Craughwell, Co. Galway
Craughwell (Irish: Creachmhaoil) is a village in County Galway. It is noted for its neatness and its village green has a statue of Lady Augusta Gregory, (1852-1932) a founding member of the Irish National Theatre and another of Anthony Raftery (c1784-1835), last of the great Gaelic bards, both by sculptor, Donal O' Murhcadha. Other noted people associated with Craughwell include John and Angelica Huston of Cinematic fame who lived for a period in the old mansion of St. Clerans nearby, birth place of Robert O' Hara Burke, the first explorer to cross Australia from south to north. Craughwell is also home to the famous Galway 'Blazers' Hunt.
Course Type: Links / Parkland
- By Distance
- By Category
- Loughrea - Co Galway - Thursday
- Athenry - Co Galway - Fridays
- Oranmore - Co Galway
- Kinvara - Co Galway - Friday
- Galway - Galway City
- Mountbellew Local Food - Co Galway - Wednesday
- Ballinasloe - County Galway - Fridays
- Moycullen - Co Galway - Fridays
- Headford - Co Galway
- The Village - Oughterard, Co Galway
- Roundstone Country - Co Galway - Sundays
Galway City Museum
Burren National Park
- Galway Bay Golf Club
Apps and Books
Georgina Campbell's Ireland for Romantic Weddings & HoneymoonsIreland Wedding & Honeymoon Guide - This is a highly selective guidebook to the very best o ...more...
Download our locations to your Garmin Sat Nav free of chargeWe have teamed up with www.myPOIs.ie to produce a free download of the locations of all the Geor ...more...