In the heart of St Peter Port, The Old Government House Hotel & Spa is the only five-star hotel in GuernseyVisit site
The exquisite Curry Room at The Rubens serves an inspired three-course menu created by Chef Arun Kumar, alongside an exceptional Thali. Working closely with Head Chef Kevin Joseph at our sister property, The Oyster Box Hotel in Durban, the team delivers an experience that celebrates authentic flavours made with the finest ingredients and exclusively imported spices from India. The intimate and supremely comfortable setting of the restaurant incorporates Rajasthani hand embroidery and rich red colours that reflect the vibrant diversity of the dishes.
An extensive collection of old and new world wine has been carefully curated to complement the dining experience, with a fine selection from Bouchard Finlayson, our sister vineyard in South Africa. The menu also features popular Indian beers, including Kingfisher and Cobra.
The Curry Room is proud to hold an AA Rosette.
From fly fishing lessons to half and full day trips, Frank will tailor your experience to suit your ability. Suitable for beginners and competent fishermen alike, the majority of fishing trips take place from hand-crafted 19ft clinker traditional wooden boats on Lough Corrib. Opt for a full day experience and you will enjoy a picnic lunch on one of the islands and the chance to cook your catch!
For competent fishermen, we also offer fishing on nearby Lough Mask and Lough Carra, or further afield in Connemara. The Cong River at the hotel is a great option for very experienced and able-bodied salmon fishermen.
All fishing gear is supplied. We recommend you dress in warm, waterproof clothing, boots and bring sunglasses.
Boat and tackle (up to three people)
€270 half day 10am - 1pm or
€450 full day 10am - 5pm
€115 Fly Fishing lesson per person per hour, €90 per person per hour for two people or more
Advance bookings are highly recommended. Contact Frank on +353 (0) 87 2524253 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Cancellation policy, terms and conditions apply.
Frank has been living by Lough Corrib his entire life – so no one knows the lough, and of course the fish, quite as well!Read more