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North Mayo is home to some of the most spectacular scenery in Ireland so we think it’s only fair to show you the best places to stay while you explore this beautiful part of our country. With so many options to choose from this article will not only give you the best places to stay in North Mayo but also some of the most sustainable places so you can enjoy your staycation knowing you are making a difference to our planet.
Price: €120.00 per night
Are you looking for a wild getaway with a touch of luxury? If so, this is the place for you. Located 12km away from Belmullet town these pods offer breathtaking views of the countryside, Atlantic Ocean, and even Achill Island. The perfect getaway to escape from it all and just unwind.
As well as their luxury pods, the old coast guard station on the island was completely restored and transformed into beautiful accommodation while retaining the original features and character.
It’s worth noting that the showers and kitchen are located in a barn onsite, not in your pod.
Book Now: Luxury Pods
Price: For a double room: €107.00 – €156.00 per night
The Erris Coast Hotel is one of the most beautiful places to stay in North Mayo. Geesala is a gateway to the Mullet peninsula and also has Ballycroy National Park right on its doorstep.
The hotel itself provides stunning warm and welcoming rooms and has an on-site bar that you can relax in after a long day of adventures.
Book Now: Erris Coast Hotel
Price: €100.00 per night
Ferry View is a cosy cottage on the outskirts of Belmullet. It’s the perfect base to explore the Mullet peninsula and North Mayo in its entirety. If you chose to stay here you’ll be treated to magnificent sea views from the cottage as well as breathtaking sunrises and sunsets.
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Price: €77.00 per night
The Teach Greannai pods were constructed mostly from natural, renewable materials making it a sustainable option for you to rest your head in while traveling North Mayo. One of the pods even comes equipped with an en-suite (including a shower).
We guarantee you a fantastic night’s sleep here should you choose to book into Teach Greannai.
Price: €75.00 – €110.00 per night
This beautiful property is situated on the South side of the Mullet peninsula, only a five-minute drive from Blacksod Lighthouse where you can book a tour or get the ferry from Blacksod harbour to the Inishkea islands with Geraghty Charters.
The hosts of this B&B go above and beyond to ensure that your stay is absolutely perfect. They even made us a packed lunch for our trip to Inishkea to save us a trip to the shops. If you ever find yourself wanting to explore the Mullet peninsula this B&B is the place to go.
Price: Wide range depending on accommodation type (refer to “Book Now” link for more info)
When we’re talking about sustainable accommodation self-catering and camping often still lead the pack and Belleek Park has it all. Their accommodation ranges from camping, to log cabins and motorhome parking, so there really is something for every type of holiday-maker here.
Situated just a five-minute drive from Ballina and two minutes from Belleek Woods, Belleek Park truly is one of the best places to stay in North Mayo for a varied holiday of exploring and dining.
Book Now: Belleek Park
Price: €118.00 – €130.00 per night
This is another great example of a B&B that shows the true personality of the people of North Mayo. Seamus & Marcella go above and beyond for their guests and have some of the best insight and tips for things to do in the surrounding area so if you book in with them be sure to tap into some of their endless knowledge of the area. Their breakfast options include delicious homemade brown bread and their own free-range eggs that are collected at the start of each day.
They are situated right between Ross Beach and a secret beach home to many migratory birds and well worth checking out, just ask your hosts for directions.
Price: Starting at €260 per night
Mount Falcon is famous for its luxurious accommodation and award-winning food. You will have two types of accommodation to choose from, self-catering lodges or hotel accommodation. So there really is something for everyone here.
There are so many activities around the hotel from fishing to golfing and you can even see some falcons and hawks here. So if it’s a unique, but luxurious stay you’re looking for then Mount Falcon is the place for you.
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By Killian Andersen
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