Westport Plaza Hotel

Address: Castlebar Street, Westport, County Mayo, Western Ireland, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Castlebar Street, Westport, is near Westport House, Westport Golf Club, Marlene's Chocolate Haven, and Crough Patrick Mountain.
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          • Restaurant
          • Swimming pool
          • Fitness/Health center


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Free parking


          • Suites


          • Room service

          TravelPod Member ReviewsWestport Plaza Hotel

          Reviewed by andy_n

          E xcellent in every way.

          Reviewed Sep 2, 2015
          by (22 reviews) , Canada Flag of Canada

          Excellent location. Spacious and comfortable rooms with good amenities. Outstanding kitchen. Highly recommended.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Westport Plaza Hotel

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Westport

          A Day on the Atlantic Coast in Connemara

          A travel blog entry by allison.wolf on Nov 07, 2015

          1 comment, 42 photos

          We were up early and had a nice breakfast at our hotel before heading out to see the Connemara region. It was a little rainy when we set out and the forecast called for rain all morning and likely in the afternoon as well. The clouds made the landscape look really nice, but it didn't photograph well. It's such a different area from the rest of Ireland. It was very rocky and there were little lakes and ponds everywhere. We had a nice drive up ...

          From Bushmills to Cong

          A travel blog entry by samatt1020 on Oct 19, 2015

          24 photos

          ... Irish food of the past and the other side Irish food of the present. We ordered off of the past menu. We had mussel soup (Yes, seafood soup again!) and corned beef and cabbage. We then headed to the cigar terrace off of the Billiards Room, so you know who could have a cigar and cognac (pretty reminiscent of our wedding). Last stop of the evening, Prince of Wales Cocktail Bar for a night cap of an old fashioned for both Sam and ...

          Westport and Derry

          A travel blog entry by stephen.murray on Oct 11, 2015

          6 photos

          ... in a bar to watch the Irish Rugby team defeat the French in Rugby World Cup 2015. Lots of cheering and a makeshift Irish Wave. Ireland's soccer team lost to the Polish team later that night; Not so much cheering. Our tour in Derry took us by a memorial to the 14 who were shot and killed by British soldiers in Derry on January, 1972. One of those killed was related to our local tour guide, Gavin. If you're old enough, you'll remember it as Bloody Sunday. ...

          Derry to Westport

          A travel blog entry by suemckee on Jul 26, 2015

          1 comment, 14 photos

          We awoke this morning to the sound of rain - not what we wanted, but it was expected. After a huge Irish breakfast we drove into town, diverting a km or so to "cross the border" into Eire to buy cheaper petrol. We arrived just in time to join the walking tour of Derry, which was really good value for money and most informative at 4 each. BUT it was bloody freezing. A free cup of coffee afterwards warmed us up though.
          We walked the walls of Derry, which are ...

          Episode 5

          A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Jun 08, 2014

          33 photos

          ... and it flourished as a religious centre until Cromwell sacked it in 1647. At that time the towns people had taken sanctuary in the cathedral and Cromwells troops set it alight, burning to death around 1500 people it is believed. The roof and much of the interior was timber; the ruins we now see date from that time.

          The round tower is the oldest of the building having been built just prior to it being handed over to the church or very shortly ...