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Mayo has a rich heritage dating from prehistoric times through to the present day. The Ceide Fields contain the remains of settlements that existed over 6,000 years ago and highlight the deep connection between the people of Mayo and their surroundings through the millennia. The fascinating National Museum of Country Life in Castlebar showcases how people lived and worked over the centuries, while Croagh Patrick and Knock Shrine highlight the spiritual connection between people and place.

Whether its beaches, mountains, festivals, heritage or pilgrimages, it’s easy to see why Mayo people are full of pride for their corner of Ireland and why you should book a hotel stay in the West.


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  • 0.29km to City/Town Centre

    Achill Cliff House Hotel

    Achill Cliff House Hotel & Restaurant, The Perfect 3 Star Hotel on the Wild Atlantic Way. Achill Cliff House Hotel & Restaurant - is a family run, fully wheelchair accessible, Hotel & Award Winning Restaurant located in Keel, the heart of Achill Island, Co. Mayo on the West Coast of Ireland.Our ideally located hotel and The Spectacular setting of our Restaurant is complimented by our locally sourced homemade dishes and carefully selected fine wines to give you the ultimate Achill Island dining experience.

    Address: Keel, Achill Island, Co. Mayo

    • Keem Bay - km
    • Ronana Halpin Gallery - km
  • 3.53km to City/Town Centre

    Breaffy House Resort

    Breaffy House Resort located in the heart of County Mayo is the perfect destination if you are looking for a well deserved relaxing break! Set on 90 acres the Resort consists of Breaffy House Hotel and Breaffy Woods Hotel and renowned as two of the very best hotels in Mayo. Breaffy House Hotel in Mayo offers traditional old world Irish charm and hospitality with our excellent Breaffy Spa and The Breaffy Leisure Club facilities and magnificent grounds for rambling. Retaining some of its original Country House atmosphere, the house dates back to 1890 and is an excellent base for leisure breaks in Mayo. Also within the grounds of Breaffy Resort is Breaffy Woods Hotel Castlebar, more modern in design. Breaffy Woods Hotel (seasonal) in Mayo is the perfect place for family hotel breaks in Mayo! The Resort offers a range of dining options for couples, families, over 55's, conference groups and weddings. Relax with a drink in the Resorts lively bar or enjoy the fantastic leisure/spa faciliti

    Address: Breaffy, Castlebar

    • Lake Lannagh Hiking Trails - km
    • The Royal Theatre & Event Centre - km
  • 0.34km to City/Town Centre

    Castlecourt Hotel

    4* Castlecourt Hotel Leisure & Spa – Renowned for its warm and welcoming atmosphere in the Heart of Westport Town. Whether you’re in Westport on business, escaping with your partner or treating the family, you’ll find everything you need at the 4 star luxury Castlecourt Hotel, located in the heart of Westport. The ideal location to explore the Wild Atlantic Way.

    Address: Castlebar Street, Westport, Co Mayo

    • Mayo North Family Heritage Centre - km
    • Westport Golf Club - km
  • 0.58km to City/Town Centre

    Clew Bay Hotel Westport

    The Clew Bay Hotel is situated in the heart of the bustling, vibrant and cultural town of Westport. Guests are guaranteed a warm genuine welcome from the Ruddy –Madden family, friendly service and all the facilities you would expect at an award winning town centre hotel. It is the perfect base to escape and explore what the Wild Atlantic Way has to offer and where you will experience the warm and wonderful Westport hospitality

    Address: James Street, Westport, Co. Mayo

    • The Great Western Greenway - km
    • Croagh Patrick - km
  • Downhill Inn Hotel

    Downhill Inn Hotel in Ballina, is amongst Ballina Hotels gems - priding itself on offering value for money, excellent service and quality hotel Accommodation in Ballina, Co. Mayo - this family owned and managed 3 Star Hotel in Mayo is a real treat to discover. This Ballina Hotel in Mayo is renowned for its friendly, efficient and professional staff.

    Address: Sligo Rd, Ballina, Co. Mayo, F26 AV65

    • Westport House & Garden - km
    • Westport House & Pirate Adventure Park - km
  • 0.9km to City/Town Centre

    Hotel Westport

    This is THE Original Hotel Westport originally built in 1969, a 4-Star family owned hotel, located in The Demesne, adjoining Westport House surrounded by woodland in the heart of the heritage town of Westport in County Mayo, one of the beautiful counties situated on the Wild Atlantic Way.You will discover a uniquely warm and friendly hotel, comfortable and stylish. This has been duly recognised with a flurry of awards over the last number of years.Hotel Westport is ideally located for exploring what County Mayo, Connemara and the stunning West Coast of Ireland has to offer. It is the nearest hotel to the Great Western Greenway, the longest off-road walking and cycling trail in Ireland, a traffic free cycling and walking trail which follows the route of the renowned Westport to Achill railway, which closed in 1937.Take a well-earned break from the daily stresses life throws at you and enjoy the true meaning of a relaxing holiday at Hotel Westport 'One of Ireland's Best Loved Hotels'. Our Team are standing by to offer you fantastic holidays, helpful local information and the most competitive rates.SENSES SPA at Hotel Westport, offers a range of fabulous treatments to awaken the Senses! Call now on 098 25122 or email reservations@hotelwestport.ie

    Address: The Demesne, Newport Road, Westport, Co. Mayo, F28 E438, Ireland

    • Westport House & Pirate Adventure Park - km
    • Westport Golf Club - km
  • 0.42km to City/Town Centre

    Knockranny House Hotel & Spa

    Family owned and run, Knockranny House Hotel & Spa is one of Ireland's finest 4* hotels. Set in secluded grounds on a hillside, this luxury hotel stands proudly overlooking the picturesque town of Westport and enjoys breathtaking views of Croagh Patrick and Clew Bay's islands to the west and the Nephin Mountains to the north. The welcoming atmosphere at Knockranny House Hotel begins with the open log fires in the reception hall, and is carried throughout the property with its antique furniture, excellent spa facilities, superb cuisine and friendly service, creating a genuine sense of relaxed warmth and hospitality. It was previously voted as AA Irish hotel of the year. Knockranny House Hotel & Spa is the perfect base for a touring or activity break or just to simply relax. So whether you come west to explore the Wild Atlantic Way or relax in Spa Salveo, we will do all we can to ensure you have a wonderful stay.

    Address: Westport, Co Mayo, F28X340

    • Croagh Patrick - km
    • The Great Western Greenway - km
  • 9.61km to City/Town Centre

    Park Hotel Kiltimagh

    The luxurious Park Hotel is a 5-minute walk from the centre of Kiltmagh, in West Ireland. It offers individually designed rooms, a spa and fitness centre and a gourmet restaurant.The spacious rooms at the Park Hotel are elegantly furnished and feature TVs. Free Wi-Fi is available in most rooms and all public areas of the hotel.Park Hotel has a comfortable lobby area a modern cafe bar. The restaurant serves fine international cuisine as well as fish specials.The fitness club has outdoor Canadian hot tubs, a sauna and a wellness centre for real relaxation.In Kiltimagh there are many pubs with traditional live Irish music for evening entertainment. The surrounding area is ideal for fishing, hill walking and cycling. The Park Hotel has free parking and is 15 minutes from Knock Airport

    Address: Swinford Road, Kiltimagh, Mayo

    • Knock Museum - km
    • National Shrine of Our Lady of Knock - km
  • 0.29km to City/Town Centre

    The Gateway Hotel

    The Gateway Hotel, Swinford is a place to relax and unwind.Enjoy our 22 bedroom hotel in the beautiful country town of Swinford, Co. Mayo.

    Address: Main St, Swinford, Co Mayo

    • Royal Abbey of Cong - km
    • Croagh Patrick Mountain - km
  • The Lodge at Ashford

    The Lodge enjoys the feel of a relaxed rural country house hotel while being an intrinsic part of the truly remarkable Ashford Castle estate. Once home to the Guinness family, the historic estate has won countless awards and covers 350 acres of formal, manicured gardens and wild, rambling woodland rich in wildlife – all right there on our doorstep.

    Address: Ashford Estate, Cong, Co. Mayo F31 YC85

    • Croagh Patrick - km
    • Ashford Castle Golf Club - km
  • The Mariner Westport

    The Mariner is a brand new boutique hotel nestled in the heart of the enchanting heritage town of Westport. Surrounded by the magnificence of the Wild Atlantic Way, our town centre location provides the perfect base from which to experience all that Westport has to offer. From captivating landscapes to sea adventures, fascinating historical journeys to cycling on the Great Western Greenway, and exhilarating walks along miles of golden, sandy beaches, it’s all on your doorstep

    Address: Mill Street, Westport, Co Mayo F28 W942

    • Croagh Patrick - km
    • Mayo North Family Heritage Centre - km
  • 0.73km to City/Town Centre

    The Wyatt Hotel

    The Octagon, Westport, Co. Mayo, Ireland Tel:+3539825027 Email: info@wyatthotel.com Welcome to the The Wyatt Hotel, located in the heart of glorious Westport, Co. Mayo. Our charming boutique hotel prides itself on our scenic location as well as our warm Westport welcome, professional service, comfortable accommodation and fantastic food. The Wyatt Hotel is the perfect base to explore and enjoy the magnificent beauty of the surrounding areas and tour the Wild Atlantic Way. We boast 63 tastefully decorated bedrooms, an upmarket brasserie, a traditional Irish Bar as well as an award winning restaurant.Westport is nestled between the peaks of Croagh Patrick and the deep blue seas of Clew Bay and has become one of the most popular holiday destinations in Co Mayo. Offering something for everyone from walking, cycling, sightseeing, music, arts, adventure and leisure activities through shopping, vibrant nightlife and gourmet food.

    Address: The Octagon, Westport, Co. Mayo, Ireland

    • Mulranny Golf Club - km
    • Westport Golf Club - km
  • 0.37km to City/Town Centre

    Westport Plaza Hotel

    Step into The Westport Plaza Hotel and the world outside will seem far away. A fusion of contemporary chic and classic elegance awaits as you relax and unwind in ultimate luxury. Will it be an Indian head massage, sophisticated dining at the Restaurant Merlot or a peaceful night in one of our luxurious suites? However you decide to relax, at The Westport Plaza Hotel your wellbeing is something we take real care of.

    Address: Castlebar Street, Westport, Co. Mayo

    • Westport Golf Club - km
    • Mulranny Golf Club - km
  • 1.8km to City/Town Centre

    Westport Woods Hotel & Spa

    A warm welcome awaits you at the family owned and managed Westport Woods Hotel. Located halfway between the Quay Harbour and Westport heritage town centre, it's the ideal location for exploring the Wild Atlantic Way, Westport House, Connemara and Clew Bay.Enjoy fun filled family holidays with a kids club, plenty of space and loads of children's activities, as well as spacious family rooms. Couples love this special wedding venue overlooking the lovely lakeside, and we're well known countrywide for action packed golden year themed breaks. Whatever your needs - let our family take care of yours.

    Address: Quay Road, Cloonmonad, Westport, Co. Mayo

    • Cliffs of Moher - km
    • Westport House & Pirate Adventure Park - km

Things to See & Do


  • Cliffs of Moher
  • Croagh Patrick
  • Ceide Fields
  • The Great Western Greenway
  • Moyne Abbey
  • Hennigan's Heritage Centre
  • St. Muredach's Cathedral
  • Ashford Castle Golf Club
  • Kiltimagh Pet Farm and Wildlife Park
  • Keem Strand
  • Ireland's School of Falconry
  • Keem Bay
  • Tom Ruane Park
  • Ballina Dolmen
  • The Waterfront Gallery

Things to Do

  • The Great Western Greenway: This award winning Greenway covers 42km of the Atlantic coast between Westport town and Achill Island.  The Greenway is a traffic free cycling and walking trail which follows the route of a disused railway line and visits the picturesque villages of Newport and Mulranny. It passes by some of the West of Ireland’s most idyllic countryside and offers magnificent views of Clew Bay and its many islands.

  • Céide Fields: The Céide Fields, located in the northern part of the county, is a unique experience. Underneath the wild bogs lies a landscape frozen in time; the most extensive Stone Age monument in the world, consisting of field systems, dwelling areas and megalithic tombs. By using iron probes sunk deep into the ground, visitors can trace out the extent of this long forgotten community.  The Visitor Centre holds exhibits on the site and its history, and has won several awards including the Gold Medal for architecture.

  • Downpatrick Head: A short journey away from The Céide Fields, Downpatrick Head is a place of spectacular scenic and geological importance. The headland features a remarkable mix of geological formations and local historical sites, including the Dun Briste Sea Stack and St. Patrick’s Church, where Ireland's Patron Saint founded a church in the 5th century. The spectacular sea stack, formed over 350 million ago, is one of the most photographed cliff areas in Ireland.

  • Achill Island: The largest island off the coast of Ireland, Achill is a dramatic, beautiful and remote location that should not be missed. The island is known for its striking rocky mountains and tall sea cliffs, such as at Croaghaun. The island is also known for its clean beaches, like the beautiful Keel Beach, and friendly locals. Together with Keem Bay, these breezy shorelines have become a popular spot for water sports.

  • Croagh Patrick: An important pilgrimage site since before the arrival of Christianity, Croagh Patrick is a stunning mountain overlooking Clew Bay and the town of Westport.  It was on the summit of the mountain that St. Patrick fasted for forty days. Since then the mountain has become an important place of worship for Christians, with tens of thousands of pilgrims making the holy trek each year. Some people even climb the mountainside barefoot, as an act of penance.

  • Westport: Along with serving as a base for visiting Croagh Patrick and the Great Western Greenway, Westport itself is a beautiful town with lots of character and plenty of entertainment. There are lots of pubs and restaurants, many of which feature live Irish music every night. There are numerous festivals held throughout the year, whether you are interested in food, bluegrass music or even air shows there is a festival to suit everyone’s tastes.

  • National Museum of Ireland - Country Life: The award-winning Museum of Country Life in Castlebar is home to the National Folklife Collection. With exhibitions spread over four floors, you can discover how the people of rural Ireland lived during the 19th and early 20th centuries. The Museum features interactive displays and screens, clothing, machinery and artefacts from generations past and actual video footage of a culture and its traditions which have almost disappeared from the modern world.

  • Cong: One hour south of Westport, Cong is a small village famous for its 12th century abbey, which contains some of the finest examples of early gothic architecture in Ireland. The magnificent Ashford Castle is nearby, once a medieval castle it is now a 5 star hotel and features prominently in the list of Top 100 Hotels in the World. Cong is also associated with the classic John Wayne movie, The Quiet Man. A small cottage museum in the village dedicated to movie is a must for any film enthusiast.

  • National Shrine of Our Lady of Knock: The tiny village of Knock has a rich and fascinating history. In 1879, fifteen people witnessed an apparition of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Saint Joseph, Saint John the Evangelist, angels, and Jesus Christ. Pilgrims and curious visitors have been visiting Knock ever since, and today there are daily tours of the Shrine complex, which take in the Apparition Chapel, the Basilica and the Chapel of Reconciliation. A visit to Knock Museum is also recommended, which is open all year round in the grounds of the Shrine.