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Hogans Hotel

Hogan's Hotel is a delightful town house hotel in the pretty town of Ballina; County Mayo. Dating back to 1830 and retaining many of its original features; this intimate family-run hotel combines... (more)

Lynch Breaffy House Hotel

Step back in time with a visit to the Breaffy House Hotel. Built in 1890; the hotel has been restored and refurbished to relect the charm and elegance of the time. This combined with the luxury of a... (more)

Atlantic Coast Hotel

The Atlantic Coast is a newly built luxury four star hotel in Westport; County Mayo. It has been converted from an 18th Century Mill located on the shores of Clew Bay and already has a fine... (more)

Clew Bay Hotel

The newly refurbished Clew Bay Hotel is a cosy hotel in the centre of bustling Westport. Traditional Irish hospitality and charm is complemented by the personal service that this family run hotel... (more)

Knockranny House Hotel

Situated on an elevated site overlooking the heritage town of Westport; Knockranny House Hotel is an imposing building in the classic Victorian style. This purpose built four star hotel offers all... (more)

The Westport Woods Hotel

The Westport Woods Hotel, Westport, Ireland, is a 3 star hotel situated close to the Westport train station, and if you and your delegates are traveling from overseas, then Knock airport is a 45... (more)

Cill Aodain Hotel

Cill Aodain is a small family run 2 star hotel where friendship and Irish hospitality are at their best. A member of the Village Inn Hotels of Ireland, the Cill Aodain has been recently refurbished... (more)

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Guide to Mayo's Festivals
Located in the west coast of Ireland, Mayo is a county famous for many things – scenic spots, undisturbed nature, impressive accommodations, friendly people – and vibrant festivals. Here is a list of festivals in Co. Mayo, Ireland.
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Mayo's Walking Events
Co. Mayo, Ireland, has an exquisite display of nature and an impressive range of panoramic vistas. These appeals make Mayo a favorite destination for a walking exploration and activity. This activity, in return, paved the way for various walking holidays and festival at this county.
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Mayo's Walking Routes
Co. Mayo, Ireland is a county blessed with picturesque scenery, impressive vastness, and remarkable landscapes worth exploring. There are various ways to discover the hidden charms of this county and one traditional way is walking.
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Mayo's Dining Hotspots
Co. Mayo, Ireland can be justifiably considered as one of Ireland’s hotspots in terms of dining. After all, it has an impressive array of fine restaurants guaranteed to provide more than just a palate satisfaction but an unforgettable dining experience, as well.
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Loving Mayo Nights
Pubs and Bars - Irish entertainment is an integral part of Co. Mayo’s history. For years, its appeal has never diminished. Experience what most would refer as the Irish craic through these amazing pubs and bars at Co. Mayo, Ireland.
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