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First opened to the public in 1960, Westport House & Grounds is one of Ireland’s best loved heritage attractions.
Ballintubber Abbey, famously described as the abbey that “refused to die,” has been continuously used for nearly eight centuries. The important historical site is located in County Mayo, only 11km from Castlebar.
Foxford Woollen Mills Visitor Centre is one of the last working woollen mills in Ireland. These world-famous quintessential Irish crafts are named after this Mayo town, located on the N26.
Mayo North Heritage Centre is an agricultural and household museum, as well as a genealogical centre, set close to the ornamental Enniscoe Gardens. It is enclosed by woodland on the shores of Lough Conn near Crossmolina in County Mayo.
South Mayo Family Research Centre is located in Ballinrobe, County Mayo. It offers a full service to those inquiring about their family history.
Ashford Equestrian Centre is located on the Ashford Castle Estate, next to the island village of Cong on the County Galway/Mayo border. It caters for beginners and families, as well as experienced riders amid breath taking lakeshore scenery.
Carne now has twenty-seven of the most dramatic, natural duneland holes in the world."(Robin Hiseman, European Golf Design, 2013)
Croagh Patrick Walking Holidays offer guided walking tours in Connemara, including accommodation, transport, pack lunch and guide.
Found in County Mayo, Croagh Patrick is an important site of pilgrimage where St Patrick is believed to have fasted for 40 days in 441. The 765m-high mountain is just 8km from Westport and affords stunning views of Clew Bay.
The Quiet Man Cottage Museum is housed in a replica of the White O'Morn cottage seen in John Ford's famous film. Located in Cong village, County Mayo, the idyllic backdrop for many of The Quiet Man scenes.
For €45 per person.
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