Foxford

  1. Michael Davitt Museum

    Foxford, Mayo

    The Michael Davitt Museum, dedicated to the patriot, MP and Land League founder, is located in Straide County Mayo. This picturesque village is situated on the N58 between the towns of Castlebar and Ballina. Read more

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  2. Foxford Woollen Mills Visitor and Shop

    Foxford, Mayo

    Based in Foxford, County Mayo, the Foxford Woollen Mills Visitor Centre includes a shop, restaurant, art gallery and an exhibition centre. Master craftsmen from the mill create beautiful wool pieces that are sold both in Ireland and around the world. Read more

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  3. Tiernan Brothers Angling Centre

    Foxford, Mayo

    Tiernan Brothers Angling Centre is situated in the village of Foxford, County Mayo and caters for anglers of all abilities and disciplines. They provide ghillies, boat hire, boatmen, tackle hire and advice. Read more

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  4. Reynolds

    Foxford, Mayo

    Set beside the Rivery Moy near Bohola, the Reynolds self-catering cottage is an ideal choice for a break in County Mayo, whether to enjoy fishing and golfing, or simply to relax in the countryside. The well-equipped cottage is on a working farm. Read more

  5. Foxford Woollen Mills Visitor and Shop

    Foxford, Mayo

    Based in Foxford, County Mayo, the Foxford Woollen Mills Visitor Centre includes a shop, restaurant, art gallery and an exhibition centre. Master craftsmen from the mill create beautiful wool pieces that are sold both in Ireland and around the world. Read more

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  6. Mayfly Hotel

    Foxford, Mayo

    The Mayfly Hotel is set on the banks of the River Moy in the village of Foxford, County Mayo. The hotel is the hub of angling on The Moy, with great connections to all the best local ghilles and some of the world’s finest salmon fisheries. Read more

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  7. Foxford Woollen Mills Visitor Centre

    Foxford, Mayo

    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. Read more

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  8. Foxford Rocks

    Foxford, Mayo

    The Foxford Rocks beat is located above and below the town of Foxford, County Mayo, approx. 11kms (7 miles) from the tidewater, so it sees tens of thousands of fresh-run fish every year. Read more

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  9. East Mayo Anglers Association

    Foxford, Mayo

    The East Mayo Anglers Association manages over 6.5 miles of prime fishing water on the internationally-famous River Moy. The water starts upriver at Oldcastle, Meelick and runs down river to the boundary with Cloongee Fishery. Read more

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  10. Trek West

    Foxford, Mayo

    Trek West Tours specialises in Guided Walking Holidays for groups and individuals in the West of Ireland. Choose from looped walks, long distance way-marked routes and beautiful forest walks.
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