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Maddens Bar & Restaurant

Your visit to Westport would be incomplete without dining in one of Westport's best restaurants Maddens Bar & Restaurant at the Clew Bay Hotel. if you are looking for relaxed dining venue with truly Irish hospitality Maddens is your ideal venue. We offer you great local food from land and sea, a selection of wines, Irish gins, whiskeys, artisan beers and cocktails.

The Pirate Adventure Park at Westport House

Westport House & Pirate Adventure Park

Orchard Restaurant

A beautifully bright and stylish space, you’ll find an exquisite mix of Irish and Continental flavours in the award winning Orchard Restaurant Westport.

Gracy’s Pizzeria & Bistro

Gracy’s Bar & Restaurant, conveniently located on the grounds of Westport House has something to offer everyone. Situated right beside the Pirates’ Den in the Pirate Adventure Park and an outdoor play area it offers a safe, family friendly environment for kids of all ages, along with complimentary parking, delicious food, live entertainment and craft beers.

Waterfront Restaurant

Dine in the tallest restaurant in Westport. The Waterfront Restaurant is uniquely situated on the top floor of the hotel. With striking views of Croagh Patrick and open spaces, our Head Chef chooses only the freshest local ingredients to ensure your dining experience is both indulging and enjoyable. Opening times 6.00-9pm daily.

May's Bistro

The newly refurbished May’s Bistro Restaurant at the Castlecourt Hotel Westport. Food available from 12.30pm -9.30pm For those in need of a quick bite, sandwiches and an array of pastries are served throughout the day.

The Adventure Island & Collanmore Island Lodge

Within the center of the Island archipelago of Clew Bay, there lies a very special Island Collanmore. It is in this unique location that The Adventure Islands offers an exclusive Island retreat.

Hotel Westport

Hotel Westport Exterior Photo

Matt Molloy’s

Probably Westport’s most-famous pub. The proprietor, Matt Molloy, is a flautist with one of Ireland’s most famous traditional-music bands, The Chieftains. Regular trad sessions take place in the ‘back bar’, with appreciative patrons hupping along beside a crackling fire – often with Matt himself supplying the airs. The second Yard Bar out the back is a popular concert venue.

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