Cheap Hotels in Westport
On the shores of Clew Bay, Rosmo House is set in landscaped gardens just 5 minutes’ walk from Westport Harbour. It offers rooms with countryside views and DVD players, and hearty, full Irish breakfasts. A room at Rosmo House B&B is bright, spacious and cosily furnished with comfortable orthopaedic beds. You can relax in your room with a flat-screen TV, free Wi-Fi, tea/coffee facilities, and enjoy use of the house’s DVD collection. Each en suite bathroom provides a power shower. Served amongst views over the West Ireland countryside, breakfast is freshly cooked to order each morning. Guests can choose from a range including traditional cooked breakfasts, pancakes and maple syrup, or porridge with brown sugar, cream or honey. Free parking is available, while Westport’s centre is just 5 minutes away by car. Westport Golf Club is less than 10 minutes’ drive away, and historic Westport House is just 1 km from Rosmo House and features sprawling gardens, as well as a children’s animal and bird park.
Situated in the centre of Westport, the family-run Clooneen House offers free Wi-Fi throughout and free private parking. It is just 15 minutes’ drive from the Croagh Patrick Mountain and 1 km from Westport Railway Station. The purpose-built guest house offers rooms with a TV, ironing supplies, a hairdryer, a direct-dial telephone, and tea and coffee making facilities. Each room also benefit from an en suite shower room. In the mornings, Clooneen House serves full Irish breakfast, with fried, poached, or scrambled eggs. Dishes are served alongside a selection of cereals and fruit juice. Guests can enjoy discounted access to the facilities at both the Westport Plaza Hotel and the Castlecourt Hotel. The properties are adjacent to Clooneen House and include an award-winning spa and a modern gym, along with a 20-metre swimming pool, sauna, and a hot tub. The Clooneen House is ideally located for exploring Connemara and Clare Island. Ireland’s longest cycling trail, the Great Western Greenway, begins in Westport and ends in Achill. The area offers numerous outdoor activities, including horse riding and fishing. Westport Golf Club is just 5 km away.
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This spacious, modern bungalow is located in quiet, private grounds, less than 15 minutes’ walk from Westport’s centre with free parking. It offers free Wi-Fi, private bathrooms with power showers, and full Irish breakfasts. With pretty garden views, every modern room is spacious and includes free tea and coffee-making facilities and a hairdryer. Every room also includes a satellite TV for guests to relax with. Irish, continental and vegetarian breakfasts are served in the spacious and airy dining room. Free parking is provided, and Croagh Patrick, Ireland’s holy mountain, is a 25-minute drive away. Rounds of golf can be arranged at Westport Golf Club, just 5 minutes’ drive away. The owners can also help guests plan trips to attractions such as Westport House or nearby beaches, as well as horse riding and boat trips to the islands. Guests can also use the nearby leisure centre facilities at a reduced rate.
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.
Near Westport’s historic Quay district, Boffin Lodge provides brightly furnished rooms with free Wi-Fi and full Irish breakfasts. Westport’s centre is 15 minutes’ walk away, and free parking is available. Rooms at Boffin Lodge all feature a private bathroom with hairdryer. Guests can relax with a TV in the room, free tea and coffee, and a mini fridge. Some rooms also include a steam shower or their own fireplace. Breakfast is served in the light and airy breakfast room each day, and includes fresh pancakes with maple syrup, fresh muffins, or scrambled eggs with local salmon. The beautiful Delphi Valley area is a 20-minute drive from the lodge, with various Blue Flag Beaches en route. Westport Golf Club is less than 10 minutes away by car.
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Set within scenic gardens, this 4-star B&B offers free parking and is just a 10-minute walk from Westport’s centre. Guests can enjoy full Irish breakfasts and free Wi-Fi. The cosily furnished rooms each at Woodside Lodge B&B feature an en suite bathroom with a hairdryer and free toiletries. Rooms also provide a TV and free tea and coffee. Breakfast is served each morning in the bright and airy dining room with hearty, cooked breakfasts as well as choices such as scrambled eggs with smoked salmon, homemade porridge, or homemade scones. The Greenway walking and cycling route from Westport to Achill is located just 2 minutes’ walk from Woodside. Westport House and Gardens is only a 5-minute drive away, and Westport Golf Club is also just a 5-minute drive down the road.
Within picturesque landscaped gardens, Augusta Lodge offers spacious rooms with satellite TV just a 10-minute walk from Westport’s centre. Guests can enjoy a 9-hole putting green, full Irish breakfasts, and free parking. Individually decorated, rooms each enjoy satellite TV, free Wi-Fi, and free tea and coffee with biscuits. Rooms also feature a private bathroom with free toiletries and a hairdryer. Breakfast is served in the spacious dining room each day, with cooked and continental options including juices, cereals, and fruit. Augusta Lodge’s knowledgeable host can advise guests on nearby activities, restaurants and golf trips. The guest lounge is decorated with golf memorabilia and provides a selection of books and magazines. The Atlantic coast and beautiful Clew Bay are less than 10 minutes away by car. Croagh Patrick, Ireland’s holy mountain, is a 20-minute drive away whilst Westport Golf Club is 5 minutes drive away.
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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.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Westport
What are the best hotels to stay in Westport?According to our booking data, the most booked hotels in Westport are The Wyatt Hotel, Broadlands B&B and Mill Times Hotel Westport.
What are the most convenient hotel rates in Westport?The lowest price for a double room in Westport is £54.
What hotels are in the central Westport neighborhood?If you want to stay near the center of Westport, you can consider staying at Clooneen House, Castlecourt Hotel and Westport Plaza Hotel.
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