Ground Floor Apartment in our home

Ground Floor Apartment in our home




May 2011

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
1 Bathrooms

About our home

We offer a large and beautiful apartment on the Quay in Westport. We have two bedrooms, one with one single bed and double and a other one with a double bed. There is one living room, one study, and a large kitchen where all the family can eat. It's a very big apartment. The road we live on is very secluded, with only five houses. You can walk in to Westport (10 Minutes) and there are lots of Pubs and Restaurants within walking distance.


More about us

  1. We have lived in Westport for 17 years. We have just retired and are now free to travel. Our children are away one in Manchester and the other in Rome. My wife is a native of Co Mayo.

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Where is it?


Westport, (Irish: Cathair na Mart), is a town in County Mayo, awarded the coveted title of Ireland's Tidiest Town in 2001, 2006 and 2008. One of the few planned towns in Ireland, Westport was designed in the 18th Century by James Wyatt, commissioned by Lord Sligo of the stately Westport House, as a place for his workers and tenants to live. Today Westport is one of Ireland’s major tourist destinations. Located at the south-east corner of Clew Bay, an inlet of the Atlantic Ocean, the town has many picturesque features, most notably its tree-lined, flower decorated, boulevard known as The Mall with several stone bridges over the Carrowbeg river.

The famous mountain Croagh Patrick, one of Europe's best known places of Pilgrimage, presents a striking backdrop to the town. This mountain, 10 km west of the town, provides a tough ascent for thousands of pilgrims each year, many of whom climb barefoot in memory of St. Patrick, who spent forty days and forty nights fasting on the summit more than 1,500 years ago. There is a small church at the summit of the mountain and climbers can enjoy magnificent views of Clew Bay, with its enchanting islands - reputedly one for every day of the week.

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