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Hotel Westport

The Demesne
Newport Road
County Mayo
F28 E438
Tel: +353 (0)98 25122

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Four-star Hotel Westport offers all its guests tasteful, comfortable accommodation in beautifully furnished rooms, as well as luxurious spa experiences, a range of kids’ clubs, fine dining and plenty of entertainment. While situated in the heart of Westport town, Hotel Westport is the only hotel located on the grounds of Westport House giving guests unrivalled access to the estate’s many charms, 3.5 km riverside and woodland trail.

Rising out of a majestic 400-acre woodland estate, stately Westport House drips with history, while its stunning grounds are home to a myriad of wonderful walks and gorgeous gardens. The house is also a venue in and of itself, available to hire for weddings, corporate events and other private functions.

Guests staying in Hotel Westport receive exclusive discounts for Westport House and the Pirate Adventure Park (open in Season).

Hotel Westport is the ideal location to base yourself when travelling along the Wild Atlantic Way, visiting the Islands such as Achill or Clare Island, touring Connemara, climbing Croagh Patrick, walking or cycling the 42-km Great Western Greenway or inland to the National Museum of Country Life and Foxford Woollen Mills. Westport itself is a bustling little town with wonderful local cafes, quirky shops and boutiques and a fabulous nightlife - great Restaurants and Entertainment in the Hotel and the local hostelries, there's plenty to do day and night.

Enjoy a round of golf - one of many things to do in Westport. Just five minutes’ drive from the town, Westport Golf Club is one of Ireland’s finest parkland courses. A highly regarded championship venue, the Club is the three-time host of the Irish Amateur Close Championship, and also the Smurfit Irish PGA Championship in recent years. It is set in the scenic splendour of 260 acres of undulating parklands on the shores of Clew Bay with breathtaking views of Croagh Patrick. 

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