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Lakeland, Florida
Reviewed October 25, 2016

Visit Dan O'Hara's Homestead Farm to see the place where he and his family lived and the story behind their move to America. Sad story of the famine in Ireland and what people needed to do to survive! The gift shop and café are also very good. All around a great stop on the way to Clifden. Very enlightening.

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Dublin, Ireland
Reviewed August 27, 2016

On a rainy day we did not know what to do near clifden . this was a god send. tour guide is great fun and full of info . very interesting story . audio visual movie good too , lots to learn about this part of the country

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Australia
Reviewed July 4, 2016

We visited as part of a CIE tour of Ireland. The countryside along the way was pretty bleak and the weather was a typical blustery Irish day, especially when we got up to the homestead (a warm waterproof jacket is a good idea!). Martin took us up the hill to the cottage and peat bog in a 'bus' pulled behind...

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Reviewed June 21, 2016 via mobile

We had a very disappointing lunch here.. I ordered a bowl of vegetable soup & a terrible ham salad sandwich..Not sure what type of ham..& lettuce leaves ..nothing else!!.. I had to ask for mayonnaise to make it taste a bit better but it didn't improve the sandwich..My husband ordered the lamb stew as there was no other hot choice..it...

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Reviewed June 13, 2016

When the wife and myself visited this historic site several years back, we were placed on a tour with many enthusiastic German punters. The guide cut turf, spoke about the preservative powers of Irish peat bogs, and showcased the farmstead of Dan O'Hara. Mr. O'Hara was forced off his land for daring to place a window within his wee cottage....

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Pueblo, Colorado
Reviewed July 1, 2015

We spent our honeymoon here, and could not have had a happier stay. The food, service and friendliness were all above and beyond any we have had in a long long time!!! And Martin, the Co-owner manager also provides a self guided tour of the turf pits, Dan O'Hara's Farm House and a wonderful viewpoint stop to take in the...

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Co. Clare
Reviewed May 31, 2015

Hello fellow travellers - My wife and I have just enjoyed a very relaxing break in Connemara and (this) our favourite Guest House. We find the family of staff very accommodating and do everything to make our stay there a very joyful experience. The sleep quality of the bed is great. The overall quality of the en suite room is...

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Ennis, Ireland
Reviewed May 10, 2015

My wife and I are just back from a wonderful and delightful stay at this Guest House. We had a really delightful time there and a very comfortable stay. Our room was room No. 4 which we really like because of the lovely babbling mountain stream/brook just outside the window. When drifting off to sleep it is really comforting to...

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Stockport, United Kingdom
Reviewed January 19, 2015

Most pleasant, helpful and accomodating hosts, a beautiful landscape and hearty breakfasts. The rooms are on the small side but nothing is lacking, including a fascinating display of historic artefacts and a good film, which is available in sevearl languages. A stay we would entirely recommend. Just had day trip here with Family such fun we also had. Going up...

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Waterford, Ireland
Reviewed October 17, 2014 via mobile

Just had day trip here with active retirement group and such fun we had. Going up mountain by tractor was such fun and our host was excellent. Lovely fresh scones as well. Great few hours spent here.Great knowledge of Dan O Hara and his lifeatyle. Highly recommend visiting here.

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Address: 4 miles east of Clifden off the main N59 road, Clifden, Ireland
Location: Ireland > Western Ireland > Province of Connacht > County Galway > Clifden
Number of rooms: 6
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“We did not stay here, just did the tour .”
 of 5 bubbles lbyrne99, Aug 27, 2016 | Read review
“The home made breads and desserts are wonderful!!!”
 of 5 bubbles TomasandCarolL, Jul 1, 2015 | Read review
“Room No.4 is our favourite because of the lovely babbling mountain stream which flows just outside the window. The room is also very spacious with an en-suite bathroom which has a large shower.”
  • Flowing Brook with some fish in it.
  • Little mountain Brook outside the B&B
  • Old Irish (Celtic Mud House)
  • Pathway to an old Oratory here
 of 5 bubbles gerandclarem, May 10, 2015 | Read review
“My wife and I stay in Room 4 - It was the room we stayed in on our Honeymoon on our tour of Ireland. Room 4 has a lovely babbling brook outside the window, it is a real pleasure to lay on the bed and absorb the quiet quietness and the gentle flow of the brook.”
  • Flowing Brook with some fish in it.
  • Little mountain Brook outside the B&B
  • Old Irish (Celtic Mud House)
  • Pathway to an old Oratory here
 of 5 bubbles gerandclarem, Oct 15, 2014 | Read review
“The accommodations appear to be great from any selection. We did not spend much time in the room as there is a wonderful sitting room for reading. The town walk and the outdoor activities keep us very busy during the day and at night we were glad to have a comfortable bed to sleep in.”
 of 5 bubbles 436marilynd, Aug 26, 2014 | Read review
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