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Lahardane, Co. Mayo

 Lahardane (Irish: Leathardán) is a small village djacent to Lough Conn and to Nephin in County Mayo, and is close to the town of Ballina.

Gardens

Enniscoe House & Gardens - Crossmolina County Mayo Ireland
Enniscoe House & Gardens
Crossmolina, Co. Mayo
This hospitable Georgian house on the shores of Lough Conn was built by ancestors of the present owner, Susan Kellett, who settled here in the 1660s - and it is a very special place for anglers and other visitors with a natural empathy for the un ...
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Golf

Westport Golf Club - Westport County Mayo Ireland
Westport Golf Club
Westport, Co. Mayo
Course Type: Parkland
Westport Golf Club, which played host to the 2002 Smurfit Irish P.G.A. Championship, is a magnificent 18 hole parkland course with breath taking views of Croagh Patrick and Clew Bay. A comfortable opening six holes allow the foundation of ...
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Self Catering

Selfcatering
Rosturk Woods & Waterfall House
Mulranny, Co. Mayo
Rosturk Woods is located on the unspoiled west coast of Ireland, between the historic, attractive town of Westport (25km) and the renowned landscapes of Achill Island (17 km). We have two self catering houses situated on the clean, sandy tid ...
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What's On

Castlebar Farmers Market - Co Mayo
Castlebar Farmers Market - Friday 9am - 6pm

Market Square, Castlebar, Co Mayo

Contact: Siobhan Ward   siobhan ...
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Tourist Attractions

Westport House, Gardens & Pirate Adventure Park - Westport County Mayo Ireland
Westport House, Gardens & Pirate Adventure Park
Westport, Co. Mayo
18th Century Westport House is privately owned and operated by Jeremy Browne (the 11th Marquess of Sligo) and his family, who are direct descendants of Grace O’ Malley, the famous 16th Century Pirate Queen of Connaught, it provides a full d ...
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Wedding Venues

Wedding
Stella Maris Country House Hotel
Ballycastle, Co. Mayo
Built in 1853 as a coast guard regional headquarters, this fine property on the edge of the wonderfully away-from-it-all village of Ballycastle was later acquired by the Sisters of Mercy, who named it Stella Maris. It now makes a very special sma ...
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