241 Accommodation, 22 Events , 362 Things to do
Mary's Cottage Kitchen is the perfect place to stop for some tasty home cooking situated in the coastal village of Ballycastle.
Tourism Pure Walking Holidays offers guided walking tours and holidays for small groups in County Mayo. Hikers will be introduced to Ireland's wonderful Atlantic seaboard, as well as her bogs, forests, coastline and uninhabited offshore islands.
Taking in Ballina, Kilala, Belmullet, Crossmolina and Ballina. A distance of 140km (87 miles), approximately.
Comfortable, friendly, family home set in mature secluded gardens with private parking. Complimentary refreshments on arrival. Excellent choice of breakfast with home baking.
A small demesne in Turlough Village, County Mayo, Turlough Park is home to The National Museum of Ireland - Country Life. The Victorian gardens feature terraces and a man-made lake and islands. There is also an ornamental glasshouse.
Jul 06 2014 - Jul 13 2014
The 50th anniversary of this family friendly festival. Events include Heritage Day, International evening, Teddy's bears picnic, Mayo's Got Talent & a spectacular fireworks display on the River Moy...
Calvey's Restaurant, Keel Achill Island, Co. Mayo. Nested in the heart of Keel Village with commanding views of the Minaun Cliffs. Award winning restaurant with a philosophy to use Irish, local and artisan foods. Calvey's for the true taste of Achil.
The Cong Canal extends from Ballinchalla Bay on Lough Mask towards Cong in County Mayo. It is regarded as a good brown trout fishery with the average weight of the trout is probably 2lb.
Mullaghroe Beach is located just outside Belmullet, County Mayo and has been awarded the Blue Flag for 2013. It is a sheltered area, with views over Blacksod Bay.
Mulroy's Bar, Main Street, Castlebar is a cosy traditional pub which places most of its emphasis on food these days. Mulroy's is now one of the leading Gastro Pubs in Mayo serving food seven days a week.
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