Breaffy House Hotel and Spa
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Breaffy House Hotel sits on the 90-acre estate of Breaffy Resort, located just outside Castlebar in County Mayo. The hotel offers old-world charm and hospitality combined with excellent accommodation, leisure facilities & spa.
Located on a 90-acre resort just outside the bustling town of Castlebar, County Mayo, Breaffy House Hotel is an excellent base for exploring the entire region. The hotel retains its country-house atmosphere and traditional Irish charm while offering modern comforts and excellent leisure facilities.
The hotel has single, double and family rooms to meet the diverse needs of its guests. Each room is spacious with ensuite bathroom, direct dial telephone, trouser press, TV, hairdryer and tea/coffee-making facilities.
The hotel’s Mulberry Restaurant is a wonderful place for a distinctive dining experience. The chef uses fresh ingredients to create seasonal menus of Irish and international dishes. At the Resort’s other hotel, Breaffy Woods, guests will also find Legends Restaurant and Woods Bar.
All guests staying at Breaffy House Hotel will enjoy the range of leisure facilities, which include an indoor pool, jacuzzi, steam room, well-equipped gymnasium and Breaffy Spa, the perfect place to escape, unwind and enjoy luxury treatments. Additionally, the resort hosts the Breaffy Buddies Kids Club during school holidays, July and August for children attending National School.
The resort is also home to the Breaffy Sports and Events Arena, the West’s largest conference, entertainment and event venue. It features a multi-purpose indoor sports arena, full-size GAA pitch, banqueting facilities and conference rooms, making it the perfect place for any kind of special event, from concerts and shows to exhibitions and product launches.
Though Breaffy House has everything guests could need, it is also situated near a number of not-to-be-missed attractions, including Croagh Patrick, Knock Shrine and Ballintubber Abbey. Additionally, the area boasts several Blue Flag beaches and renowned golf courses.