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Belleek Castle Star Rating 3        


Dating from the 1800s, this grand, neo-gothic manor hotel is 3 km from St. Muredach's Cathedral and 41 km from Ireland West Airport Knock. The understated rooms rooms are individually decorated with antique furniture and provide free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemaking facilities; some add iPod docks and/or 4-poster beds.
Friars Quarter House B&B        
Convent Road

Friars Quarter House B&B offers a comfortable setting when in Ballinrobe.The bed & breakfast has 4 en suite rooms with tea and coffee making facilities, an in-room closet and a flat-screen TV. A shower, heating and a hair dryer are also provided.
Ballyknocken House Star Rating 4        
Glenealy

Ballyknocken House offers 4-star accommodation in Ashford. It also provides a garden.The bed & breakfast has 7 elegant rooms that are filled with all the necessities to ensure a comfortable stay.
Elmgrove Bed and Breakfast Star Rating 3        
Murisk

Elmgrove Bed and Breakfast provides comfortable 3-star accommodation in Westport. It offers a garden and a tour desk, and is a short stroll from Murrisk Abbey.The bed & breakfast has 3 well-appointed rooms that are accompanied by a range of essential amenities to ensure guests have an enjoyable stay.
Valley Lodge Balla Star Rating 3        
Facefield

Valley Lodge Balla provides 3-star accommodation, plus on-site parking and free Wi-Fi.The hotel has 7 well-appointed rooms that are accompanied by a variety of essential amenities to ensure guests have a comfortable stay.Valley Lodge Balla is under a 35-minute drive from Ireland West Airport Knock.
Ashlawn        
Brookhill Claremorris

This comfortable hotel in Claremorris offers free Wi-Fi, as well as a games room and a shopping mall. It also provides a 24-hour reception.Ashlawn has 3 rooms that are fitted with all the essentials to ensure an enjoyable stay.
The Downhill Inn Star Rating 3        
Sligo Road

Set on the N59 road, this understated, family-run hotel is 0.5 km from the River Moy, 11.6 km from the Enniscrone Golf Club and 18 km from the Foxford Woollen Mills.
Great National Breaffy House Hotel and Spa Star Rating 4        
Claremorris Road

Set on 90-acre grounds, this stately resort includes a country house dating from 1890 and a modern, seasonal hotel. It's 5.3 km from both the town centre and the Country Life Museum at Turlough Park House.
Ashford Castle Hotel Cong Star Rating 5        
Cong County Mayo,

Overlooking Lough Corrib lake, on 350 acres of parkland, this luxe hotel occupies a 13th-century castle, 15 km from Headford town centre and 42 km from central Galway. Opulent, old-world rooms come with antique rosewood furniture. All have free Wi-Fi, minibars and cable TV.
McWilliam Park Hotel Claremorris Star Rating 4        
Knock Road

This modern lodging off the N60 is a 15-minute walk from Claremorris train station and 4.3 km from Claremorris Golf Club. The subdued rooms and suites feature en suite bathrooms, free WiFi and work desks, as well as dining tables, tea and coffeemaking equipment, and flat-screen TVs with DVD players.
 
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Stretching from Lough Corrib in the south to Killala Bay in the north, Mayo boasts many attractions including stunning mounting scenery, megalithic tombs, excellent fishing waters, hill walking and great golf courses - including the championship course at Westport in west Mayo.

Mayo has a wonderfully varied landscape. A long coastline features superb safe beaches and all the drama of the highest sea cliffs in Europe. Romantic islands include Clare Island, long the home of Grace O'Malley, the pirate queen, Inishturk and Achill, Ireland's largest island, joined to the mainland by a bridge.

Inland a more serene beauty reigns with lakeland scenery and rolling mountains.

Ballina, the largest town in Mayo, lies on the river Moy, and is internationally renowned for its fishing.

Castlebar is the county town of Mayo. It is a busy bustling market town and is one of the fastest growing towns in the country.

Westport is a charming town, with lively traditional pubs and plenty of Irish music. It is located on the River Carrowbeg and the shores of Clew Bay.