The Railway Lodge 6 is a lovely detached house is in a small development of 8 houses in Mulranny, 6 miles from Newport, 7 miles from Achill Island and 19 miles from lively Westport town. The house has three stories with the living areas on the first floor and a roof top terrace where you can enjoy sea views. There is a free Wi-Fi and a ladies and gents bicycle for your enjoyment. Close by is the hotel with a swimming pool, Jacuzzi, gym, bar and restaurant open to the public. Both the Wild Atlantic Way and Greenway cycle and walking route are on your doorstep. A wonderful family destination.
The Railway Lodge 6 at Mulranny Park is featured on our Coastal Holiday Cottages Ireland Collection
The ground floor consists of a double bedroom, a twin bedroom and the main bathroom with shower over bath. The lounge and kitchen are located up on the first floor. The third bedroom is a double with ensuite. It is located upstairs on the second floor and has a large TV.
Bed linen and towels are provided. This is a no-smoking property. Other facilities include: TV, fridge with small ice box, microwave, dishwasher, washer/dryer, internet access, welcome pack, open plan garden, picnic bench, bbq, shared driveway, free bicycles available. Sorry pets are not allowed at this property..
Mulranny is a vibrant town, with local shops, pubs and restaurants. There are other towns and villages nearby that also have plenty to see and do.
The Great Western Greenway; 42kms, mainly following the line of the Westport to Achill Island railway.
Wild Atlantic Way; Co. Mayo coastal route.
Yvonne's traditional cottage tearooms; off the Newport road, open daily.
Mulranny Park Hotel; swimming pool, Jacuzzi and gym open to non-residents, visitor pass needed.
Westport Golf Club; 18-hole course, driving range and putting greens, booking available.
The Great Western Greenway cycle is an off road cycle / walking trail of 42 km / 26 miles following the old Westport to Achill Island railway line and passes the front door of this property.
Fishing 200 yards. Leisure Club with gym, hot-tub, sauna, steam room, Leisure centre and indoor pool 100 yards. Walking - Easy, Cycling on site. Traditional Music .25 miles. Golf, Horse riding 1 miles. Childrens Playground 6 miles.
Mulranny Park Hotel
The Mulranny Park Hotel is a lovely 4* hotel perched on a unique site overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Opened originally in 1897 the hotel is situated on a 42 acre woodland estate and has retained much of its original character and charm, which is combined with the very best in contemporary comfort and style.
Facilities include 41 unique and comfortable guest bedrooms and 20, 2 bed room apartment suites and full leisure facilities including 20 meter swimming pool. The local Blue Flag Beach is just a short walk away via the "causeway" (please note that you must cross the road to access the steps to bring you down to the beach).
Dining – Fine dining and quality cuisine is at the heart of the Mulranny Park Hotel. The Nephin Restaurant offers the very best in fresh local produce skillfully prepared by our expert chefs, all in a beautiful, spacious dining room whose ambience is illuminated by the dramatic views through its bay windows. Bookings are required for the Nephin’s Restaurant.
In the Waterfront Bar you can enjoy hearty soups, fresh homemade dishes, delicious salads, catch of the day and tasty specials. Food served daily from 12pm-9pm overlooking Clew Bay.
USE OF ONSITE LEISURE FACILITIES IS AN EXTRA CHARGE:
It is important to be aware that although the Railway Lodge 6 is located on the grounds of the Hotel, guests of the this holiday home MUST PAY for the use of the onsite leisure facilities on a pay as you go basis. Family passes and weekend passes may be purchased directly from the Leisure Centre reception. For full details please visit the Hotel website www.mulrannyparkhotel.ie or call the leisure centre directly on 098 36709.
GREAT WESTERN GREENWAY TRAIL
The World Class Great Western Greenway (Newport - Mallaranny ) is an 18km free cycling and walking facility which primarily follows the line of the famous Newport / Mulranny Railway, which closed in 1937. Its development has been made possible by agreement of local landowners who have allowed permissive access to users to pass through their lands.
This route covers gentle gradients and some of the most idyllic scenery in the west of Ireland. The route forms part of the National Cycle Network and it is the longest off road cycling experience in the Country.
Mayo Dark Sky Park
Mayo is now home an international Dark Sky Park, showcasing some of the darkest, most pristine skies in the world.
Nestled between the remote Nephin Mountain Range and the unspoiled Atlantic coastline, the Dark Sky Park extends across an area of 150km2. There’s so much you can discover by looking up at the night skies. On a clear night in Mayo, you can see over 4,500 twinkling stars, along with other planets in the solar system, The Milky Way and even meteor showers all with the naked eye. All this is just 28km from Mulranny. http://www.mayodarkskypark.ie/
Distance in miles/km from Mulranny to towns nearby:
The towns of Westport, Castlebar, Newport and the island of Achill are all within a 25 mile radius.
Newport 9/ 14.4,
Achill Island 7/11.
Day trips from Mulranny:
• Achill Island – Keel, Dugort, Keem beach, Secret Garden Achill
• Ballycroy National Park
• Ceide Fields
• Westport House
• Kylemore Abbey
• Connemara National Park
• Aran Islands
• The Burren
• Cliffs of Moher
Shop 400 yards. Pub. Restaurant 100 yards. Beach 200 yards.