Location:    Newport Road


                    County Mayo

Phone:        (+) 353 (0) 98 25496

Email:        info@abbeywoodhouse.com

Website:    www.abbeywoodhouse.com

Opening Times:

May to September  (all week)

October to April      (open weekends)

                (weekdays only for groups)

Check-in:      8 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Check-out:    strictly at 10 a.m. on the

                        morning of departure

Dining Room and Kitchen:

open to guests from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily

Sitting Room:  open from 8 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.

Complimentary Breakfast

8-9:30 a.m. - homemade brown bread, toast, orange juice, tea, and coffee free

of charge.


ten bed dorm:         18 euros per person

four bed dorm         22 euros per person

twin room                50 euros per room

double room            50 euros per room


-free breakfast 

-all rooms have their own wash hand basin

with the exception of the ten-bed dorm

-all bed linen supplies

-welcoming and comfortable atmosphere

-landscaped gardens

-free wi-fi Internet access for personal


-Internet access computer available (pay as  

you go)

-laundry services available

-groups are welcome

-two-minute walk from centre of


-building is a former monastery which still

  retains some of its original features

  such as stained-glass windows, polished

  wood floors, and high ceilings.

-all rooms have large picture windows

  with views over Croagh Patrick and the

  surrounding town

  1. -freshly-painted rooms

  2. -new beds with orthopaedic mattresses

  3. -brand new shower system

  4. -group bookings accepted for exclusive use of hostel subject to availability

-no curfew  (the code to the combination

lock on the back door will be given so   

guests can come and go as they please)

-off-street car parking

-tv/video room

-safety deposit for valuables

-drying room

-fully-stocked self-catering kitchen

-hot showers

-towel rental if needed

Things To Do:

-Westport is a heritage town.  It is one of the few planned towns in Ireland.  It has a small tidy street plan through which the Carrabeg River flows.  Westport citizens and town council are proud of their town and have won many awards in recent

years, receiving the title of the first in the “National Tidy Towns” competition.

Westport is the gateway to the rugged west coast of Ireland, and it is just a few miles from Clew Bay with its 365 islands and Croagh Patrick, where legend has it St. Patrick banished the snakes from Ireland.

-Westport Leisure Center

(swimming pool, sauna, jacuzzi, gym,   

  treatment rooms) is next to the hostel

-Westport Cineplex (brand new cinema)is 

  beside the hostel

-award-winning restaurants (list available

in reception)

-excellent selection of pubs with

traditional Irish music

-Westport House - home of the Browne’s

Visitor Centre, historic buildings, boating,

children’s zoo, pitch and putt, etc.

-visit Heritage Centre at Westport Quay

-enjoy walking

-enjoy cycling

-enjoy one of the many scenic drives

originating in Westport

-enjoy horseback riding

-enjoy fishing (sea, lake, and river)

-enjoy golfing

-enjoy sailing

-visit Clew Bay Archaeological Trail-

twenty-one different sites starting

in Westport

-visit Croagh Patrick Visitor Centre

-visit Achill Island

-visit Westport Market every Saturday

-visit Clare Island

-enjoy one of the seven walks in and

around Westport

-visit the Sheep and Wool Centre in


-visit Cruachan Ai Heritage Centre - Tulsk

-climb Croagh Patrick

-visit Foxford Woolen Mills

-visit Westport Linen Mill and Museum

-visit Murrisk Abbey

-visit Ballintubber Abbey

-visit Celtic Furrow

-visit Inishbofin Island

-visit Westport Heritage Centre

-play golf

-visit one of the several Blue Flag

beaches in the area

-visit Kylemore Abbey and Garden

-visit Connemara National Park

-visit Museum of Country Life, a

National Museum of Ireland in

Turlough Park in Castlebar

-visit Turoe Pet Farm

-visit one of several gardens in the area



Marina bakes homemade bread for the free continental breakfast.

Susan gives a welcoming reception at Abbeywood House.

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