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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.

McGing’s Westport’s oldest pub

McGing’s, Westport’s oldest pub, is popular with visitors, blow-ins and locals alike. Step through the welcoming blue and yellow façade and you could be met with a jazz band, a folk band, a quiet scene with a roaring fire, a loud pub with dancing locals, a tray of free sandwiches or a DJ in an ice-cream van. Or some strange and wonderful combination of all of the above.

Spa Veda

Escape to Spa Veda at The Westport Coast Hotel. Ayurveda is an ancient system of Indian health which originated in the state of Kerala, south India, some five thousand years ago. Today it is still a mainstream medical and well-being system in India.

Senses Spa at Hotel Westport

Senses Spa is a sanctuary for health, beauty and wellness. Unwind with a range of specialised massages, soothing facials, exotic hand and foot spa treatments, luxurious body peels and wraps.

Spa Sula

Spa Sula at the Westport Plaza & Castlecourt Hotel Resort opened in July 2008 and has since become one of the hottest spa destinations in the West. The name SULA is derived from a selection of attributes of the spa experience; serenity, utopia, luxury and ambience.

Cobblers Bar

Cobbler’s is one of Westport’s top spots for bar food with it’s popular Grub Menu which offers traditionally styled Irish dishes at reasonable prices. Cobbler’s opens daily from 12noon and serves food until 9pm. The bar is a Craft Beer specialist with an extensive range of local and international brands such as Mescan, Bluemoon and many more.

The Maple Bar at Hotel Westport

Sit back and relax in the cosy Maple Bar, a stylish place to meet during the day or evening. Serving an extensive Bar Menu and Daily Specials from 12 – 9pm or sample something from the Cocktail Menu, with their very own in house specialty Cocktail. Also showing all major sporting events on the Big Screen and nightly entertainment in season too.

Westport House & Gardens

The jewel in the crown of Mayo, Westport House was first opened to the public is 1960 making it one of Ireland’s best loved heritage attractions.

Islands Restaurant

The Islands Restaurant is open nightly from 6pm for dinner and Traditional Sunday lunch 1pm-2.30pm. Highly regarded by locals the restaurant received an AA Rosette for the 5th year in a row. A warm, welcoming ambience, tasty and exciting menus make it the ideal venue for your dining experience. Family Friendly Menu available during family holiday seasons.

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