When you stay at The Greenfield Lodge, there are many outdoor activities you can participate in the local area that will make your trip more memorable. From fishing to shooting, there is an activity to suit everyone. The team at the Greenfield Lodge will keep you informed of relevant activities in the local area.

Game Fishing

Lough Corrib has some of the best game fishing waters in the world. We strongly recommend that you do not miss the opportunity to fish during your stay at The Greenfield Lodge.

Lough Corrib is home to of some of the best wild brown trout fishing in Europe. Greenfield Lodge is ideally placed at the edge of the lake, with its own private jetty, ideal for anglers looking for fly fishing holidays.

Experience everything that Ireland has to offer.

Sea Fishing

When you visit Ireland, fishing in our waters will be a unique experience that will make your trip more special. Don’t miss out on this once in a lifetime experience.

As well as finding brown trout in the waters, you will also find an increasing amount of salmon and pike available to all fishing enthusiasts.


The area around Lough Corrib is extremely rich in wildlife which makes it a superb place to go shooting when it is in season. Walk up shooting for woodcock and snipe in the surrounding areas is available at peak season, which is November and December.


Our hotel is situated close to several golf parks that offer a golfing experience with scenic views.

There are 4 main 18 hole golf courses, all within an hour’s driving distance of Greenfield Lodge – Connemara, Westport, Oughterard and Connemara Isles. We would be happy to provide more information on these courses, and assist you in contacting any of these golf courses.


INCHIQUIN, or INNISQUIN, an island, in the parish of KILLURSA, barony of CLARE, county of GALWAY, and province of CONNAUGHT, 4 miles (W.) from Headford: the population is returned with the parish. It is situated in Lough Corrib, about a mile from the shore, contains 131 acres of arable land, and is the property of P. Lynch, Esq., of Ballycurrin. An abbey was founded here by St. Brendon towards the close of the sixth century. There is also a local nature reserve where you can catch a glimpse of the birds in the area.


There are many beautiful routes for cycling around the area and we can advise you on the best route to take depending on your ability. There are many family friendly routes with stopping points where you can enjoy a relaxing picnic or just take a break. The Lodge provides secure storage for bikes.

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