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This workshop will introduce you to some botanical knowledge of different plant families. You will pick a plant from the garden, carefully develop a view and practise your drawing.
A large, spacious house that can sleep up to 17 people, Silver Strand is a perfect self-catering accommodation for a seaside break with family and friends. Set near Louisburgh, it boasts everything needed for a memorable stay in County Mayo.
A 1960's style country house. All rooms on ground floor, surrounded by mature gardens.
See the best Ireland has to offer with Eir Trail Tours of Ireland. We offer great bus tours for 2, 3 and 6 days all over the isle of Ireland. Or perhaps you are a group with ideas and would like to create your own tour?
The Mayo Memorial Peace Park, in Castlebar County Mayo, commemorates the men and women of Mayo killed in the world wars of the last century.
A Fáilte Ireland three-star caravan and camping park with a secluded lakeside setting, Lough Lannagh is ideal for exploring Mayo and the surrounding counties. The park is just a 10-minute walk from Castlebar, which is home to a range of attractions.
Located in Cong, County Mayo, Rare and Recent Books is a family-run business that specialises in books of Irish interest. The shop, which is open five days a week, sells books ranging from the 17th century to the present day.
Old Head Beach, located approx. 3.5km east of Louisburgh village is a popular beach, sheltered by cliffs and a harbour at one end. Ideal location for water-sports.
Taking in Castlebar, Claremorris, Knock, Swinford and Castlebar. A distance of 116km (72 miles), approximately.
The Bond Cafe and Bistro is building a reputation for genuine home cooked food in the beautiful setting of The Old Bondstore, Dillon Terrace, Ballina, a stone's throw from the majestic River Moy.
€15 per adult, €12.50 per child
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Regular rates can be around €1198
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From €12 per person per night
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