Bun an Churraigh or Bun a' Churraigh is a small Gaeltacht village in the north of Achill Island in County Mayo, Ireland. The village has a national school, a Roman Catholic church, and formerly had a monastery. It had two shops and a post office in the year 2000, but these shut in 2007. Today it is home to the Bunnacurry Business Park, which houses Achill Turbot and Western Woodcraft. The village also has a number of B & Bs. The village also is home to a large gang of youths who called the village "The Hood" rather than Bunnacurry. They socialise around the village and enjoy getting intoxicated.
It lies on the R319 regional road and is served by the Bus Ãireann 440 bus once a day in each direction. Villages neighbouring Bunacurry include Dooniver, Askill, TÃ³in an tSeanbhaile and An Caiseal. See also[edit sourceÂ | edit] List of towns and villages in Ireland References[edit sourceÂ | edit] edit sourceÂ | edit] Achill Tourism
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Achill Island, Co. Mayo, Bunacurry, Co. Mayo
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Bunnacurry, Achill Sound, Co. Mayo
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