Ballina, County Mayo

Hotels in Ballina: Ballina Manor Hotel

Hotels in Ballina: The property consists of 79 rooms. This popular hotel provides the ideal base for exploring the area. The Hotel provides 24-hour reception. Guests can enjoy access to the internet to stay connected to work or home. The Hotel offers a laundry service. There is an on-site car park.


Ballina, County Mayo

Hotels in Ballina: Great National Hotel Ballina

Hotels in Ballina: This resort hotel enjoys a great setting in Ballina, in County Mayo. The hotel is located just 3 km away from the charming town of Ballina, which is home to the famous River Moy. This hotel is ideally located, close to all the main tourist attractions. Guests can enjoy a host of exciting activities nearby. This wonderful hotel enjoys a stunning design, affording guests comfort and luxury in a peaceful setting. The guest rooms are exquisitely appointed, featuring classical elegance and refined luxury. Guests are sure to be impressed by the extensive range of facilities and services that the hotel provides. Guests travelling for work purposes can avail of the hotel's first-class conference facilities. The hotel boasts Ample Free Parking, Complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, and Complimentary Leisure Facilities for all residents.


Ballina, County Mayo

Hotels in Ballina: Green Hill B&B

Hotels in Ballina: Tucked away in quiet confines to the rear of St. Muredach’s Cathedral, Ballina, Green Hill bed and breakfast provides a warm Irish welcome. A family-run residence, host Josephine Corrigan has years of hospitality experience and shares her intimate knowledge of the area’s heritage and attractions. The largest town in beautiful County Mayo, Ballina has something to suit everyone, from world-renowned angling to historical architecture and ancient megalithic ruins, there’s plenty to discover. The town leisure centre, swimming pool and tennis courts are also just a five-minute walk from the house.


Ballina, County Mayo

Hotels in Ballina: Mount Falcon Estate

Hotels in Ballina: This country house hotel is one of the leading hotels in the region, located on the west bank of the River Moy, between Foxford and Ballina, in County Mayo, the most beautiful part of the west of Ireland. Ireland West Airport Knock is around 42 km away, Sligo Airport is about 73 km away and Galway airport is some 100 km away. This luxury country house hotel has 32 rooms and is a welcoming place. The estate enjoys more than 3 km of double bank salmon fishing on the River Moy, and the 100 acres of grounds have been redeveloped and landscaped to incorporate lakeside and woodland walks. Guests are welcomed in the lobby, which offers lift access to the upper floors. Guests can enjoy a drink in the pub and dine in the restaurant. Other services include conference rooms, and there is a car park for those arriving by car. The rooms are spacious with high ceilings, cornices, free standing furniture and are finished to the highest standard. The rooms feature soft and tranquil colours, reflecting the beauty of the woodlands outside each window. Many of the original features of the old house are carried through seamlessly into these rooms. All rooms are en suite and feature a shower, bath and hairdryer, as well as a direct dial telephone, satellite/cable TV and Internet access. The establishment has a leisure centre with a 17-metre indoor heated swimming pool, sauna, steam room, hot tub and fully equipped, air-conditioned gym with the very latest equipment. Spa and massage treatments (for an extra fee) are also available. Golf is available for a fee. Fans of the fairway can visit a nearby golf course some 22 km away. The Kitchen Restaurant, as its name suggests, is located where the original kitchen in the house used to be.


Ballina, County Mayo

Hotels in Ballina: Suncroft

Hotels in Ballina: Recommended by Le Guide du Routard, Suncroft bed and breakfast sits in a quiet corner of lively Ballina, County Mayo. In a scenic location close to the 19th century Ballina Cathedral, the River Moy and town centre are just a short stroll away. One of Europe’s top angling destinations, the Moy Valley and Ballina boasts superb salmon fishing, great golf, surfing and walking routes. Visitors can also explore Moyne Abbey, founded in the 1400s, the ancient Cloghgle megalithic dolmen and Ballina Workhouse which dates back to the famine era. Guests will enjoy wonderful hospitality and the area’s stunning scenery.



Areas of County Mayo