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Centrally located in the beautiful market town of Swimford in County Mayo, only 15 minutes drive from Ireland West Airport Knock, the family-run Gateway Hotel is truly the gateway to the West of... great staff, very polite , very accommodating, the food was hot coming to the table
Swinford Bridge Street Apartment offers accommodations in Swinford. The unit is 1.1 mi from Meelick Round Tower. An oven, a microwave and a toaster can be found in the kitchen. Patricia was so helpful, and so freindly, everything was just no problem to her at all..so helpful and thoughtful, Even left us breakfast which was wonderful, the place was so clean, and we had everything we needed...such a great place, I would definatley visit again..
Swallows Cottage is located in Swinford. Located a 16-minute walk from Meelick Round Tower, the property has a garden and free private parking. Very well equipped. Fantastic breakfast/ toiletries/ tea, coffee all supplied free of charge which was a lovely surprise.
Located in Swinford Town, Mill Street Cottage features a terrace patio area. Just a 2-minute walk from the town's main street, this over 200 years old holiday home, offers free WiFi. Apartment was clean and had all essentials. The garden is amazing, would be amazing in the summer when you can spend more time there
The Cosy Cabin is located in Swinford. Located 4.3 miles from Meelick Round Tower, the property provides a garden and free private parking. The apartment has a flat-screen TV and 2 bedrooms. Couldn’t recommend cosy cabin highly enough- great place to get away if you’re looking for a little getaway
Located in Mayo, The Village Inn provides accommodations with free private parking. Westport is 20 miles from the bed and breakfast, while Enniscrone is 22 miles away. Nice B&B for the price. Clean. Authentic Irish experience...why stay at a hotel chain when you've come to see Ireland? Downstairs there is a lovely pub. We came during the Christmas season and the B&B as well as the pub were nicely decorated. Give it a try! Lots of free parking behind the building. Convenient location off the N5.
Excellent .Lovely rooms. Great hosts we feel lucky to have found such a great B&B Will definitely be back. Great base to travel the West of Ireland. Breakfast excellent. Rooms spotless Hosts great. Loved our stay will stay longer next time
Convenient location for visiting family in the area. The town looks sad and neglected in places. But we made the most of it. Had lunch in the Gateway hotel, with huge portions! Had an evening meal in Campbell's Lounge Bar, which was very nice. Enjoyed some unexpected entertainment by a fiddler and flute player! Spent time with family in Horkans bar, which was very noisy, but fun! These places were lively and buzzing. But it was a shame to see so many boarded up properties on the High Street.
Well the times were in now with every where closed We were lucky with hotel & just a few doors down you have cambles pub .does great food made us fell very welcome. So if your visiting call in .liam & staff were so welcoming.
There for family gathering a few miles away. Good situation to explore the surrounding area and....get to the sea. If self catering shops all within walking distance. On the whole excellent roads with the exception of the quirky single track roads with grass growing up the middle ....satnav seemed to have a penchant for finding a route using some of these L roads....beware😂😱. Main roads generally have excellent surfaces. Plenty good eating places around area.
Michael Davitt: he lived in the workhouse in Swinford with his mum when he was four years old. He became an important human rights advocate for here and other colonial countries, which have had very little voice in governments. Go visit the famine graveyard in Swinford, behind the hospital. County Mayo could have easily grown enough food to support its own population, but the crops was exported, and the people here starved - heartbreaking,
Check out Mellett's Drinking Emporium, a real old world pub full of artefacts and memorabilia from past times. Also the 19th century handball alley and the Brabazon memorial in the graveyard. The Gateway Hotel was also very good and this part of the word specialises in brown bread.
We had a lovely time at swallows cottage. Everything you need is there. So clean. Comfy beds. Patricia is so helpful. We even got to meet a lady who had been born in the house years ago. Was so nice. Tesco and swinford town are litterally a 3 minute drive in the car.
Great location. In walking distance from everything Swinford has to offer , lady who owns the property was a pleasure to deal with and made us feel so welcome , would definitely recommend this property to anyone and we will definitely be back,
Just like ‘coming home’! Peaceful, cozy, clean, comfortable in the perfect location for traveling the west of Ireland. The Maloneys are gracious, attentive, accommodating hosts. They couldn’t be kinder.
Very nice , clean hotel , really friendly and helpful !