play is been produced by Joan O’Hanrahan (Kilfenora).

    In a world where beauty is measured by an invasive media, be it either mainstream or social Media, where a person (male or Female) is judged on their relationship status, again by the media, yet judged much harsher by their family and friends. The brutal reality is that the matchmaking festival in Lisdoonvarna is the last chance saloon for many of its participants.

    While the sound of a matchmaking festival may seem ‘cute’ it is often a dark, dangerous place to navigate if you are single, middle-aged and older where having an open heart is a dance away from heartbreak.
    Yet amid this dark lonely journey there is a desperate desire for change, a willingness to step into the unknown, a hope for lightness of the heart amid the madness of Lisdoonvarna in September. The journeys the characters take offers a rich vein of stories flavoured with unintentional comedy.
    There will be 2 performances of Jiving Lessons for the Broken Hearted at the Royal Spa Hotel in Lisdoonvarna, Saturday, March 18th and Sunday, March 19th.
    Both performances begin at 8pm.
  • 2.12.2016 Hotel Closed Now for Winter Season Reopening April 15th 2017.

    Wishing all our customers a very Happy Christmas and best Wishes for 2017

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