The spiritual pilgrimage atop Ireland's most sacred mountain
Enjoy Mayo's magnificent scenery, fabulous country houses and pretty towns
Game angling specialist.
Nestled at the foot of Croagh Patrick lies the Tavern Bar & Restaurant. Specializing in seafood, we also offer a variety...
This walk takes you on a path beside the N84 before joining a stream lined with native trees where you walk through...
Flanagan's Gastro Pub, Brickens, is conveniently located on the N60, halfway between the towns of Claremorris and Ballyhaunis....
Fál Mór is a holy place and has connections to St. Deirbhile and St. Brendan.
Museum Café in the National Museum of Ireland - Country Life. Located 8kms from Castlebar (on the N5, in Turlough village)....
What a unique place! Here you find the unusual. Art Gallery with beautiful pieces of Achill Bogwood Sculptures, Paintings...
Colaiste U.I.S.C.E. located near Belmullet in the Gaeltacht region of North West Mayo offers Irish language courses...
Westport Arts Festival knows how to keep a culture-hound’s appetite sated. Over five days, the team unleash their jam-packed...
Offers from €129.00
2 nights accommodation for 2 people and a trip to the Giant's Causeway from just £189
£189 total stay for two adults.
From €150 per night - Price depends on arrival date and length of stay.
From €1585 pps
€1520 pp (Full Trail) €595 pp (Mini Trail)
From €868 pps for 14 nights including B&B.
£180 ppp week or £117 pp for 3 nights (based on 4 sharing)
€1295 per person sharing
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