Lisheen Location & Directions


H91 E6DE

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Driving Directions

Get driving directions to Lisheen House via Google Maps.

Coming from Dublin Airport

Follow the signs from Dublin Airport towards the M1 Dublin and Belfast.  As you approach the M1 follow the signs to the M50 and All Other Routes.  Take Exit 1 off the M1 marked Southbound/M50/All Other Routes.

Continue for 13km on the M50 and then take Exit 7 onto the N4 for Galway and the West

After 45km take Exit 11 to merge onto the M6 for Galway (The motorway splits at this junction, with the M6 going left, so be careful not to miss the exit)

As you near Galway City, take Exit 18 onto the M18 towards Limerick and Shannon.

After 15km, take Exit 17 onto the R458 toward Kinvarra and Ardrahan.  Follow the signs to Kilcolgan. 

When you come to the village of of Kilcolgan, turn left onto the N67 for Kinvarra, Ballyvaughan and Lisdoonvarna.

Pass through Kinvarra and approximately 9km further on take the junction right signposted for New Quay.

At Linnane’s Bar and Restaurant turn left up the hill.  Lisheen House is the second house on the left.

Coming from Limerick or Ennis

Take the M18 towards Galway.  Take Exit 15 towards Crusheen.  One mile past the village of Crusheen turn left for Tubber (T11).

Continue on for about 15 miles to the end of that road and turn right and sharp left onto the BallyvaughanKinvara Road (N67 / T69).

Take the first right for New Quay. At Linnanes bar turn left and the house is second on the left.

Coming from Galway

Take the N18 towards Ennis. Turn right at Kilcolgin for Kinvara. Pass through Kinvara and continue on until you come to the right turn for New Quay.

Any problems, contact us on either of the following numbers.

087 2628626

086 0831366

Outside Ireland,

+353 87 2628626

+353 86 0831366


Surrounding Area

Lisheen House sits in the small village of New Quay, just a couple of minutes walk to the beautiful Flaggy Shore.

The village features Linnanes Seafood Bar and Restaurant, a renowned stopping point for locals and those passing through. They provide fantastic fresh seafood dishes all year round, best sampled with a pint of Guinness.

There’s also a local ice cream cafe and art gallery.

New Quay provides a great location for exploring the surrounding Burren National Park.