Dooroy Lodge Self Catering Accommodation near Cong / Clonbur County Galway
 

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 Contact Details :
Dooroy Lodge
Coalpark Quay,
Clonbur / Cong
Co. Galway.

Tel:
+353 (0)94 9548159

Mob: (0)87 2406788

 

  Email: kinneavey@eircom.net

 
 

 

  Welcome to Dooroy House & Lodge

Local Attractions & Activities

 

“My Recommended Day trips... not to be missed”

The Sky Road, Clifden, breathtaking views............. next stop America, go on a clear day to get the best views .
Kylemore Abbey & Gardens, beautiful drive to a beautiful place, lovely garden walks, crafts and food.
Cong, Cong Abbey, Monks Fishing House , woodland walks to Ashford Castle
Westport, Westport House and adventure park, great day for children. The scenic drive to Westport via Louisburg is very picturesque.
Leenane village is features Irelands only Fiord, Catamaran boat trips available and seaweed baths.
Walking / Cycling
Locally there is a scenic trail to the next village Cornamona with spectacular views of Lough Corrib.
Woodland trails from Clonbur to Cong
Traditional Music Session, the real Irish session music, Thursday nights in Danaghers Hotel in Cong village, from about 8pm
Galway City, visit the old town in Quay Street, shops, pubs and great music craic & food

I hope you get to enjoy some of these gems.
Regards, your Host,
Rhona Kinneavey

 

WALKING
Not to be missed “Dooroy Nature Trail” can be enjoyed by our guests, this looped trail takes you through the woodlands and out to a point at the lakeshore with truly spectacular views and absolute tranquillity. This can be either a romantic stroll or kid’s big adventure.

Locally there is an abundance of walking trails, the stunning “Sean Bothar” (Gaelic for the Old Road) is a 10 Km walk from Clonbur to Cornamona and can be accessed nearby, the entire route overlooks Lough Corrib. For the more energetic Hill climbing is a must at “Mount Gable”, a worthwhile climb to panoramic views of both the lakes & mountains.

TOURING
This is an ideal base for touring the delights of Cong, Connemara & Connemara National Park, Leenane and Killary Fjord, Kylemore Abbey & Gardens, Clifden and the Sky road, Westport & Galway city, all of which are within an hours drive.

Locally both Cong & Clonbur offer a variety of pubs & dining experiences from cafes to bar food & restaurants. Live traditional music sessions are held most weekends and additional nights in the summer season.

There is a local Taxi service in Clonbur.
There is a Tourist office in Cong.

FAMOUS FOR FISHING
Fishing on Lough Corrib & Lough Mask.

With Lough Corrib quite literally on your doorstep, we can not make life easlier for fishermen. Our Boathouse & Pier at Dooroy Lodge are available to guests, with lake boats available for hire.
The fishing in the area is second to none in the world. The season extends from February to end of September (the dapping season from mid May to mid June), using mayfly and from mid July to mid September. We are delighted to offer guidance and local ghillies (fishing guides) can be arranged. A salmon licence may be purchased in the local villages.

Connemara National Park
Connemara National Park covers some 2,957 hectares of scenic mountains, expanses of bogs, heaths, grasslands and woodlands. Some of the Park's mountains are part of the famous Twelve Bens. Entry to the park is free and there is a newly constructed playground for children. There is a very nice visitor centre with refreshments available. There are some majestic walks to suit all levels. There is a path which leads all the way to the top of the ‘Diamond’.

Kylemore Abbey and Victorian Walled Gardens
Kylemore Abbey is the oldest of the Irish Benedictine Abbeys. The Community of nuns, who have resided here since 1920, have a long history stretching back almost three hundred and forty years. The Visitor Centre welcomes visitors on a daily basis. There is a twelve-minute video which is available in three languages.
www.kylemoreabbey.com

Beaches
Glasilaun beach is a natural beauty. Always golden sand even in high tide it’s set on a gentle inlet which makes the water very calm. Some fantastic snorkelling of rocks and kelp. Approx 50 minutes drive.
Lettergesh beach. Great waves for body boarding with an offshore breeze.
Dogs Bay at Roundstone. Beautiful cove with some lovely rocks for snorkelling around. Approx. 50 minutes drive.

ADVENTURE

Petersburg Outdoor Education Centre, Clonbur
Fantastic local Outdoor Adventure Centre, activities include; Ab-sailing, rock climbing, caving, gorge walking, raft building kayaking, sailing.... Suitable for ages 8 +.

Ph: 00 353 95 46483. www.petersburg.ie

Killary Adventure Company
based on Ireland’s only Fjord – The Killary Fjord – in Leenane, surrounded by some of the most idyllic scenery that Connemara has to offer. High Octane bungee jumps, a gentle cycling or walking tour through the Irish countryside, an exciting & energetic trip, Skiing, Surfing, thrilling new adventures, with over 25 years of experience.
Ph: 00 353 95 42276.
www.killary.com

Delphi Adventure Centre
Experience the great outdoors. Whether it’s climbing to the top of Mweelrea, the highest mountain in the West of Ireland, catching your first surf break on the breathtaking Cross beach, or sea kayaking through the majestic Killary Fjord. Over 25 ocean, forest, and Mountain based activities.
Phone: 00 353 95 42208 www.delphiadventureholidays.ie

Other activities locally
Lough Corrib Boat Trip
Horse riding
Falconry
Golf
Caving

   

 

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