Located in a quiet corner of the reserve, Koro Lodge stands on a hillside to offer magnificent views of the Cederberg wilderness. A restored farmhouse, this unique private villa delivers a seamless blend of contemporary comfort and heritage charm throughout the airy bedrooms and spacious living areas.
The wide wrap-around terrace is ideal for al fresco dinners and relaxing afternoons spent reconnecting with friends and family, while the private heated rim-flow pool overlooks a secure garden landscaped with indigenous flora.
Stays at Koro Lodge are fully inclusive, with a dedicated chef, lodge host and wilderness guide on hand to help you create a bespoke escape. The Lodge can host up to six adults maximum and four children (at an additional charge).
Check-in is at 3.30pm and checkout is at 10.30am.
Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes, leaving at 11am
Boarding from 10.30am at Ashford Castle Pier, join local historian and boat captain Patrick Luskin as he takes you on a fascinating journey through time. Enjoy breath-taking scenery on Lough Corrib, with its 365 islands and surrounding Connemara Mountains. Highlights include, The Old Steamers Quay and views of Lord Ardilaun’s Obelisk. This Cruise all year.
Island traditional music cruise
Duration: 2 hours, leaving at 2.45pm
Boarding from 2.30pm at Ashford Castle Pier, this two-hour cruise operates between June 1st and September 30th. Explore the lakes most famous island set on 100 beautiful acres of state-owned forest park. While on the island enjoy a guided tour of St. Patrick's 5th Century Monastic site. Our resident musician entertains guests along the way with music, stories and song.
Island and live traditional music cruises:
Advance bookings are highly recommended.
Alternatively, take a private guided trip by handcrafted wooden boat on Lough Corrib and to its many beautiful islands.Explore more