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Top 10 Hotels in Castlebar

Woodview Lodge Bed & Breakfast
3 out of 5
Breaffy, Castlebar, Mayo
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€80
per night
Jan 24 - Jan 25
4.6/5Wonderful! (76 reviews)

"Location was peaceful and easy to find. Host was friendly, welcoming and offered good advice on activities in the area. Room was very cramped and had a sour odour-mould? noted on bathroom walls."…"

Reviewed on 22 Oct 2019

Woodview Lodge Bed & Breakfast
Westbrook Country House
5 out of 5
L17110, Pheasant Hill, Westport Road, Castlebar, Mayo
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5/5Exceptional! (86 reviews)

"Beautiful house - an old manor. Spacious room.. library to read in should one wish."…"

Reviewed on 1 Dec 2019

Westbrook Country House
The Connaught Inn
3 out of 5
Spencer Street, Castlebar, County Mayo
€58
per night
Jan 24 - Jan 25
3.9/5Good! (21 reviews)
Reasonable

"It was perfectly adequate. It had nice amenities: kitchen, washer/dryer, onsite parking behind the building, access to the restaurant/pub. However, it was an older building and smelled a bit like smoke."…"

Reviewed on 29 Sep 2019

The Connaught Inn
Ivy Tower Hotel
2 out of 5
New Antrim Street, Castlebar
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€85
per night
Jan 24 - Jan 25
4/5Very Good! (30 reviews)
Great staff

"Excellent staff at all points during our stay. Our only minor complaint is that there was an exit door near our room and at about 3:30 am someone slammed that door waking everyone."…"

Reviewed on 14 Oct 2019

Ivy Tower Hotel
Westport Coast Hotel
4 out of 5
The Quay, Westport, Mayo
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€70
per night
Feb 12 - Feb 13
4.3/5Excellent! (352 reviews)

"Clean and comfortable rooms. Good onsite bar/ dining options. Onsite parking. Would definitely choose again"…"

Reviewed on 15 Oct 2019

Westport Coast Hotel
Westport Plaza Hotel
4 out of 5
Castlecourt Hotel, Westport, Mayo
€99
per night
Jan 26 - Jan 27
4.7/5Exceptional! (20 reviews)

"A very nice hotel in a great location. Staff were very friendly and food was excellent. Overall a great stay and will return without doubt."…"

Reviewed on 13 Oct 2019

Westport Plaza Hotel
TF Royal Hotel
3 out of 5
Old Westport Road, Castlebar, Mayo
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
€69
per night
Jan 26 - Jan 27
4.3/5Excellent! (23 reviews)

"Nice people, easily found, location and parking. Venue fine"…"

Reviewed on 1 Jan 2020

TF Royal Hotel
Devard
3 out of 5
Westport Road,, Castlebar, Mayo (county)
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Devard
Breaffy House Hotel
4 out of 5
Castlebar, off Claremorris Rd, Castlebar, Mayo
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€72
per night
Jan 30 - Jan 31
4.1/5Very Good! (452 reviews)

"Location is lovely. Staff very good. Food excellent."…"

Reviewed on 17 Nov 2019

Breaffy House Hotel
The Ellison (formerly The Harlequin Hotel)
4 out of 5
Lannagh Road, Castlebar, Mayo
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€64
per night
Jan 30 - Jan 31
4.4/5Excellent! (428 reviews)

"The room was spotlessly clean And very comfortable. Parking is covered, and in the same building. The hotel restaurant is also excellent."…"

Reviewed on 2 Nov 2019

The Ellison (formerly The Harlequin Hotel)
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Pocket Guide: Castlebar

Castlebar is a popular town in Mayo for a short break, with many visiting the town across the year. Located 20 minutes from Westport and a short drive from the coast, Castlebar can be a great base for exploring wider Mayo. With Lough Conn to the north and Lough Mask to the south, water sports and boat trips are a hit with many visitors to the area, while the picturesque Castlebar Lough is well worth exploring on foot, with an easy-to-follow walking loop just waiting to be explored.

Things to Do in Castlebar

Castlebar has plenty to offer visitors to the area, whether you are travelling with kids, friends, your partner or alone. One of the highlights is the National Museum of Country Life, where you can discover the traditional ways of Irish life over the years, with everything from the trades, farming and crafts over time explained. The museum has a host of exhibitions across the year that give a great insight into Irish country living through the generations.

When visiting Castlebar, be sure to visit the Linenhall Arts Centre, while the streets of Castlebar are home to some charming shops, with Main Street and Market Square a hit with many visitors. The Castlebar Quarter is another great shopping spot, with many popular high-street brands and local independents located here.

Golfing Breaks in Castlebar

Castlebar Golf Club is sometimes referred to as ‘The Augusta of Connacht’, a tag that it certainly lives up to thanks to its stunning surroundings and pristine fairways and greens. Other popular Mayo golf courses to test your game on are Westport Golf Course and Ballina Golf club, both less than one hour from the centre of Castlebar. The Carne links course in Belmullet is another stunning course, and will enable you to explore the rugged Mayo coastline.

Things to Do near Castlebar

Mayo is home to some of the most stunning beaches in Ireland, with Keem Bay on Achill Island up there with the very finest in Ireland. While this lies about a one-hour drive from Castlebar, the drive will certainly be a rewarding one once you soak up the views that await you. If it’s a walking or hiking adventure you are after, Mayo has plenty to offer. The scenic Ballycroy National Park is a must see, while Castlebar itself has several looped walks that everyone can enjoy. These walks are a great way to discover more about the town, and the surrounding area.

A Visit to Knock

Knock Shrine is arguably Ireland’s most famous shrine and is located 30km south east of Castlebar. If you want to pay a visit to the shrine and the museum, be sure to visit earlier, as this is a popular visitor attraction, especially during the Easter and summer period. If you’re feeling energetic, continue your pilgrimage journey by visiting Croagh Patrick and, if you’re feeling really up for the challenge, scale this peak.

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