Westport Coast Hotel

Address: The Quay, Westport, County Mayo, Western Ireland, Ireland | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on The Quay, Westport, is near Westport House, Westport Golf Club, Marlene's Chocolate Haven, and Clew Bay Archaeological Trail.
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Travel Blogs from Westport

Ruins, don't worry my life is fine! :-)

A travel blog entry by kayaking_girl on Nov 02, 2014

... saw Our Lady (Mary, Jesus' mother) in 1879 on the back wall of the church. It was my first visit to a Marian apparition sight. Today we visited Croagh Patrick, a mountain that tradition says that St Patrick had a 40 day retreat on the summit in the 400s. It was raining, windy and cold so we didn't climb it. This evening we went to a performance of Handel's Messiah. Such beautiful music! I travel to Dublin tomorrow and fly home on ...

The Chieftains (figure it out)

A travel blog entry by dennislavin on Oct 16, 2014

update on 10/16 - went to dinner on the quay (pronounced "key" for those of you in the Bronx. - Had some oysters and scallops right from the Bay.
Went to Matt Maloy's Bar - the flutist from the Chieftains owns it or that is the rumor - met some folks from Belfast.
Went to the bar next store - the Portush - nice Irish music -
update 10/17 - Marian made us soup for lunch - went to an Italinan restaurant for dinner in town - food was great - La Belle Vita ...

Dublin to Co Mayo

A travel blog entry by quirk303 on Sep 26, 2014

3 comments, 5 photos

... look out, birds in flight towards a pole with a pile of them crumpled at the base of the pole. The other interesting roadside sculpture was a 4 metre high fiddle half buried in the embankment of the road. The warmth of the car and patient status allowed Pol to engage in recuperative rest, so we bypassed Our Lady of Knock and drove to Castlebar and checked into the Harlequin Hotel. After a visit to the hairdresser and a walk around this quaint town, we had a drink and early curry and ...

A day without tourists!

A travel blog entry by dayna-tom-2013 on Sep 23, 2014

29 photos

... A huge rock sign was whitewashed in front of the light ("EIRE") to let the flyers know they were still short of England and not to land. (Ireland was a neutral country during the war and would have interned the crews if they had landed.)

Now about noon, we headed for the ferry crossing on the River Shannon. By the time we got there it was closing in on 2 p.m. and the ferry only runs every hour, on the hour, going ...

Episode 5

A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Jun 08, 2014

33 photos

... then on to New York. Commercial flights lasted less than 10 years, from 1937 to 1946 because by that time many land bases were available having been well developed during the war years. Both Pam Am and Imperial (later to become BOAC the forerunner to British Airways) both flew out of here. The biggest aircraft was the Boeing B314, she carried 34 passengers and 9 or 10 crew. Even had a honeymoon suite:

It was in one of the rooms in this building ...