Covid 19 Update

In the interest of protecting the safety and health of our staff, their families, our guests, suppliers and our close-knit Connemara community we have taken the difficult decision to close until further notice. 

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In the interest of the health and safety of our associates and guests, we have implemented a minimum 2 night stay until September 30th

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Set in a private 700 acre estate of woodland, rivers and walks in the heart of Connemara Co. Galway

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Omey Beach
A trip to Connemara would not be complete without a visit to Omey. Every day for a few hours, the tide goes out revealing a long beach which connects the island to the mainland. Visitors to Omey can explore the rock pools left behind by the current or walk (or drive) across the beach and go onto the island, where you can find the ruins of a medieval church and a holy well. 

When visiting the island, you need to make sure to check the tide times to avoid being stranded on Omey Island and leave for the mainland before the tide comes back in and the path across the beach becomes flooded. 

Omey has a connection to Ballynahinch as in the early 1800s two of the Omey townlands belonged to the Martin Family who once owned Ballynahinch Castle. 

Located 30 minutes drive from Ballynahinch.