Lahardane

Lahardane, one of North Mayo’s most scenic villages lies at the very foot of Nephin Mountain Ireland’s tallest stand alone mountain. Lahardane is also located very close to the shores of Lough Conn. It is an idyllic setting with stunning scenery & some wonderful trails & walks.

The name comes from the Irish (Gaeilge) “leath ardán” which means “half the hill” or “the gentle slope”

– but we can assure you Nephin is no easy climb!

Lahardane is officially knows as " Ireland's Titanic Village"

Lahardane isn’t all about Titanic, however, and you’ll find a warm and busy social scene.

Visit Leonard’s Grocery and Bar or Murphy’s Bar & Restuarant for great food, craic & music.

Every year on 15th August, the town hosts the annual Lahardane Fair Day – a real slice of old Ireland.

St Patrick’s Church also boasts a beautiful stained glass window from the studio of renowned stained glass artist, Harry Clarke & two incredible windows dedicated to the Addergoole Titanic Tragedy.