Glen Keen Farm & Visitor Centre, Louisburgh

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • We visited Glen Keen Farm with a coach group. What a wonderful hour and a half we spent. The working dog demonstration was really enjoyable. Catherine and her husband Jim, along with the dogs, gave us...  more »
  • If you are on the road to and from the Doolough Pass then you have to stop here. My car group were passing in about 60 cars & each one received a very warm welcome from Catherine and her team. The foo...  more »
  • We were 70 students from Belgium and had a wonderful day on the farm . The sheep dog demonstration the people the scones the Irish music & songs the meal we will never forget it and hope to go back. A...  more »
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  • We were greeted very warmly by the staff and treated to a wonderful sheepdog show and scones thanks to being with a tour group. The staff went out of their way to be friendly and helpful, answering all questions. My favorite part of this particular trip to Ireland.
  • A very nice and interesting experience. The dogs were lovely and so clever! Mrs Catherine was a sweet lady, and her establishment was brilliant. Very good lunch!
  • Lovely staff, lovely food, very welcoming and homely. Enjoyed watching the sheep hearding and feeding the lambs and donkey's.
  • Great place for lunch in the beautiful Delphi Valley.
  • The drive on the way to doola pass, a sacred rememerance of the famine, was worth the trip alone. Magnificent mountain ranges and sheep ruling the road. Glen keen farm was a superb visit.. Catherine and Jim and Maura and Mary were so welcoming. The eclectic dining room with multi colored chairs, beautiful light over looking a stream with a backdrop of majestic mountains, fantastic food, and an amazing demonstration by the two sheep dogs Holly and Liz made the best day of our two week visit to the Westport area. My daughter and I also got to walk with Jim and the dogs to check for new born sheep and my daughter got to assist with a newborn. Glen keen farm is a wonderful example of agri tourism. Do not miss this experience if you are in the Westport area!