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Hotels in Ennis, County Clare, Republic of Ireland

Temple Gate Hotel

The Square
County Clare
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Ennis is one of Ireland's most picturesque towns, with its history, its famous quaint narrow streets and it's character buildings. Over the centuries Ennis became a thriving market town and today is one of the country's most dynamic and fastest growing towns.

The Temple Gate hotel rests on the site of a 19th century Convent of Mercy with a fascinating and eventful history. Prior to its conversion to a convent, the original houses was the property of Charles O'Connell, cousin of Daniel O'Connell.

Discreetly situated just off the town centre, a short walk through the warm glow of the Victorian lamps in the cobblestoned courtyard leads our guests to the heart of the historical and vibrant town of Ennis.

With over 30 years experience in the hotel business, John Madden the proprietor of the hotel along with Ennis Developers had a vision to develop this historic site to a high quality hotel while retaining the gothic theme. Today the Temple Gate town house hotel is truly a gem. John together with his son Paul and a highly experienced and professional team focus on the pursuit of excellence in all areas. You will experience true Irish hospitality from our devoted team.

Our hotel is in a perfect location to explore this wonderful and beautiful area, or relax in the traditional ambience this town has to offer, while our staff strive to bring you the best service.

Temple Gate Hotel, Ennis

Rooms: 70
Ensuite Rooms: 70

Room Service, Tea Coffee making, Direct Dial Telephone, Television, Internet Access, Parking.

Leisure facilities
Golf, Fishing, Riding, Historic Houses, Museums, nearby

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