(Still a few houses remaining)
Located alongside the historic Church of Ireland landmark, this is a development of 44 houses
on an elevated site overlooking Union Hall harbour.
The houses are a combination of residential and holiday homes and include 2, 3 and 4 bed
detached, semi-detached and dormer units.
Union Hall has its roots steeped in history with archaeological remains marking the area.
Castle ruins and forts can be searched out, and a Holy Well dedicated to St. Brigid remains a
yearly pilgrimage made by many devotees on the first day of February.
The port of Union Hall has a strong seafaring tradition with its own active fishing fleet as
well as anchorage and water for pleasure boats, skiing, diving and canoeing.
There are provision shops, numerous B&B's and a hostel in Union Hall. A festival is held
yearly in June, featuring games and water sports of all kinds.
Union Hall Harbour