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Winner of ‘Best Tour Feature in Ireland’ 2015 & Awards of Excellence 2016 by CIE Tours International, Glen Keen is one of Ireland’s largest working sheep farms, the visitor centre & restaurant is purpose built to welcome guests on their journey along the Wild Atlantic Way. Nestled between Co. Mayo and Connemara, Glen Keen is located in a Special Area of Conservation on the R335 just 10km from Louisburgh going towards Leenane.
Glen Keen and its present owners have a direct link since the late 1600s. This area is steeped in Irish History and Culture with the Landscape providing a theatre of Ireland’s past and turbulent times all in visual range.
This visitor centre at Glen Keen is ideal for group visits. Farm demonstrations include; Sheep Dog Herding, Sheep Shearing, Wool Spinning, Irish Music & Dance, Irish Coffee Making, Guided Historical Walks to ring forts and the ‘Rundale Field System’, ancient burial grounds and private hill hikes enjoying spectacular views of the Sheaffrey and Mweelrea Mountain ranges. The restaurant provides a perfect lunch stop, offering farm to plate delicious home cooked food. Glen Keen is located on the national famine walk which is commemorated each year just 4 miles away at the breathtaking Doolough Valley. Enjoy an authentic and engaging traditional Irish experience.