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Tourmakeady (official name : Thur Mhic Éadaigh) is a rural and tourist area in County Mayo in the West of Ireland. It has a population of approximately 1000 people. Part of Tourmakeady was originally in neighbouring County Galway, but was placed under the administration of County Mayo in 1898. Tourmakeady is noted for its rugged and picturesque scenery. It is located between the shores of Lough Mask and the Partry Mountains, and covers an area from Srah to Maamtrasna. Tourmakeady is renowned for its fishing, wonderful walks, and the natural waterfall located in Tourmakeady woods. It is approximately 26km (16 miles) from the Atlantic.


Cong has gained international fame through its association with Hollywood epic " The Quiet Man" starring the legendary John Wayne and Maureen O' Hara. Much of the movie was filmed on the grounds of Ashford Castle. The town and castle area remain little changed since 1952, and Cong's connection with the movie make it a tourist attraction. Cong village is the site of an old Augustinian Abbey which was founded by the High king of Ireland Turlough O' Connor in 1123. This abbey itself replaced the even older seventh century monestary of St. Feichin. Adjacent to the abbey, you will find a path along the river where you can stroll through one of the loveliest forests of Ireland.

Ashford Castle

Dating back to 1228 and once the estate of the Guinness family, the legendary 5-star Ashford Castle was one of the first luxury Castle Hotels in Ireland. Situated beside the tranquil Lough Corrib, Ashford Castle is a top Mayo Hotel and one of the best examples of a Castle in Ireland. Opening as a hotel in 1939, Ashford Castle has welcomed many Heads of State as well as International Personalities over the years.

Lisloughrey Lodge

Lisloughrey Lodge was originally built in 1865 for the Estate Manager of Ashford Castle Estate which was the home of the Guinness family until the early 1900's and enjoys its own unique history and heritage in addition to the fascinating history of the Castle and Estate. Overlooking Lisloughrey Quay with a spectacular view of Lough Corrib, Lisloughrey Lodge offers an exemplary country house experience in Cong, Co Mayo.


The Story of Knock began on Thursday evening of the 21st August 1879, Our Lady, St. Joseph and St. John the Evangelist appeared at the south gable of the church at Knock, County Mayo, Ireland. Beside them and a little to their left was an alter with a cross and a figure of a lamb, around which angels hovered. There were fifteen official witnesses to the apparition - young and old - who watched and prayed for two hours in the pouring rain.

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From the rugged Twelve Pens or Twelve Pins mountain range in the north through lake-rich Roundstone Bog to the golden beaches reaching out into the Atlantic Ocean, You'll know you're in Connemara by the light that constantly changes the mood and tone of the landscape. Connemara has long been regarded as the real emerald of Ireland.

"Connemara is a savage beauty", Oscar Wilde


Westport is a unique town because of its layout and location. It was planned and designed by the renowned architect Jame Leeson. Situated near Croagh Patrick, Ireland's most famous mountain and on the shores of Clew Bay, its old world harbour was once a thriving port serving County Mayo. Westport is very different in design from any other Irish town. A visit to Westport will confirm its uniqueness.

Joyce Country

Joyce Country (Irish: Dúiche Sheoighe) is a region in counties Galway and Mayo in Ireland. There are about 2,000 people living in the area. About 25% are native Irish speakers. Joyce Country lies west of Lough Mask area, beyond the isthmus; a hilly region in the north of County Galway, extending into the southern part of County Mayo, traversed by green valleys and lonely roads which takes its name from a Welsh family who settled here in the 13th century during the reign of Edward I. Many people with the name Joyce still live there. The famous writer, James Joyce, carries the family name, although he was born in Dublin in 1882. There exists a Joyce Country Mountain and Lake District which covers the area south of Lough Mask, including the communities from Clonbur to Maam, Cloghbrack and Finney. Some sources include the balance of the isthmus, extending the region to Cong, Cross and The Neale.



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