35 euro per person per night includes full Irish breakfast. en-suite, rm 1= 2guest, rm 2 =3 guest, rm 3 = 4 guest.
Newly built house located 4.5 miles east of Westport. family friendly, great walks/cycle and historical site's close by.
very relaxing area to visit.
3 rooms all en-suite, ground floor bed rm suitable for disabled with wet rm attached
Situated 4.5 miles east of Westport located in the countryside. ,Things to do and see, walking, hill walking, cycling, horse riding, visit local historical sites such as Ballintuber Abbey, Aghagower round tower and church ruin, mass rock at Ayle caves. Westport house and town, cycle the green-way- Westport to Achill. Clewbay and it island's and not to miss climbing Croagh Patrick Ireland's holy mountain. also to note is Ayle caves the deepest in Ireland --- GPS coordinates are Lat (phone number hidden) , Long (phone number hidden). all in decimal format.
Local hackney/taxi --- Brendan McGing Westport. (phone number hidden).
Peter, Jojo and the rest of their family were so nice to us that we felt part of their family. They invited me and my two daughters for Christmas day and the girls were amazed by their kindness. When I think about them, I'm touch. The housing is very confortable. When I will go back to Ireland, for sure I will see them. Sean, Jaya and Samé from France
Peter and his wife are really amazing! We had a wonderful stay there. They made us feel very welcome and even invited us for dinner. In the evening we made a tour through Westport and surrounding sites.
The room was absolutely clean, and by far the most luxurious we stayed in on our trip.
Thanks for this perfect stay!
Peter and JoJo made us very welcome and went out of their way to satisfy our every need. They were keen to show and tell us about their local area and the history attached to it. Their facilities were excellent and we'd be happy to recommend them to others.
It would be lovely also to meet up with them both one day in Australia, if that happened.
The (free) Irish Country Life Museum, which Peter recommended that we visit on our return trip, east to
Dublin, was very interesting and well worth a visit too.