Mulranny Park Hotel
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The Mulranny Park Hotel, Westport County Mayo, is a stunning hotel perched overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Dating from 1897, the hotel retains its original character and charm combining it with the very best in contemporary comfort and style.
The Mulranny Park Hotel, in County Mayo, is a stunning four-star hotel perched on a unique site overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and Croagh Patrick Mountain beyond. Dating from 1897, the hotel has retained its original character and charm which is combined with the very best in contemporary comfort and style. Uniquely located on the Great Western Greenway, Mulranny Park Hotel is the perfect walking-holiday base.
Each of the unique rooms features spectacular sea or woodland views. Each room is different in both layout and dimensions and has superb facilities throughout including, sumptuous bathrooms, luxury bathroom products, mineral water, direct dial telephone, tea and coffee facilities, flat screen cable TV, ironing facilities, hairdryer and internet modem port.
There is a choice of two dining experiences, the Nephin Restaurant or the Waterfront Bar. The critically acclaimed Nephin Restaurant overlooks Clew Bay and offers cuisine and service of exceptional levels. The Waterfront Bar offers a more informal dining experience with the bistro menu.
The magic of the Mulranny Park Hotel is that you don't even have to leave the grounds to achieve the rejuvenation you've been looking for. Submerge yourself in the 20 metre swimming pool and enjoy the Jacuzzi, sauna, steam room, plunge pool, outdoor Canadian hot tub and fully equipped gymnasium.
There is a walkway from the hotel to the beautiful Mulranny Beach which has been awarded the coveted blue flag and is ideal for family breaks. The Mulranny Park Hotel is one of the ultimate wedding venues in Mayo, catering for the more intimate and exclusive wedding.
The hotel’s unique West of Ireland location north of Westport makes it the ideal base for water sports, golf, fishing, boating, walking, mountain climbing and sea angling trips.