Cong

  1. Ashford Equestrian Centre

    Cong, Mayo

    Ashford Equestrian Centre is located on the Ashford Castle Estate, next to the island village of Cong on the County Galway/Mayo border. It caters for beginners and families, as well as experienced riders amid breath taking lakeshore scenery. Read more

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  2. Quiet Man Cottage Museum

    Cong, Mayo

    The Quiet Man Cottage Museum is housed in a replica of the White O'Morn cottage seen in John Forde's famous film.

    Located in Cong village, County Mayo, the idyllic backdrop for many of The Quiet Man scenes. Read more

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  3. Corrib Cruises & Corrib Ferries

    Cong, Mayo

    Boat cruises from Cong and Oughterard daily during the summer months. Read more

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  4. Ireland's School Of Falconry

    Cong, Mayo

    Ireland's School of Falconry offers an unrivalled opportunity to fly a hawk around the spectacular grounds of Ashford Castle in the picturesque village of Cong, County Mayo. Read more

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  5. Bayview Angling Centre

    Cong, Mayo

    Bayview Angling Centre operates game, coarse, and pike angling on the shore of Lough Corrib in County Mayo. They can offer advice and local knowledge as well as quality boat and equipment hire. Read more

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  6. Eir Trail Tours of Ireland

    Cong, Mayo

    See the best Ireland has to offer with Eir Trail Tours of Ireland. We offer great bus tours for 2, 3 and 6 days all over the isle of Ireland. Or perhaps you are a group with ideas and would like to create your own tour? Read more

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  7. Lady Ardilaun

    Cong, Mayo

    A 100 passenger boat with flying deck and fully licensed bar, it departs Cong 5 times daily.
    Both Lady Ardilaun and Corrib Queen meet at the famous island of Inchagoill with its historical ruins going back to the 5th century. Read more

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  8. Cong Tourist Office

    Cong, Mayo

    Meet the friendly staff who are experts in offering advice on having the best experiences in Ireland. A one stop shop for information on local and national activities, attractions, events and tours with a selection of free guides and maps available. Read more

  9. Cong Abbey

    Cong, Mayo

    Turlough O’Connor, High King of Ireland, founded the Augustinian abbey in Cong, County Mayo in the early 12th century. It was established on the site of a 6th-century church associated with St Feichin. Read more

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  10. Cong Canal

    Cong, Mayo

    The Cong Canal extends from Ballinchalla Bay on Lough Mask towards Cong in County Mayo. It is regarded as a good brown trout fishery with the average weight of the trout is probably 2lb. Read more

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