A Real Adventure Awaits You In Mayo...

At the Mulranny Park Hotel Mayo we offer a range of interesting and exciting activities to help make your stay with us even more memorable and enjoyable.

BLUE FLAG BEACHES - Mulranny has 2 beaches safe for swimming and great for walking across the road from the Mulranny Park Hotel, on the west end of Mulranny village, a causeway and wooden bridge across Trawoughter Bay lead to Mulranny beach, which has picnic facilities and toilets, as well as a lifeguard during the summer months.

Inland from the beach is a rare large saltwater marsh, with typical species such as thrift, sea plantain, salt marsh grass, rushes and sedges, sea pimpernel with glassword and annual seablite further down towards the sea. The marsh also features various shorebirds, including curlew, widgeon, grey plover, godwits, oyster-catchers, dunlins, sand pipers, terns and gulls.
There is also a small car park at the beach. To reach the car park, take the first left after the village and continue less than a half a kilometre to the entrance, following the signs. Please see our local Activity Map &  Greenway Adventures Brochure to explore the great the outdoors.

ACHILL ISLAND - Achill is the outdoor capital of the West and is only a 10 minute drive from the hotel. Ireland’s largest offshore Island is joined to the mainland by a bridge at Achill sound. The famous Atlantic Drive around the island is a must. These 266 sq. miles of island has the distinction of having received five European blue flag beach awards. A visit to Achill is highly recommended. Take a day to explore the island, visit Keem Beach, go surfing or kayaking, visit the Deserted Village, Slievemore or Kildavnat Castle or just walk the spectacular beaches. For more information please see our page about Achill Island.

CROAGH PATRICK - This stiff climb on Irelands Holy Mountain is rewarded by a huge sense of achievement and panoramic views. The hotel overlooks Croagh Patrick across Clew Bay. Click here for more information on Croagh Patrick.
Croagh Patrick is situated five miles from the picturesque town of Westport and the mountain's conical shape soars majestically above the surrounding countryside.
Magnificent views of Clew Bay and the surrounding south Mayo countryside are to be had from all stages of the ascent of the mountain. Follow the steps of Patrick and in doing so meet people from far and near.
Teach na Miasa, The Croagh Patrick Visitor Centre, is situated in Murrisk on the Pilgrim's path at the base of Croagh Patrick Mountain and opposite the National Famine Monument..

WESTPORT HOUSE & COUNTRY PARK - One of Irelands most beautiful and historic homes.  It’s the ideal centre for a day visit, especially for families. Some attractions in the Pirate Adventure Park include the Cannonball Run slide, Pirates Swinging Ship and Pirates Plunge log flume ride. A must see for those visiting Westport.
It’s the ideal family day out. More information on www.westporthouse.ie
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