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Lakes and Mountains

Whether you drive, cycle, walk the mountains, lakes and rivers of Connemara are accessible. The views of throughout the region, with it's changable weather can vary throughout the day.

Lakes and Mountains
    See Also : Galway Bay

    Twelve Pins

    Twelve Pins
    Lough Inagh, with the Twelve Pins on the West and the Maamturks on the East is located in one of the most beautiful and tranquil valleys in Connemara. On the road from Maam's cross, take the turn just after Recess and enter Inagh Valley. The lough opens up on the left and is backed on the east and west by high rising heather covered mountains o ......More
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    Lough Inagh, with the Twelve Pins on the West and the Maamturks on the East is located in one of the most beautiful and tranquil valleys in Connemara. On the road from Maam's cross, take the turn just after Recess and enter Inagh Valley. The lough opens up on the left and is backed on the east and west by high rising heather covered mountains of the Maumturks and Twelve Bens.

    Fishing
    The Ballynahinch Fishery stretches from at Bertraghboy Bay northwards through Inagh Valley and eastwards almost to Maam Cross, with numerous loughs and tributaries all the way through dramatic scenery. It is one of the most extensive fisheries in the west.


    Scenic Drive
    The drive from Maam Cross to Kylemore which runs through Inagh has been voted one of the best scenic drives in Ireland. (Not sure who actually voted )

    Walking
    The area is ideal for walking – particularly with the excellent Western Way traversing the area. The Western Way stretches from Mayo right down to Galway. A good place to pick up the walk is close to the Lough Inagh Lodge Hotel.
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    Further Reading on Wikipedia : Twelve Bens

    Lough Fee

    Lough Fee
    Heading from Killary along the Connemara/Renvyle loop you pass through the Garraun Valley and by Lough Fee.Lough Fee not far from Killary and Lennane is a glaciated lake, surrounded on two sides by mountains, the hard top road follows the course of the lake between the mountains.Lough Fee is at the start of the,Renvyle Loop drive or at the en ......More
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    Heading from Killary along the Connemara/Renvyle loop you pass through the Garraun Valley and by Lough Fee.

    Lough Fee not far from Killary and Lennane is a glaciated lake, surrounded on two sides by mountains, the hard top road follows the course of the lake between the mountains.

    Lough Fee is at the start of the,Renvyle Loop drive or at the end depending on where you want to start.

    Using the lough as a starting point when driving the Renvyle Loop is good as it takes you into breath taking scenery very quickly.

    After passing through the valley, you can take a detour up to the mouth of Killary Harbour, the views from this angle are interesting, you can also see the mussel fishermen at work.

    After the detour swing back along the main road towards Renvyle, perhaps stop for lunch or have a game of golf on the local course.



    A visit to Derryinver Quay and Ballinakill Harbour should be included in your tour, from here you can enjoy sea cruise or a sea angling trip

    Within the beautiful valley of Lough Fee there is a small fish farm. The local fishermen are always only happy to chat with people passing by.
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    Further Reading on Wikipedia : Connemara

    Maamturks

    Maamturks
    The Maamturk mountains lie to the east of Inagh Valley and West of Maam Cross. While the tweleve Pins are on the West side of Inagh Valley. When following the N59 from Maam Cross - the Maamturks are on the right handside - follow the Maamturks loop through Inagh Valley - upto Killary and back to Maam Cross on the N336
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    The Maamturk mountains lie to the east of Inagh Valley and West of Maam Cross. While the tweleve Pins are on the West side of Inagh Valley.



    When following the N59 from Maam Cross - the Maamturks are on the right handside - follow the Maamturks loop through Inagh Valley - upto Killary and back to Maam Cross on the N336
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    Lough NaFurnace

    Lough NaFurnace
    Lough NaFurnace is on the road R336 from Casla to Maam Cross. The lake is stocked for fishing and there is a small roadside cafe with wonderful views of the lake. Park safely alongside the road and stroll about the lakeshore, off the road under foot can be wet and muddy so take care.
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    Lough NaFurnace is on the road R336 from Casla to Maam Cross. The lake is stocked for fishing and there is a small roadside cafe with wonderful views of the lake.



    Park safely alongside the road and stroll about the lakeshore, off the road under foot can be wet and muddy so take care.
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    Lough Corrib

    Lough Corrib
    Take a drive through Oughterad, the Connemara Gateway or stop by the lake for a day's fishingLough Corrib is Ireland's largest lake it has a multiplicity of small uninhabited islands and lies within a rivers roar of Galway city. Peaceful, tranquil fishing with real expectations of a catch of trout, salmon or pike. That's what you will have ......More
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    Take a drive through Oughterad, the Connemara Gateway or stop by the lake for a day's fishing

    Lough Corrib is Ireland's largest lake it has a multiplicity of small uninhabited islands and lies within a rivers roar of Galway city. Peaceful, tranquil fishing with real expectations of a catch of trout, salmon or pike. That's what you will have on Lough Corrib. Oughterard the gateway to Connemara, it lies on the western shores of Lough Corrib. The village is a haven for anglers, who hire boats from the local fishermen or gillies. You can cruise Lough Corrib starting from Oughterad, Cong or Galway. Enjoy an evening cruise as the sun sets over the Connemara Mountains.

    Driving along the N59 from Oughterad, you will catch glimpse of what lies ahead, but when you reach Maam Cross, the whole vista of the Connemara Mountains, Maam Turks and Twelve Pins opens out in front of you. This is just a cross roads on the road to Clifden or Lenane, there is a hotel right on the corner, which serves as a good base for walking or exploring the surrounding area.

    Along the lake shore there are numerous boatmen offering fishing boats for hire on a daily or half daily basis. Continue on through the village of Oughterad - heading west will take you to Maam Cross.
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    See Also : Galway East
    Further Reading on Wikipedia : Lough corrib

    Killary Harbour

    Killary Harbour is Ireland's only fjord - it can be toured by car, cycle, on foot or by cruise boat.

    Killary Harbour
      See Also : Mayo South

      Killary Harbour

      Killary  Harbour
      Explore the dramatic scenery of Killary harbour. The harbour is a glacial fjord stretching about 16 km inland to the village of Leenane.Killary Harbour, a long narrow fjord is bound on the North by Mweelrea Mountains and the Twelve Bens to the South. The lough marks the boundary between Counties Galway and Mayo.LeenaneThe village of Leenane si ......More
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      Explore the dramatic scenery of Killary harbour. The harbour is a glacial fjord stretching about 16 km inland to the village of Leenane.

      Killary Harbour, a long narrow fjord is bound on the North by Mweelrea Mountains and the Twelve Bens to the South. The lough marks the boundary between Counties Galway and Mayo.

      Leenane

      The village of Leenane sits at the head of fjord, while the village is small it does have a number of good pubs and local restaurants. The village is a good base if you wish to walk some of the green roads, tracks and walkways in the area.



      Famine Village
      The remains of a village deserted during the Irish Great Famine 1840s is located close to the lough and accessible by following the green path.
      Ceoil agus Craic
      If the weather is inclement, don't despair just head to one of the local pubs and you may find some musicians free playing or a groups playing cards while taking a few pints.


      Aquaculture
      Salmon and mussels are farmed locally in the lough, you will inevitably see the small mussel rafts working

      In around Killary there is much to do. Enjoy a cruise on the Fjord - walk the green roads, stroll around the sea shore or relax over a pint in the village.
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      Further Reading on Wikipedia : Killary Harbour

      Killary Bay

      Killary Bay
      Killary Harbour enters the Atlantic in Killary Bay under the shadow of the Mweelrea Mountains Mayo. The Mweelrea are the highest mountains in County Mayo. The dramatic sea and mountainscape views of Killary Bay and Mweelrea Mountains are best seen while travelling the Renvyle Peninsula Loop Drive or from Rosroe at the head of the Fjord.
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      Killary Harbour enters the Atlantic in Killary Bay under the shadow of the Mweelrea Mountains Mayo. The Mweelrea are the highest mountains in County Mayo.



      The dramatic sea and mountainscape views of Killary Bay and Mweelrea Mountains are best seen while travelling the Renvyle Peninsula Loop Drive or from Rosroe at the head of the Fjord.
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      Further Reading on Wikipedia : Mweelrea

      Kylemore Valley

      Set among lakes, rivers and mountains - a visit to Kylemore Valley and Abbey is time well spent

      Kylemore Valley

        Kylemore Valley

        Kylemore  Valley
        While in the area a visit to Kylemore Abbey is a must. Enroute from Leenane or Lough Inagh you pass through the beautiful valley of KylemoreIn Gaelic Kylemore is known as Choill Mhór with a literal translation of The Big Wood.After leaving Lough Inagh travelling north from Recess, the area is pretty barren with just a covering of grass with some ......More
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        While in the area a visit to Kylemore Abbey is a must. Enroute from Leenane or Lough Inagh you pass through the beautiful valley of Kylemore

        In Gaelic Kylemore is known as Choill Mhór with a literal translation of The Big Wood.

        After leaving Lough Inagh travelling north from Recess, the area is pretty barren with just a covering of grass with some grazing sheep. But when you turn left into the Kylemore valley, with its 3 lakes the flora changes dramatically to stands of oak and other native trees, birds and flowers are plentiful though hidden among the trees.



        Angling
        The loughs in the valley are excellent for angling and you can hire a boat locally.
        Kylemore Abbey is at the head of this valley and is worth a visit.



        The valley is especially beautiful in late spring ( April/May ) when the Rhododendrons are in full flower.
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        Further Reading on Wikipedia : Kylemore Abbey

        N59 Kylemore to Killary

        N59 Kylemore to Killary
        Following the N59 road north through Kylemore Valley leads past Lough Fee on the Left and ahead lies Killary Fjord.
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        Following the N59 road north through Kylemore Valley leads past Lough Fee on the Left and ahead lies Killary Fjord.

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        Towns and Villages

        While Connemara is not densely populated there are a number of villages and the town of Clifden is the area's major centre.

        Towns and Villages

          Clifden

          Clifden
          Explore the picturesque village of Clifden set between the mountains of Connemara and the Atlantic Ocean.Clifden town was developed in the early 19th century, while remote from Galway city, it had access to local resources, such as fishing, quarries, good harbour and reasonable agricultural land.Before the end of the same century, the rail lin ......More
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          Explore the picturesque village of Clifden set between the mountains of Connemara and the Atlantic Ocean.

          Clifden town was developed in the early 19th century, while remote from Galway city, it had access to local resources, such as fishing, quarries, good harbour and reasonable agricultural land.

          Before the end of the same century, the rail line arrived in the town, giving it an economy boast for a number of years, providing access to Galway city for local produce, the train also brought tourists to the town. Unfortunately the life of the train was short lived as the line from Galway was closed in 1935.



          Today the town 's main focus is tourism and acts as a base location for visitors touring the area. The town has a number of quality restaurants and pubs. Local accommodation can be found in hotels, guest houses and bed and breakfasts.

          There is a fine walk from the town down past the harbour and along the estuary of Clifden Bay and on beyond the point where the bay broadens out.

          For sailing enthusiasts the bay has excellent waters and a fine sailing club.

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          Further Reading on Wikipedia : Clifden

          Maam Village

          Maam Village
          Maam or Maum village lies to the east of Connemara and close to Lough Corrib.The village lies on a northerly gate way from Lough Corrib to West Connemara - the village is tiny though it has a pub which offers refreshments and food.
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          Maam or Maum village lies to the east of Connemara and close to Lough Corrib.

          The village lies on a northerly gate way from Lough Corrib to West Connemara - the village is tiny though it has a pub which offers refreshments and food.
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          Letterfrack

          Letterfrack
          The small village of Letterfrack lies at the head of Barnaderg Bay and below Diamond hill. It is close to the entrance to Connemara National Park. The village is home to the Letterfrack GMIT campus. For many years the village was the home of an indus Letterfrack was selected by Marconi as the location for the transatlantic wireless receiver stat ......More
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          The small village of Letterfrack lies at the head of Barnaderg Bay and below Diamond hill. It is close to the entrance to Connemara National Park. The village is home to the Letterfrack GMIT campus. For many years the village was the home of an indus



          Letterfrack was selected by Marconi as the location for the transatlantic wireless receiver station for his new duplex transatlantic wireless service. Beginning in 1913, eastbound messages were sent from his Marconi Towers, Nova Scotia high power wir

          If you get the opportunity see some of the excellent examples of art hand crafted by the college students.
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          Further Reading on Wikipedia : Letterfrack

          Recess

          Recess
          The village of recess lies on the N59 beside Lough Gorman and close to the enterance to Inagh Valley. Follow the road west to Clifden - a samll town or turn north into the beautiful valley bordered by the Maamturk and Twelve Pin Mountains. Recess is a cross roads on a number of the Connemara Loop drives - West towards Clifden, the Sky and Peninsul ......More
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          The village of recess lies on the N59 beside Lough Gorman and close to the enterance to Inagh Valley. Follow the road west to Clifden - a samll town or turn north into the beautiful valley bordered by the Maamturk and Twelve Pin Mountains.



          Recess is a cross roads on a number of the Connemara Loop drives - West towards Clifden, the Sky and Peninsula Loops - north takes you to Kylemore and Killary Harbour.
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          Further Reading on Wikipedia : Recess County Galway

          Loop Drives

          The peninsula loop drives are short and can be done in succession, the time taken varies depending on when and how often you stop. The loops are also suitable for cycling and can parts can be walked.

          Loop Drives

            Sky Road Loop

            Sky Road Loop
            Take the sky road from Clifden and enjoy an Atlantic sunset or amble along the narrow roadsIn the Connemara region close to Clifden there are a number of marked looped roads, the Sky Road is one such road, it loops out and rises above the town, offering views of town set against the Maumturk Mountains.The road continues with views over Clifden ......More
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            Take the sky road from Clifden and enjoy an Atlantic sunset or amble along the narrow roads

            In the Connemara region close to Clifden there are a number of marked looped roads, the Sky Road is one such road, it loops out and rises above the town, offering views of town set against the Maumturk Mountains.

            The road continues with views over Clifden Bay and then swings around to hug the Atlantic Coast line, giving great views of the sea below and on the fine days beautiful sunsets as the sun drops into the sea long before it reaches the USA.

            The road continues and eventually sweeps back to Clifden.



            From Clifden there are a number of scenic road walks which take you along the coast. Just follow the roads out of town.

            In Clifden the Sky Road Loop is well sign posted. Follow the sign posted route and it will take you out and above the town, this small road wanders above the coast - when it loops back to the N59 you can return to Clifden or continue on the Renvyle L
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            Further Reading on Wikipedia : Clifden

            Cleggan Drive

            Cleggan Drive
            The Cleggan loop drive takes you along the southern end of Cleggan head past Claddaghduff and over the headland to Cleggan Bay and into the small fishing village of Cleggan. You can take a ferry to Inisbofin from Cleggan Village.
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            The Cleggan loop drive takes you along the southern end of Cleggan head past Claddaghduff and over the headland to Cleggan Bay and into the small fishing village of Cleggan. You can take a ferry to Inisbofin from Cleggan Village.

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            Further Reading on Wikipedia : Cleggan

            Renvyle Loop

            Renvyle Loop
            The Renvyle Loop drive takes you out along the Renvyle Headland -( turn left when heading north in Letterfrack) - pass bty the Tully Mountains and over the hills towards Killary Bay When you get to Renvyle - there is a long beach where you can stretch a leg, a village with some food, As you walk along the beach towards the golf course there are s ......More
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            The Renvyle Loop drive takes you out along the Renvyle Headland -( turn left when heading north in Letterfrack) - pass bty the Tully Mountains and over the hills towards Killary Bay



            When you get to Renvyle - there is a long beach where you can stretch a leg, a village with some food, As you walk along the beach towards the golf course there are some amazing views of the Maamturk Mountains.
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            Rossleague Drive

            Rossleague Drive
            The N59 road from Clifden to Letterfrack passes Rossleague and Barnaderg Bay. Just off the road there is a coffee and craft shopFrom the tiny harbour there are some finew views looking towards Letterfrack and the Connemara National Park
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            The N59 road from Clifden to Letterfrack passes Rossleague and Barnaderg Bay. Just off the road there is a coffee and craft shop

            From the tiny harbour there are some finew views looking towards Letterfrack and the Connemara National Park
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            Maam Cross

            When you get to Maam Cross - you can travel the four points of the compass - North, South, East or West

            Maam Cross

              Maams Cross

              Maams  Cross
              Enjoy the breathtaking views on the road from Maams Cross through Lough Inagh Valley and on to Kylemore. The Connemara Park is more than 2000 ha of bog land, mountains, rivers lakes and streams.The visitor centre is located just outside Letterfrack. The park is open all year round and is popular with walkers and climbers. The village of Rece ......More
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              Enjoy the breathtaking views on the road from Maams Cross through Lough Inagh Valley and on to Kylemore.
              The Connemara Park is more than 2000 ha of bog land, mountains, rivers lakes and streams.

              The visitor centre is located just outside Letterfrack. The park is open all year round and is popular with walkers and climbers. The village of Recess is a good stopping point before you turn right and head into the Twelve Tins mountains and Lough Inagh valley. The Connemara Loop, a circular route through some of the most scenic areas, starts at Maam Cross. The road distance is about 90Km, though the driving time due to stop offs, rests, and perhaps a sing song in a Connemara pub, may take some time The roads through Connemara are generally small and narrow. The area hosts many bus tours, so better to avoid the tours and stay ahead or wait till they have well passed.

              The Inagh Valley opens out into the less rugged Kylemore valley. A stop in the abbey is a must, so don't forget to take the left turn when you reach the main road.
              Inagh Valley is one of the most photographed areas of Connemara on a fine day. The road winds along the side of Derry Clare Lake and Lough Inagh, bound on the West by the Twelve Pins and on the right by the mighty MaumTurk mountains.

              The Inagh Valley opens out into the less rugged Kylemore valley. A stop in the abbey a must.
              From Maams Cross you can select which direction to take - go south for a loop around Galway Bay, west for one of the scenic short loop drives and north to Maam Village and upper Lough Corrib
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              Further Reading on Wikipedia : Maumturks

              Maam Cross to Clifden

              Maam Cross to Clifden
              The scenic N59 road from Maam Cross with its mountainous backdrop,winds by a series of lakes. While following the Clifden Loop you pass through Recess and continue on the N59 as it meanders past lakes, streams and mountains, till it reaches the town of Clfiden.
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              The scenic N59 road from Maam Cross with its mountainous backdrop,winds by a series of lakes.



              While following the Clifden Loop you pass through Recess and continue on the N59 as it meanders past lakes, streams and mountains, till it reaches the town of Clfiden.
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              Maam Cross South

              Maam Cross South
              South of Maam Cross the R336 road takes you through unspoilt landscpape with distance views of the Twelve Pins and Maamturk Mountains. The R336 leads you to Galway Bay and Carroe and Rossaveel. The R336 road is part the Galway Ougherrad Galway Bay loop drive - you can leave Galway and head out along the coast through Barna or follow the Ougtherra ......More
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              South of Maam Cross the R336 road takes you through unspoilt landscpape with distance views of the Twelve Pins and Maamturk Mountains. The R336 leads you to Galway Bay and Carroe and Rossaveel.



              The R336 road is part the Galway Ougherrad Galway Bay loop drive - you can leave Galway and head out along the coast through Barna or follow the Ougtherrad road past Lough Corrib to Maam Cross - the R336 connects the two parts of the loop.
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              Further Reading on Wikipedia : Maam Cross

              Kylemore Abbey

              The Abbey and Gardens are open all year to the public. There is a cafe within the grounds.

              Kylemore Abbey

                Kylemore Abbey

                Kylemore  Abbey
                One of Irelands most iconic castles, Kylemore stands as an oasis amongst the heather and boglandKylemore Abbey was built in the late 19th century, as a gift by the owner to his wife. The Abbey boasts as being one of Ireland's finest castles. Certainly the view is stunning The Abbey is nestled along the shore of Kylymore lake, back dropped b ......More
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                One of Irelands most iconic castles, Kylemore stands as an oasis amongst the heather and bogland

                Kylemore Abbey was built in the late 19th century, as a gift by the owner to his wife. The Abbey boasts as being one of Ireland's finest castles. Certainly the view is stunning The Abbey is nestled along the shore of Kylymore lake, back dropped by the Rhododendron purple in early summer. The Abbey until recently was a boarding school for girls, run by the Benedictine nuns, who had fled Belgium after the second world war. Today the Abbey is open as a visitor centre Apart from providing access to the house, visitors can also enjoy the Victorian walled gardens. This is the only formal garden in Ireland, built in and surrounded by bog land.

                Connemara Park
                The Connemara Park is more than 2000 ha of bog land, mountains, rivers lakes and streams. The visitor centre is located just outside Letterfrack. The park is open all year round and is popular with walkers and climbers. Connemara ponies can be seen on some of the remote farms on the road from Ougtherrad to Clifden. The pony show takes place annually in Clifden in August.

                Enjoy a relaxing break inthe excellent cafe, stroll about the gardens and grounds or visit the house.

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                Kylemore House

                Kylemore House
                Kylemore Abbey was built as a family home by Michael Henry, a wealthy doctor who lived in London. The abbey was completed in 1871 and the Henry family moved from England to Kylemore. Michael Henry took an interest in politics and became an MP for Galway County in 1871 , a role he maintained for almost 15 years.
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                Kylemore Abbey was built as a family home by Michael Henry, a wealthy doctor who lived in London. The abbey was completed in 1871 and the Henry family moved from England to Kylemore. Michael Henry took an interest in politics and became an MP for Galway County in 1871 , a role he maintained for almost 15 years.

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                Kylemore Estate

                Kylemore Estate
                The estate covers an area of about 15,000 acres of Connemara woodland, hills, lakes, streams and bog land.
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                The estate covers an area of about 15,000 acres of Connemara woodland, hills, lakes, streams and bog land.

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                Kylemore Lake

                Kylemore Lake
                Within close proximity to the Abbey there are two inter connected lakes. Both valuable fishing waters.
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                Within close proximity to the Abbey there are two inter connected lakes. Both valuable fishing waters.

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                Kylemore Gardens

                Kylemore Gardens
                Within the estate there is a walled garden which is maintained throughout the year and looks splendid during the summer months. Within the garden one of the workers cottage is kept as a mini museum showing how the gardeners loved in the past.
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                Within the estate there is a walled garden which is maintained throughout the year and looks splendid during the summer months. Within the garden one of the workers cottage is kept as a mini museum showing how the gardeners loved in the past.

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