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Letterfrack is a small village on the Wild Atlantic way and on the N59 (National Route - Clifden to Galway). It is a bustling village with three pubs, four restaurants, a supermarket, butcher, post-office and two craft shops. Letterfrack is also home to a Furniture College, radio station (Connemara Commuity Radio) and a commuinty centre. Connemara National Park and the Diamond Mountain are accessed from Letterfrack village - this is the most popular hill walking area in the West of Ireland. Letterfrack Pier is the starting point for boat trips and fishing.
Stay at Letterfrack Farm Cottages and a short walk will bring you to one of our three pubs for a pint a live Irish Traditional music session or one of the village restaurants for a gourmet meal.
The Neo-Gothic Caastle - Kylemore Abbey is a three minute drive from Letterfrack Farm - it is the most popular visitor attraction in Connemara and well worth a visit.
Connemara National Park - Experience the wilds of Connemara.
Connemara National Park is located in Letterfrack village a short walk from Letterfrack Farm - a walk to the top of the Diamond Mountain or along one of the parks trails is a must-do for anyone visiting Connemara.
Sit and enjoy a pint outside one of Letterfrack's three pubs and watch the world go by.
Letterfrack is famous for its live traditional music and good restaurants.
Renvyle is located along the most magnificent coast line of the entire West Coast of Ireland - cliffs, islands, expanses of white beaches, ancient piers and headlands - you will find it all here in Renvyle.
A short walk from Wild Atlantic Vista House will bring you to one of Connemara's iconic beaches - the White Strand.
The White strand - one of the best beaches in Connemara.
Short drive from Renvyle and Letterfrack.
Wild Atlantic Vista House is situated on a wonderful stretch of coast that you can enjoy at anytime of the year.
Views to Lettergesh Beach.
Clifden is the main town in Connemara. It is an historic, country town beside the sea. It has a wide variety of shops, retaurants, cafes and pubs and you can find live, traditional Irish music here 7 nights a week - all year round.
Clifden at sun rise.
Clifden town is a 2 miles from Old Fishing Lodge. It is situated on N59 - the main route from Galway to Westport. It is a major destination on the Wild Atlantic Way.