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The Harlequin Hotel - Castlebar Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

The Harlequin Hotel

Lannagh Road, Castlebar - Map
"Room was clean, comfortable & well appointed. "
Friendly staff, food & service excellent. Car parking easy & free!
Traveller from Yorkshire
Breaffy House Hotel - Castlebar Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Breaffy House Hotel

Castlebar, off Claremorris Rd, Castlebar - Map
"very nice"
Staff and food were very good, although there is work being carried out at the front of the hotel, at the rate of the workers were working this will be completed shortly.
Traveller from Wirral
Best Western Plus Westport Woods Hotel - Westport Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Best Western Plus Westport Woods Hotel

Quay Road, Westport - Map
"Excellent hotel, well located"
We travelled to Ireland on a last minute break on the motor bike, after seeing a very good weather forecast. The hotel was in an excellent location, ten minutes walk from Westport Quay, and fifteen minutes walk to the town. There was plenty of parking, and the reception area was spacious with lots of comfortable seating. All the staff were friendly and helpful. Our room was located near reception and overlooked the gardens at the rear of the hotel. Spa facilities were excellent, with a large pool with lanes for serious swimming, as well as sauna, steam room and jacuzzi. Breakfast was buffet style with good quality food. This was a really enjoyable stay, and we would have no hesitation in recommending the hotel.
Traveller from North Wales
Experience it all - outdoor adventure, a relaxing getaway and a productive business trip - when staying at the luxurious, yet …More
Hotel Ballina - Ballina Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hotel Ballina

N26, Dublin Road, Ballina - Map
"Great friendly pub"
Close to Giants Causway, and the Northern Ireland scenic route, this was a welcome stop. Food was great, staff friendly, room clean & comfy.
Traveller from Sydney Australia
Clew Bay Hotel - Westport Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Clew Bay Hotel

James Street, Westport - Map
"great hotel"
one of the best places I've stayed in a long time, everything was first class. Westport is a lovely town to stay in, but the clew bay hotel makes it that extra bit special. I cant wait to get back there again.
A Traveller
The Clew Bay Hotel is beautifully situated in the heart of Westport, a heritage town in County Mayo. This family owned and …More
The Lodge at Ashford Castle - Cong Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

The Lodge at Ashford Castle

The Quay, Cong - Map
Lisloughrey Lodge is a 50 bedroom hotel, located next to Ashford Castle in Cong, Co Mayo on the west coast of Ireland. The …More
Breaffy Woods Hotel - Castlebar Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Breaffy Woods Hotel

Castlebar, off Claremorris Road, Castlebar - Map
"Large room, comfortable beds, family friendly"
We arrived later on in the day and only stayed the one night so didn't get to take full advantage of the facilities. There were lots of families with lots of kids running around until quite late.
Traveller from British Columbia
Knockranny House Hotel and Spa - Westport Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Knockranny House Hotel and Spa

Castlebar Road, Westport - Map
"Super hotel would definitely book again"
Great location to stay for climbing Croagh Patrick and cycling the greenway. Food in the bar was delicious, the restaurant looked lovely but was a bit posher than we were looking for so had a night out in the town for dinner in jj O'malleys which was fabulous, had to wait about 45 mins on a table on a Monday night off season so is worth booking in advance! We drive into the town as its a little bit further than we wanted to walk but it's only a 2-3 min drive so very easy for taxi access if required. No jacuzzi which my husband missed a little but the pool was nice and heated and so very enjoyable.
A Traveller
Beautifully appointed on a hillside overlooking the picturesque town of Westport, Co. Mayo, Knockranny House Hotel is an …More
The McWilliam Park Hotel Mayo - Claremorris Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

The McWilliam Park Hotel Mayo

Kilcolman Road, Claremorris - Map
"Family reunion."
The facilities here are very good. There were 11 of us staying at the hotel. We were meeting with local family. There were weddings each day of our stay but despite that we were very comfortable.
Traveller from USA
This Hotel has a quiet country charm and its close proximity to rivers and lakes makes it an ideal Fishing Destination.The …More
Delphi Adventure Resort Hotel & Spa - Delphi Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Delphi Adventure Resort Hotel & Spa

Leenane, Connemara, Delphi - Map
"Delphi Adventure Resort"
Our 'cosy' double bedded room was more than spacious and had a lovely terrace area, although the midges were annoying. Due to being surrounded by mountains the guest wi-fi rarely worked, we could not get internet all week at the hotel although a few miles away at the Bar in Leenan it was fine. The buffet breakfast was the same every day but lots to choose from. Complimentary session in the Spa was a nice touch so don't forget swimwear.
A Traveller

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    Pocket Guide: Mayo

    County Mayo is on Ireland’s north-western edge and is one of the island’s largest counties, although often ignored by tourists. With its ancient history, breathtaking scenery and excellent facilities, there’s every reason to visit before the crowds arrive.

    Heritage and History

    People have lived in County Mayo for at least 10,000 years, with evidence of the earliest hunter-gatherers strewn around the county. Mayo has more than 160 megaliths and tombs, with many clustered around Kilcommon, Achill and Ballyhaunis. The early Christians built towers and monasteries, many of which survive in some form at Aughagower, Killala and Meelick.

    The Normans arrived in the 12th Century and established churches and castles around the county, including Rockfleet Castle near Newport, which was used as a base by the infamous pirate queen Grainne (Grace) O’Malley in the 16th Century. Mayo was badly hit by the Great Famine in 1845 and thousands fled starvation to North America, Australia and New Zealand. As a result, many people with Irish heritage trace their roots to County Mayo, and there are several genealogical resources available for visitors.

    Views and Scenery

    Mayo has a huge variety of landscapes, with the bogs and mountains of Ballycroy National Park, half a dozen sizeable lakes and salmon-filled rivers, as well as the spectacular coastal cliffs along the Wild Atlantic Way. Ballycroy is home to the Nephinbeg Mountains, a green-topped wilderness of outstanding beauty, and the Owenduff Bog where geese, plover, grouse and otters live in the peatlands.

    Achill Island is the Ireland’s largest island, where you can find the Croaghaun cliffs rising 2,257 feet out of the sea – the second-highest cliffs in all Europe, from where you can see dolphins, basking sharks and killer whales in the ocean below.

    The waters of Lough Conn feed the river Moy, which teems with salmon, and the town of Ballina is famous for its salmon fishing and delicacies. There can be few more lovely villages than Cong, famous as the location for the John Wayne movie The Quiet Man, where you can find the perfectly manicured Ashford Castle and intriguing underground streams that connect Lough Mask to Lough Corrib. And no guide to County Mayo would be complete without a mention of Knock, a small village with a Catholic shrine to Mary that attracts thousands of pilgrims each year.

    Sport and Leisure

    There’s no shortage of things to do in County Mayo. The Irish are keen to share their love of horses, with equestrian centres offering pony treks through the most scenic parts of the county. Cyclists have the Great Western Greenway, a 26-mile road reserved entirely for bicycles that traces the route from Westport to Achill. The hills of Achill are perfect for hang-gliding and paragliding, and the wild Atlantic ocean is a great challenge for wind surfers. Surfers have several blue flag beaches around Achill and Louisburgh to catch a wave. Golfers could play a round a day and still not complete all of Mayo’s courses in a fortnight, including the championship course in Ballinrobe. And if all that’s not enough, there’s the chance to catch a salmon at Ballina.

    Shopping and Eating

    The towns of Castlebar – Mayo’s county town – Westport, Ballina and Foxford all have a great selection of shops, and other towns also have regular farmers’ markets. Castlebar is the biggest town in County Mayo and hosts festivals devoted to Irish culture, hillwalking, music and Grainne O’Malley.

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