Cheap Hotels in Westport
This elegant hotel is situated in the centre of Westport, in the middle of private parkland. A selection of restaurants, shops, bars and pubs are all to be found within 500 m of the hotel. The nearest nightclub as well as public transport are located within 1 km of the hotel, easily within walking distance. The coast (with beaches) is only around 6 km away. It is just 50 km to Knock airport, taking around 40 minutes by car. The hotel includes a 3-storey main building with total of 129 rooms, of which 123 are double rooms and 6 are suites. The hotel also offers access to sprawling gardens of around 28,300 m². Guests are offered a 24-hour reception in the lobby, along with a currency exchange desk, a cloakroom, a café and a lift. Furthermore, the hotel offers its guests use of a bar and 2 à la carte restaurants with highchairs for children. In addition, the hotel has a conference room and a public Internet terminal. Those arriving by car may make use of the hotel car park. The room and laundry services as well as the Panda Club (for 4-12 year olds), the Cubs Corner (for 0-3 year olds) and playground complete the amenities on offer. The welcoming and modern en suite rooms are fitted with a hairdryer, a direct dial telephone, satellite/ cable TV, a radio, Internet access, carpeting and central heating. The rooms are also equipped with an iron and an ironing board as well as a tea and coffee maker. The hotel offers its own indoor swimming pool, a pool, a sauna, a solarium, a steam room, professional massages and further health treatments in the leisure centre. Furthermore, a gym is available for fitness enthusiasts. The hotel also offers a seasonal entertainment programme. For children there are daily entertainment options in the Panda Club. There is also a golf course approximately 1 km from the hotel.
With a stay at The Wyatt Hotel in Westport, you'll be a 1-minute walk from Clew Bay and 11 minutes by foot from Westport House. This hotel is 1.9 mi (3 km) from Clew Bay Archaeological Trailhead and 2.4 mi (3.9 km) from Westport Golf Club.
Enjoy an ideal Westport location and authentic Irish hospitality at Altamont House, County Mayo. Just five minute’s walk from the heritage town’s lively pubs, renowned restaurants and the Victorian mansion Westport House, guests are assured an enjoyable and relaxing stay. Highly recommended by the Rough Guide and Let’s Go travel series. Guests are welcomed with complimentary tea/coffee on arrival.
The Mill Times Hotel is designed with guest comfort and luxury in mind, offering a stylish oasis in the centre of the thriving town of Westport. We have recently undergone major renovations and refurbishments in what was The Westport Inn Hotel. The Complete makeover consisted of Uncle Sam’s Bar; Temptations Restaurant and the O’Malley Suite Conference and Banquet Centre. Our 34 charming guest rooms are fully equipped with everything that you would expect from a modern Irish hotel. • All bedrooms are ensuite with bath and shower • Direct dial telephone • Multi channel TV & Kids channel • Tea/Coffee making facilities • Iron/ironing board and trouser press • Hairdresser • Wireless internet access Our stunning Temptations restaurant offers a warm and sumptuous environment to enjoy a fine dining experience. Our talented culinary team use locally sourced ingredients and all of our delicious dishes are handcrafted onsite. Uncle Sam’s Bar is a vibrant retreat offering a lively and animated atmosphere where the guest can unwind, relax and enjoy a diverse range of musical entertainment at the weekend. Our O’Malley Suite is a brand new entity, delightfully decorated and featuring: • Infra red remote control 35mm slide projector • Remote control television with video/DVD accessibility • Flip charts • 6ft projection screens • Cordless hand held microphones • Dimmer lighting • Wireless Internet Access • Breakout room also available - opening into the stylish Temptations restaurant, 250 of your guests and friends can be catered for. Hotel Facilities • Complimentary limited car parking • Complimentary Irish Independent daily • Wake up calls • Upgraded rooms available featuring Plasma TV and spacious seating area, Jacuzzi bath and four poster queen sized bed (available on request, at a supplement) • Non smoking rooms available • 10% discount cards available for select shops in Westport
Featured amenities include a business center, express check-in, and express check-out. Free self parking is available onsite.
Featured amenities include a 24-hour business center, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and dry cleaning/laundry services. Free self parking is available onsite.
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Make yourself at home in one of the 97 guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms have bathtubs or showers and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and coffee/tea makers.
Make yourself at home in one of the 87 guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and digital programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and coffee/tea makers.
A modern family-run home in scenic Westport town, guests can enjoy genuine County Mayo hospitality at Brooklodge bed and breakfast. Host Noreen Reddington treats guests to fresh tea/coffee on arrival and shares a wealth of local knowledge. A five-minute stroll from the centre of the heritage town, visitors can enjoy all manner of water sports, indulge in renowned restaurants and explore the serene Westport House and Gardens. Guests are pampered with hearty breakfasts before taking on a day’s activity.
Lurgan House Hotel
Relax in comfort at spacious, Georgian style Lurgan House, Westport, County Mayo. Guests can enjoy spectacular views of Clew Bay, Clare Island and Achill Island from this cosy bed and breakfast. With king-size beds, spacious rooms and delicious homemade breakfasts cooked to order, guests will experience authentic Irish hospitality. Discover Westport’s renowned restaurants and bars, explore the beautiful 18th century Westport House and Gardens, and take the kids to the Pirate Adventure Park also within the grounds. Outdoor lovers can enjoy Westport Greenway walking route, scale the famed mountain Croagh Patrick, and indulge in great golf, sailing and surfing nearby.
Moher House Hotel
A bright and spacious country home with award-winning gardens, Moher House is a cosy retreat just 8km from the heritage town of Westport. Guests can enjoy afternoon tea on arrival and an array of delicious home cooked breakfast that cater to vegetarians and vegans. With plenty of fishing, cycling, horse riding, sandy shores and the stunning Western Way walking route, guests can embrace the renowned wild landscape of County Mayo. Light Evening Meals available for Hikers. Pets are facilitated outdoors.
Hotels in Westport
Set in County Mayo on the western coast of Ireland, Westport hotels are based in an elegant town and surrounded by natural beauty – from the peak of Croagh Patrick to the shores of Clew Bay.
Although the area surrounding Westport has traces of human settlement reaching back to prehistory, the English architect James Wyatt designed the majority of the town in the 18th century. Wyatt was also responsible for building the Westport House, a large country house that was the ancestral seat of the Marquesses of Sligo up to 2014. The house is a fantastic example of 18th-century architecture and well worth a visit if you're travelling to Westport. The house was built on the site of an O'Malley castle. During the 16th century the castle was home to Grace O'Malley, or Granuaile, the Pirate Queen of Connaught who ruled the seas around County Mayo. The dungeons of the original castle survive as part of Westport House.
Close to Westport is the mountain Croagh Patrick, nicknamed Reek. The mountain is an important site of pilgrimage due to its associated with Saint Patrick who supposedly fasted on the summit for forty days. Pilgrims still make their way up the mountain on Reek Sunday, the last Sunday in July. At the top is a small chapel, dating from 1905. Croagh Patrick is the third highest mountain in County Mayo and the peak offers breathtaking views of the surrounding area.
Westport's position makes it an ideal base for exploring Clew Bay. One of the best ways to discover the bay's rich heritage is to follow the Clew Bay Archaeological Trail. This 35km trail is best broken into small sections and the total length encompasses 6,000 years of history. Some of the highlights along the trail include: Clare Island – the home of the Pirate Queen Grace O'Malley. St Bridget's Abbey is set on the south side of Clare Island and dates from between the 13th and 15th century. Granuaile's Castle survives from the 16th century, when the O'Malley clan built it. In total the trail takes in 21 different archaeological and heritage sites.
Head to Westport harbour and you'll find a colourful collection of boats on the water alongside a selection of restaurants, cafés and pubs on the shore. The harbour is a fantastic starting point to exploring Westport and the local area. There are boat cruises on the water, shops selling fish and chips, and a number of companies offering a chance to try your hand at water sports, including kayaking and fishing.
Greenway and Blueway
The Great Western Greenway stems out from Westport and covers a space of 42km, making it an ideal choice for walking and cycling in the countryside around the town. There are plenty of places to rent bikes in the middle of town or along the harbour. The Blueway is a similar network of paths but on the water, encompassing snorkel trails, kayak trails and a number of beaches, such as the Blue Flag-awarded Old Head beach.
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