Irish Gaelic Culture, Nature & Landscape
"Connemara Gaelic Cultural Experience"
A unique window into local Irish Culture & Nature.
200 acres of magnificent wilderness ! A sense of timelessness & history !
The Cultural Experience, presented in English, is original & natural with learning & fun!
To ensure a quality personal experience for guests visiting Cnoc Suain and to preserve the fragile bogland environment surrounding the hill-village, visitor numbers are limited.
Dr. Maura Krushinski, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.
"I have spoken many times about how wonderful our visit was to Cnoc Suain. For me it was the highlight of my trip to Ireland! You can be sure we will return and will send folks your way. Thank you so much for your dedication to this amazing cultural endeavor and expression!"
Dr. Maura Krushinski, a member of AOIFE - the Association of Irish Festivals - visited Cnoc Suain for the Cultural Experience.
Dan Regan, Kansas City, U.S.
"This is a glimpse into the lives of rural Irish people as it existed for centuries and it's fascinating. The fact that it takes place in one of the most heartbreakingly beautiful landscapes in the world didn't hurt. They even arranged a rainbow for us. I can't recommend a visit highly enough."
Dan Regan, is a founder and past president of the Kansas City Irish Fest.
Ciara Considine, Aonad na Gaeilge, Ollscoil Luimnigh.
"Díreach lenár mbuíochas ó chroí a ghábháil libh as casadh leis an ngrúpa ó Ollscoil Luimnigh inné. Bhí siad chomh tógtha leis an áit agaibh agus bhaineadar sár-thaitnimh as an áit.
Beimid i dteagmháil libh arís mar cinnte beidh mé ag iarraidh grúpaí eile a chur ann - mise san áireamh!"
Is Riarthóir Feidhmiúcháin de Scoil na dTeangacha,Ollscoil Luimnigh í Ciara Considine.
Cait Kelly, Clontarf, Dublin, Ireland.
"Cnoc Suain is an inspirational place. We were carried away by Charlie's enthusiasm, he is so informative about the flora and fauna of the area. Dearbhaill's cottage was equally fascinating and welcoming with music and dancing creating a real Irish afternoon."
Cait Kelly, visited Cnoc Suain, together with members of her Seniors' Club, for the "Conamara Irish Culture Experience" .
Stacey Satchell, New York University.
"I wanted to thank you all for a lovely time at Cnoc Suain last week. The students all enjoyed it so much. I think you have a fabulous program there and will make sure to refer our groups for the experience".
Stacey Satchell, Associate Director of the College of Arts & Science Advising Center, New York University accompanied a group of students to Cnoc Suain for the " Conamara Irish Culture Experience".