Tigh Mheaic is a lively eclectic pub situated in Carna - a stunning coastal fishing village in the heart of the Conamara Gaeltacht.
You are likely to find all sorts of characters local and visitor hanging around Tigh Mheaic having a pint or a bite and enjoying the often lively banter!
Live music at weekends.
Good Pub Food and a hearty welcome :)
Tigh Mheaic is owned and run by brother and sister Fergus Ó Cualáin and Clíona Ní Chualáin..
Beautiful beaches, islands and fabulous coastal scenery..
Stunning variety of walks on bog roads, hills and mountains..
Golf within 30min drive..
An active area for the traditional sailboats - Galway Hookers - many of these traditional boats were built and are sailed around the beautiful bays in Carna area to this day. Many sailors young and old enjoy racing these boats every weekend between May & Sept around Conamara. Ask for info at Tigh Mheaic if you are interested in taking a trip or want any info on these amazing boats. Many of these famous boats, their builders and sailors are based in the Carna area. You're sure to find some of them Tigh Mheaic!
Carna is in the heart of the Conamara Gaeltacht where the Irish language remains the main language of the area. Má tá suím agat an Ghaeilge a chloisteáil nó í a fhoghlaim, tar go Carna!
Beidh céad míle fáilte romhat Tigh Mheaic :)
Visit website: www.tighmheaic.ie
Whats on Offer:
- Live Music
- Parties Catered For
- Pub Quiz
- Baby-changing Facilities
- Beer Garden
- Car Parking
- Family Friendly
- Family Run
- Function Room
- High Chairs
- Open Fire
- Wheelchair Access
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"THE BEST IN THE WEST"
I have been Tigh Mheaic 43 trips to Carna, the current family owners have brought it back from extinction. It has maintained its true Irish ways - hospitality, food, music, & always a great, warm, friendly clientele its like being in Irish HEAVEN. TALLY-HO johnnie nee
Review published 12 October 2013
Posted by: john J. nee [irish citizen]
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