Things to do
  • GolfInfo...
    Corrib View Farm is ideally located within easy driving distance of many leading championship golf courses
  • Horse Riding Info...
    Horse Riding is available at several local AIRE Centres.
  • Angling Info...
    Lough Corrib is a perfect place for angling and is renowned for salmon and brown trout.
  • Boat Hire Info...
    Hiring a boat on Lough Corrib is a lovely way to spend an afternoon.
  • Walking trails Info...
    Ireland's second-largest freshwater lake is a beautiful location for walking.
Directions

To get to Corrib View Farm by road: From Dublin take the M6 motorway, or from Limerick take the N18, to Galway City.

Continue from the M6 motorway to the N6 dual carriageway towards Galway city centre. At the traffic lights, follow the signs for the N84 road that leads north to Castlebar and Headford.

Drive 10.5 km on the N84 to Clonboo crossroads, then turn left onto road number L2117 to Corrib View Farm, heading 3 km in the direction of Annaghdown pier. Corrib View is on the right, with a signpost outside.

GPS/Map Coordinates

Please note that entering "Annaghdown" into a GPS-based satellite navigation (sat nav) system will not bring you to Corrib View; use "Barranny, Annaghdown, Co. Galway" or use the exact GPS cordinates:

Latitude: 53.368436
Longitude: -9.058667

If using Google Maps, enter "Corrib View, Barranny, Galway, Ireland".

Our Location: Annaghdown, Co. Galway.

Lough Corrib is the second-largest freshwater lake in Ireland and contains 365 islands, of which only 10 are inhabited.

Corrib View is located in Annaghdown, north of Galway City, just 3 km off the Galway–Headford–Castlebar N84 road. Corrib View B&B is signposted at Clonboo crossroads, near Regans bar/restaurant.