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O’Dowd’s is a traditional Bar & Seafood Restaurant situated in the centre of Roundstone village overlooking the harbour. O Dowd's specialties of seafood chower and the popular Fisherman Platter are served with homemade brown scones.
Visit Turoe Pet Farm and Leisure Park, in Bullaun village County Galway. It is a family-friendly visitor farm, located 4km from the M6 motorway, near Loughrea (exit 16).
Rinville Park is created around an ancient castle, a stately home and a fine estate demesne which dates from the 16th century, near the village of Oranmore in County Galway.
Portumna Castle, built close to 400 centuries ago by the de Burgo (Burke) family, stands close to Lough Derg, the River Shannon and Portumna Forest Park in Portumna, County Galway.
Inis Mór is the largest and most developed of the Aran Islands that lie scattered off the Galway coast. It combines a vibrant history with excellent facilities and lively night life.
An Ceardlann Spiddal Craft and Design Studios, overlooking Galway Bay, the Cliffs of Moher and the Aran Islands, houses the work of ten artisans. Located in Spiddal village on the R336, 19km west of Galway City.
Nestling under the Twelve Bens mountains is this restored pre-famine cottage of Dan O'Hara, a man made famous in song and story. The homestead is located on the N59 (Clifden - Galway) road, 7km from Clifden.
Connemara National Park is situated in County Galway and covers some 3,000 hectares of scenic mountains, bogs, heathlands, grasslands and woodlands.
Kylemore Abbey and Victorian Walled Garden was originally built by Mitchell Henry in 1867 as a romantic gift for his beloved wife and is now home to the Benedictine Order. The 1000-acre Kylemore Abbey is located just off the N59 in the midst of stun
The Leenane Sheep and Wool Centre aims to foster awareness of the traditional sheep and wool industry in Connemara. They are situated in Leenane on the N59, which is about halfway between Clifden and Westport.
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