A TESTAMENT TO TIME & TRADITION
Experience historic Ireland through one of the country's largest sheep farms
ABOUT GLEN KEEN FARM
Due to its vast size, rich history, and natural beauty, Glen Keen Farm is a one-of-a-kind destination in Ireland. This single family-owned sheep farm consists of a commonage footprint that extends over 5,500 acres, making it one of the country’s largest operating farms. It is located within a European Union-designated Special Area of Conservation for its unique habitats and wildlife. Found along the Wild Atlantic Way, Glen Keen Farm is County Mayo’s front door to the Delphi Valley, Killary Harbour, and the world-renowned Connemara region.
Thank you for visiting our website and for your interest in our visitor experience. Due to COVID19 Glen Keen Farm is closed to the Public and individual visitors.
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WHY VISIT GLEN KEEN FARM?
Book a stay at the Glen Keen Farm Cottage, relax in the peace and tranquility of this Special Area of Conservation. For enquiries/bookings email email@example.com
More than just a sheep farm, Glen Keen is an unwavering brand, a testament to time and tradition. With a family history in the area stretching back centuries, Catherine, Jim, and James carry on the love of Irish farm life, bringing it alive for others to cherish.
EXPERIENCES FOR TOUR OPERATORS
& GROUP BOOKINGS
Glen Keen Farm offers a range of cultural and immersive visitor experiences for groups and private visitors, ranging from sheep herding demos to Irish music and dance sessions.
GLEN KEEN SHOP
Looking for an authentic Irish gift that supports local economies? Stop by the Glen Keen Farm Shop where you will find bespoke items, handcrafted pottery, knitwear, souvenirs, and other unique Irish-made products.
Nestled at the foot of the Sheeffrey Hills, Glen Keen’s traditional, rural farm cottage is available for holiday rentals. This four-bedroom guest home enjoys a secluded and tranquil setting. The gentle flow of the nearby Carrowniskey River, lively bird songs, and a crackling turf fire completely remove guests from their busy world and encourages them to reconnect with nature at its purest.