We are called All Things Connemara which primarily is a retail shop bringing together Products, Services and Activities which showcase and promote our beautiful heritage and community when we say heritage we mean Past, Present and Future.
We hope you enjoy browsing our online shop which is filled with a diverse range of locally made products sourced from artists and craftspeople from all around Connemara – enjoy!
Irish Whiskey Stones, made in Connemara with Connemara Green Marble.
Enjoy the full taste of your whiskey without water dilution.
Freeze for four hours.
Pour spirits onto stone
give them 5 minutes to cool
wash, dry and freeze again.
This walking guide describes thirty-three of the best coastal, hill and mountain walks in Connemara and Mayo, an area with dramatic scenery combining mountains, valleys, lakes, bogs and sea. detailed instructions are provided for each walk and estimated times are provided with walking grade and levels of difficulty and safety information.
Oyster Gastronomy from two World Gourmand Award-winning food writers Máirín Uí Chomáin & Michael O’Meara contains over 100 recipes featuring this exceptional seafood accompanied by stunning photography by Walter Pfeiffer and Michael O’Meara.
Books of taste created with passion in the heart of Connemara by Artisan House
Tapestry of Light – Ireland’s bogs and wetlands as never seen before
Poetry by John Sheahan
Tina Claffey is a nature photographer with a love for Ireland’s bogs and wetlands. Her stunningly beautiful images reveal the commonplace as something new and exotic. For almost 10 years, she lived and worked in pristine wilderness areas in Botswana, and this experience awakened an appreciation of the natural world of her home country. Tina’s observations and unique perspective of the flora and fauna of the unspoilt raised bogs and wet woodlands of the Irish midlands are celebrated in her new book Tapestry of Light – Ireland’s bogs and wetlands as never seen before.
This hard back, 156 page, highly illustrated and beautifully designed book will be a quality gift for corporate and private exchange and will ensure that the receiver will never view the boglands in quite the same way again.
The story of Derrygimlagh is one of the most compelling, yet little known, international stories of the 20th century. A blanket bog near Clifden, at the very edge of the European continent, was the setting of two outstanding technological achievements of early modernity.
Connemara & Aran is the follow-up to Walter Pfeiffer’s very successful book Connemara & Beyond. Full colour throughout with a new collection of evocative and stunning photographs of Connemara, south Mayo and the Aran Islands, with landscapes like no other and here is the book to match it. The book also includes poetry by highly acclaimed Irish writers both established and emerging poets with strong association to and with Connemara.
1943 – 2017
Galway 101 Interesting facts is a fascinating insight into the people, places, culture and events that make Galway such a unique county.
Poetry by Mike Harding
“All linked the lights and stories fill this bay, until at last the sea lets up its catch and there I stand Agog, watching the smiling ghosts of all the days Talking and walking on the all forgiving strand.”
A beautiful book to prompt a stroll or a keepsake from the Letterfrack Poetry Trail and Connemara National Park
The Galway Hooker
The Galway Hooker (húicéir in Irish) is a traditional boat distinctive to Galway Bay and Connemara coasts. This beautiful craft, sturdy and yet elegant and agile, has now become an accepted icon of the cultural heritage of Connemara.
Language: Irish, English
“Tae on the Bog”
Joseph Gibson and Michael Carey
Joseph is from Letterkenny in Donegal and Michael is from Clifden, Connemara, Galway. They got together by chance in 2010 and have played music together ever since.
This album is a blend of what they like to do from folk to Irish Rock.
All Tracks arranged by CareyGibson
NEW Album out now
“Tae on the Bog”
1 Step it out Mary – 4:06 (Sean Mc Carthy)
2 Tae on the Bog – 3:15 (Michael Carey)
3 Beeswing – 4:22 (Richard Thompson)
4 Green Fields of France – 5:30 (Eric Bogle)
5 The Foggy Dew – 4:36 (Canon O‘Neill)
6 The Town I Loved So Well – 6:26 (Phil Coulter)
7 Flag stones of memories -3:18 (Reels, Trad Arr.)
8 Working man – 4:32 (Rita MacNeil)
9 The Homes of Donegal – 3:36 (Séan Mc Bride)
10 Celi House Mash – 7:21 (Carey Gibson & Tommy Conway)