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Granny's Cosy Corner
This cosy self contained apartment is attached to the Owners house but has its own entrance and private off road parking. It is a quiet suburban location with the town of Westport easily accessible less than five minutes walking on street lit footpaths. This is the ideal location for couples looking for a romantic escape away yet close to the restaurants and night life of Westport or for young families looking for somewhere that easily accesses that many amenities that the town has to offer.
$65 per night
Condo in Westport
Lovely Seaside One Bedroom Apartment Westport
Our Apartment is the perfect place to explore Westport and it's surroundings. It is only a short stroll from the Quayside entrance to Westport house and Gardens as well as the fantastic selection of restaurants, pubs and shops that Westport has to offer. Opening the front door to Big Yellow Apartment, will bring you into the entrance hall, to the left is the Master bedroom and large bathroom with bath. To the right is the very spacious open plan living room, kitchen & diner.
$109 per night
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Private room in Westport
Room 2 - Smart & Central - High Street House
High Street House, a recently remodelled and tastefully furnished former B&B in the centre of Westport town boasts a unique charm with a contemporary feel. All rooms have modern en-suite bathrooms and connect to super-fast broadband suitable for remote working Should your dates not be available for this listing, please check out the other 2 rooms we have on offer. You can find these listings by clicking my profile picture and scrolling down!
$66 per night
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Stay near Westport's top sights

Photo of Matt Molloy's
Matt Molloy's54 locals recommend
Photo of The Castlecourt Hotel
The Castlecourt Hotel3 locals recommend
Photo of The Wyatt Hotel
The Wyatt Hotel5 locals recommend
Photo of Lidl
Lidl9 locals recommend
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Cosy Joe's5 locals recommend
Photo of Cobbler's Bar & Courtyard
Cobbler's Bar & Courtyard5 locals recommend

Other great vacation rentals in Westport

Condo in Westport
Luxury 2 bed 2 bath, quiet street, Westport town
$155 per night
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Private room in Westport
Rivendell deluxe ensuite bedroom, WiFi/Smart TV
$74 per night
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Condo in Westport
"The Foxden" Apartment in the Heart of Westport.
$177 per night
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Townhouse in Westport
West Haven House - Modern, Luxury, Stylish
$202 per night
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Rental unit in Westport
Woodnook Westport Apartment Cosy Warm & Welcoming
$76 per night
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Private room in Westport
Private double bedroom, sleeps one/two person.
$49 per night
Private room in Westport
Cosy single B/fast /free bike
$40 per night
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Vacation home in Westport
Knockranny-Orchid House, Cheerful family home
$118 per night
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Bungalow in Westport
Willowfort-Modern House 1km to Westport Center
$95 per night
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Private room in Westport
Double Room with Private Access 1.3miles from Town
$82 per night
Private room in Westport
Spacious private double room (great views)
$54 per night
Condo in Westport
208 The Harbour Mill, The Quay, Westport
$134 per night
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Your guide to Westport

All About Westport

Under the shadow of Ireland’s most sacred mountain — Croagh Patrick — the city of Westport boasts immaculate, tree-lined streets and old stone bridges decorated with blooming flowers that run over the Carrowbeg River. Ninety minutes from Galway on the County Mayo coast, it is a designated heritage town full of important sites and spectacular Georgian architecture, including the impressive Westport House and Gardens, Rockfleet Castle, and Burrishoole Abbey. Westport is also spoiled with beautiful beaches that are just 10 minutes from town. By the foot of Croagh Patrick, you’ll find Bertra, one of Ireland’s best beaches for birdwatching, as well as kitesurfing and windsurfing. Thirty minutes away is Carrowniskey, a popular surfing beach with a surf school that offers lessons and boards and wetsuits to rent.

The town of Westport is full of colorful shop fronts, traditional pubs, and seafood restaurants that serve local mussels and classics like fish and chips. There’s also a handful of art galleries to explore, luxury spas to pamper yourself, and one of Ireland’s finest championship golf courses.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Westport?

County Mayo experiences fickle weather year round, but extremes in temperatures are rare. Summer is a great time to book an accommodation in Westport, when you can expect mostly long warm days with daylight often lasting till 11:00 p.m. in June and July. In spring, the days are mostly mild with wildflowers blooming in the surrounding countryside. Fall also sees mostly mild weather with the chance of rain, but it’s a great time for events in town.

In September, the popular Westport Food Festival celebrates the food of the region with cheese tastings and cooking demonstrations and competitions. In October, the town hosts the Westport Art Festival, which showcases the work of local and international artists, writers, and musicians. In winter, expect colder temperatures and more rain, but this part of Ireland normally enjoys milder winters than most.


What are the top things to do in Westport?

Great Western Greenway

Set off on a scenic journey along Ireland's longest cycling and walking trail, the Great Western Greenway. This 26-mile journey from Westport to Achill cuts along an old railway route, passing coastal mountains, bogs, and rivers and offering sweeping views of County Mayo’s rugged countryside. You’ll also come to lovely villages with pubs and cafes, including the historic village of Newport, where you can stop and re-fuel for the next leg of your journey.

Croagh Patrick

Drive just 15 minutes from town to the foot of Croagh Patrick, where the country’s most famous saint fasted for 40 days and nights. Known as Ireland’s holy mountain, the 2,500-foot climb can take around two hours to reach the summit. From the trail, you’ll be rewarded with breathtaking views of the coastline and surrounding area. Make sure you have appropriate footwear and plenty of water before you go.

Westport House

Regarded as Ireland’s most beautiful home, Westport House is a 16th-century grand Georgian mansion surrounded by acres of sprawling gardens. There are 30 ornate rooms you can explore, along with six permanent exhibitions that offer insight into the house's history. Outside, the beautiful scenery continues with a picturesque lake surrounded by manicured lawns that boast spectacular views of Clew Bay and Croagh Patrick.

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