Looking out onto a pristine Lough Corrib (Corrib Lake). It is the second largest lake in the country and spans 165.6kmÂ².
Sitting on over 300 hectares of land, the 780+ year old Ashford Castle was built in 1228 and was once home to the legendary Guinness family for generations. It also made our list of 25 European Castles You Can Overnight In.
Looking on towards the castle's newer wing. The older portion of the castle is said to be active with paranormal activity.
One of hundreds of islands that are contained within Lough Corrib. It is estimated that there may be as many as 1,200 islands dotting the lake.
The 12 Bens' lush green mountain range in Connemara National Park is said to have not one, but 12 peaks.
Connemara is known for its stone cottages as well as bright red fuchsias and other wild flowers that complement its greenery beautifully.