The selections below cover most of the towns in County Mayo and you can choose a wide variety of accommodation - B&B, Rental Accommodation, Hostels and Hotels. Choose the location you are looking for or visit http://www.mayo-ireland.ie/, the most comprehensive website on County Mayo in the West of Ireland.
As Ireland's third largest county, Mayo is extensive in its range of scenery and breathtaking landscapes, as well as immense in its warm, welcoming hospitality to all visitors. This remote corner of Ireland with its Atlantic coastline, majestic mountains and meandering rivers has an unparalleled splendour and natural beauty all its own.
A choice of outdoor activities and recreation abounds, ranging from a plethora of water sports as well as walking, cycling, hill-walking, hiking, golf, fishing and sea angling.
Ballina boasts the famed River Moy, with its popular Ridge Pool awash with salmon. There are many popular fishing lakes dotted across the county, notably Loughs Mask, Corrib, Conn, Cullen, Carrowmore Lake and Callow Lakes.
Mayo is steeped in history and every small village has its own tale to tell. Two of the more notable historic centres of interest are the Céide Fields Visitors' Centre at Ballycastle in north Mayo and the National Museum of Country Life near Castlebar. A number of castle ruins dot the Mayo landscape adding to the significant historic annals of this proud county.
Combined with all of this Mayo has award-winning Blue Flag beaches, a number of unique old-fashioned pubs, fabulous restaurants, friendly local people and all the components for an unforgettable holiday in the west of Ireland.