The edge of Europe, these 3 islands are steeped in Irish culture, heritage and our native language. You can visit the Aran Islands by taking a ferry at Rossaveal or by flying from Connemara Regional airport located near Inverin.
The Burren, in North County Clare and parts of South County Galway covering an area of 160 square km, is unique - it is like no other place in Ireland.
Connemara is described by many as one of the most scenic areas of Ireland. Connemara’s history goes back thousands of years. Its coast has an endless amount of nice but remote beaches and its most famous export is the green and white Connemara Marble.
The Cliffs of Moher
A must see - these magnificent cliffs rise from the Atlantic Ocean to a height of nearly 200m and extend for a distance of 8km from Hag’s Head to a point beyond O’Brien’s Tower.
Kylemore Abbey & Gardens
When visiting Connemara, the Kylemore Abbey & Gardens are a must see. Roam around the gardens or examine the architecture of the Abbey founded in 1852.
The House hotel team would be delighted to recommend and organise day trips for you with our partner company, the Galway Tour Company. The Galway Tour Company offers creative, fun and informative day tours to the most popular sites such as the Cliffs of Moher in the Burren or Kylemore Abbey in Connemara.
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