Castlecoote Lodge was recently renovated by Mary & Terry Leyden. It is located in Castlecoote , a picturesque village, where the remains of the castle of Sir Charles Coote, ‘President of Connaught’ during the rebellion of 1641, still stand.
There is always a turf fire lit and the interior of the pub contributes much to a lively and friendly atmosphere. Old fixtures and fittings still remain mixed with modern decor. We have a lovely area out the back, overlooking an organic farm which is ideal for nice sunny days, and if it is a bit chillier, we have a heaters blasting to keep you warm! At Castlecoote Lodge, our aim is to ensure that your time spent with us is memorable and our staff are always on hand to ensure your stay is a pleasant one. Whether stopping by for a break in the day, or stepping out to meet friends over a couple of pints, you’ll find a welcome in Castlecoote Lodge akin to the friendly traditions of old. We look forward to welcoming you soon.
Castlecoote is a noted angling base on the River Suck, renowned for its coarse and trout fishing, running through the village and encircling Castlecoote House itself. Nearby is Donamon, with its medieval castle and fishing stands.