The Wyatt Hotel
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The Octagon, Westport, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
The Wyatt Hotel located in the heart of Westport, County Mayo has 62 tastefully decorated bedrooms, an upmarket Brasserie and traditional Irish Bar. All guests can avail of free car parking, WiFi and free access to the 4* Westport Leisure Park.
A A boutique hotel with a welcoming atmosphere, The Wyatt lies in the centre of Westport Town and is a popular choice among business travellers and tourists alike.
The hotel has 54 elegantly decorated bedrooms, free WIFI and free parking for all guests. The hotel also has one dedicated "dog friendly room".
The property boasts one of the towns favourite eateries, JWs Brasserie, which serves late-morning snacks, lunch and dinner. JWs Brasserie has received numerous awards including the 2011 Lucinda O'Sullivan 'Great Places To Eat' and was recommended in 2012 by Taste of Ireland with Paolo Tulio. For a casual drink or bite to eat, there is also Cobblers Bar & Courtyard, a friendly establishment with a charming outdoor courtyard. Cobbler's Bar is one of Westport's more renowned music houses with live traditional sessions every Thursday and Sunday night.
Along the streets of the town centre, travellers will find many unique shops, pubs and restaurants to enjoy during their stay.
Those looking to dedicate some time to fitness and relaxation can also take advantage of complimentary access to the four-star Westport Leisure Park, just a two-minute walk from the hotel.
Within a short drive, visitors will find even more opportunities for fun, leisure and sightseeing. Bertra Beach, only 10 minutes away, is one of many nearby Blue Flag beaches with picturesque shorelines.
The area is a golfers paradise. It is home to several wonderful courses, including the 18-hole Championship Course of Westport Golf Club. The Wyatt is a member of the Select Hotels of Ireland and was named in the 2011 edition of Lucinda O'Sullivan's Little Black Book of Great Places to Stay and Eat. It is also the winner of the prestigious Failte Ireland Service Excellence award.