The Gateway Hotel

Address: Main Street, Swinford, County Mayo, Western Ireland, Ireland | Hotel
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.

How has this hotel rated in the past?

  What's this?
Discover trends in hotel experiences based on real traveler reviews and ratings. Mouse over circles to see what some travelers had to say.



    TripAdvisor Reviews The Gateway Hotel Swinford

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Swinford

    Londonderry (or just Derry if you prefer)

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Aug 06, 2015

    36 photos

    ... a “bacon” that closely resembles southern country ham are especially popular here. Northern Irish, also called Ulster Scots and known in America as the Scotch-Irish, were a particularly significant part of early immigration to the American colonies and the early American nation, and settled heavily in interior areas of the Upper and Mid-South. I wonder direction those common food preferences went in, whether the fondness for pulled ...

    Destination Donegal

    A travel blog entry by sarahcorkill on Jul 21, 2015

    12 photos

    It was an early start from London and we had made the decision to jump into a taxi straight to Gatwick Airport rather than tubing & training our way there with a wee baby and all our gear. Lucy offered to come with us so that she could help with our bags and take the car seat back for us. It was a quick one hour trip and included all the main sights which was a bonus! Unfortunately it seemed our driver was at the end of a long night shift ...

    Westport to Derry - Ireland to Northern Ireland

    A travel blog entry by kramertown on Jul 15, 2015

    14 photos

    ... the caves we explored in Cappadocia and gave us a real sense of adventure. We hiked the 1km from the carpark to the first tomb / cairn. There are 16 tombs that have been discovered in the area but only 3 are easily accessed. Like their larger cousins 200km east, the tombs have cross shaped interiors, are aligned to capture the glow of sunset and are architectural marvels. However, unlike Newgrange, they are very small. One tomb required visitors to duck quite ...


    A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Sep 07, 2014

    25 photos

    ... a poisonous plant, Irish Spurge, which once grew here, or (2) an ancient one-eyed king called Balor was killed here and the poison flowed out of his eye, or (3) it was really meant to be called Heavenly Glen, but there was an unfortunate typo, the Gaelic words for "heavenly" and "poisonous" being very similar apparently. Take your pick. The glen eventually gets extremely boggy as it approaches some high cliffs, so it's back by the same ...

    The Walls

    A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Jun 19, 2014

    1 comment

    ... Google, but what fun is that.
    That’s like viewing a photo of the Eiffel Tower and saying that you’ve been there.
    It was only an hour, but it was great. At the end we all got a complimentary cup of tea/coffee and I got talking to some other people on the tour.
    From Hobart.
    What even is life.
    Then I wandered through the craft market, went through the Guildhall which had really nice stained ...