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Connemara National Park

B & B – Restaurant – Self Catering – Hostel

Boutique accommodation at the foot of the Connemara National Park. Hostel – Bed & Breakfast – Self Catering – Restaurant & Coffee. We’ve got the perfect location and accommodation for your Connemara adventure. A mix of Hostel and Hotel Style rooms to suit all budgets. Our rooms all have private bathrooms and sleep two to six people. There’s a large modern well equipped kitchen to prepare your favourite meal or picnic . There is a fantastic country store just a two minute walk away or you can treat yourself  to breakfast lunch or dinner at the lodge restaurant downstairs. Fresh local organic produce ,a large selection of teas ,gourmet coffees and global wines. (Recommended by McKenna guides 2015) We are in letterfrack village on the wild Atlantic way and are lucky to have so much to offer our guests year round. There are 20 things to see and do within 20 Minute drive .The Connemara National Park Visitors Center is a 5 Minute walk, and the diamond mountain summit is one hour . Kylemore Abbey Estate is 3 km (no car? – No problem. We have a complimentary car to drop you to the Abbey or any of the local attractions) away , there are also beaches, bogs, birds , islands. rivers, woods and waterfalls. Mountains lakes pints and pubs. Check out Mike’s Connemara blog for in depth information and things to do in the area.

We look forward to welcoming you and we want your Connemara experience to be the best it possibly can be…

About Mike

After backpacking the world from the age of 21- 28 I came back to Connemara which is where I am from and built a Lodge that is comfortable for fellow travelors that ticks all the boxes. The Lodge Restaurant and Bar has a great festive atmosphere in summer with plenty of live music. In winter it becomes a cosy haven where the locals drop in for a coffee, and happily engage. It is one of the most friendly places you will find…

1 – WALK THE CONNEMARA NATIONAL PARK

Number 1 on “Mikes top 10” is walking the Connemara national park. It’s a 5 minute walk to the visitor centrewhich has lots of info a cafe and a children’s playground to but no trip to Connemara is complete until you experience the views from...

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2 – Kylemore Abbey – Connemara

A really famous tourist attraction and you will probably find yourself within tons of other tourists but still worth a visit. The old Abbey is the home of the Irish Benedictine Nuns and provides you with a choice of attractions. The Abbey itself was a former Castle,...

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3 – WALK TULLY MOUNTAIN or the Dawros River

Tully Mountain is one of those Connemara Gems that is not as popular as it should be. It stands opposite the Connemara National park and provides a different and unique perspective of the beaches and the whole Connemara area. On a clear day you can see further north...

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4 – LODGE RESTAURANT CONNEMARA

A really famous tourist attraction and you will probably find yourself within tons of other tourists but still worth a visit. The old Abbey is the home of the Irish Benedictine Nuns and provides you with a choice of attractions. The Abbey itself was a former Castle,...

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5 – Letterfrack Village & Traditional Irish Music

Letterfrack Village is a vibrant little village on the west coast of Ireland and is a fabulous location for visitors to stay and experience the best that Connemara and Ireland has to offer The village is made up of 3 traditional music bars, 3 restaurants , GMIT...

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8 – INIS BOFFIN ISLAND

Inish Bofin Island . Take a step back in time. Located 12 miles off the west coast with ferries running morning and evening this is one of the best ways to spend the day exploring this romantic and rugged island on foot or cycle. This will prove to be an unforgettable...

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10 – The best closeby beaches

The beaches in Connemara have splendid scenery which begines with the turquise waters and white sandy beaches. There a handful of beaches many of which are off the beaten track. With 8 beaches within 15 minutes of the Lodge you are spoilt for choice. You can walk,...

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19 – Killary Fjord – The Wild Atlantic Way

If you are interested in visiting Ireland’s only Fjord, you will find the perfect base in Letterfrack. Number 6 on the list is the Dramatic Killary Fjord which is just 10 minutes drive away from the Connemara National Park. Killary Harbour stretches out 16km from the...

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21 – WILD ATLANTIC WAY

The Wild Atlantic Way is a tourism trail that leads you through some of the best coastal scenary in the world. It covers the entire west coast of Ireland. The 2,500 km (1553 miles) driving route passes through nine counties and three provinces, stretching from County...

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