Croagh Patrick Hostel & Cottages Mayo
Croagh Patrick Hostel & Cottages Mayo comprises of luxury hostel and self-catering cottage accommodation located at the foot of Croagh Patrick Mountain in Mayo, a key coastal attraction along the Wild Atlantic Way. This beautiful family run location offers a true West of Ireland experience and is consistently rated very highly by visitors from all over the world.
Just 7km from Westport and comprising hostel type accommodation as well as self-catering cottages, it’s the perfect location for back packers, tourists and families and small & large groups seeking adventure and holiday breaks in Mayo on the West coast of Ireland.
Offering the benefits of a coastal location overlooking Clew Bay, with easy access to the sea and superb beaches, stunning hiking treks, breath taking cycle routes along the The Great Western Greenway, as well as tons of adventure activities along the rugged Atlantic coast.
All hostel accommodation packages include continental breakfast and start from just €25 per night. WiFi is available and is free of charge. Hostel accommodation is a super choice for couples, friends, families and groups who may be traveling light but still require first rate overnight choices in Mayo. There are a selection of beautiful ensuite bedrooms ranging in size of 3, 4, 7, 8 and 12 person rooms, including family rooms. Other facilities include a reception, self catering kitchen, dining room, relaxation & TV room, drying room and games/meeting room.
Stunning Self-Catering Cottages
Luxury self-catering accommodation along the Wild Atlantic Way is in high demand and visitors are in for a real treat at these cottages located at the foot of Croagh Patrick mountain, located in the beautiful village of Murrisk, Westport, Co. Mayo
Choose from a selection of stunning 4 bedroom cottages or 1 bedroom cottage with fully equipped kitchen, power showers and bed linen and towels provided. 4 bed Cottages offer open plan kitchen, dining and lounge areas with open fires and and have either 2 or 3 ensuites plus the main bathroom.
- Mountain View Cottage (4 bedroom – sleeps 8)
- Reek Cottage (4 Bedroom – sleeps 8)
- Summit Cottage (4 bedroom – sleeps 8)
- Rose Cottage (1 bedroom – sleeps 2 + 2)
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Croagh Patrick Hostel & Cottages Mayo has teamed up with a host of local businesses to offer packages suiting all levels of adventure. From gentle walks and cycle routes along the Wild Atlantic Way, to jumping from cliffs into the ocean!!, there’s something here for everyone and these activities are absolutely ideal for couples, friends and families looking to add some excitement to their days out in Mayo.
- Airsoft | Archery | Paintball
- Bubble Soccer | Coasteering | Kayaking | Snorkelling
- Cycling Tours | Great Western Greenway
- Croagh Patrick Mountain treks
- Horse Riding on the Wild Atlantic Way
- Hill Walking | Rock Climbing | Orienteering
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The area is dominated by Croagh Patrick Mountain. Known as the ‘holy mountain’, this site has witnessed religious pilgrimages on the mountain for many thousands of years, dating back to the time of St Patrick – Ireland’s Patron Saint.
It is said that St Patrick completed a forty-day Lenten ritual of fasting and penance here and legend also has it, that Croagh Patrick is the mount from which he banished snakes from Ireland forever! Each year many hundreds of visitors and tourists climb the 764mtrs to reach the summit.
The surrounding area also offers lots of delights for visitors with many green flag and blue flag beaches within short driving distance from the hostel and cottages.
The village of Murrisk has a rich history and detailed information on the history of Croagh Patrick Mountain pilgrimiges is available at the Croagh Patrick Visitor centre. Also close by, visitors can take a stroll through ancient history at the 15th Century Murrisk Abbey.
A solemn and poignant visit is made by many to the National Famine Monument in Murrisk. This beautiful outdoor ‘coffin’ ship sculpture by Irish artist John Behan, was unveiled by Irish President Mary Robinson in 1997 and commemorates the anniversary of the Great Irish Famine between 1845 and 1852.
Experience true West of Ireland hospitality, with superb accommodation facilities and all the stunning scenery that this region has to offer.
“This is, without hesitation, a five star experience owned and operated by a wonderful family. In local terms, I call them and what they offer “brilliant” because when I left, I didn’t want to move on, felt like I was leaving family behind and have already begun to consider how to re-visit. Thanks Coffey family. You’re all very special!”
Croagh Patrick Hostel & Cottages Mayo
Croagh Patrick Hostel & Cottages
Ph:+353 98 64756 (Landline)
Ph:+353 87 4191953 (Mobile)
Open Everyday 8am -12am