Clonalis house is the ancestral home of the O’Conor family, direct descendants of Ireland’s last High King and traditional Kings of Connacht. Clonalis is now home to the 27th generation of O’Conor’s since the last High King of Ireland and the family has lived on this heavily wooded 700-acre estate along the banks of the River Suck for more than 1,500 years–a time unrivalled in Ireland. The house is run as a country guest house in an informal manner with warm welcoming rooms, open fires and views over the beautiful parkland. Dinner is available Monday to Saturday for house residents only. Clonalis house offers 4 beautiful, spacious guest rooms and is open from April until the end of September. Clonalis also has 4 charming self-catering cottages located in their courtyard which are available to rent all year round. Clonalis won the Historic House of Ireland O’Flynn Heritage Award in 2022. The price is awarded to the house and its owners dedicated to the history and preservation of old Irish architecture. Clonalis also featured in the Irelands’s top places to stay in 2002 in the Irish Independent.