Wild Atlantic Way Breaks
At GN Mulranny Park Hotel
Find yourself immersed in the authentic Irish atmosphere, hearing the locals speaking Irish whilst taking in the breathtaking views of the rugged mayo landscape. Take the chance to relax by the coast as you watch the colours of the sunset resting in the calm waters of Clew Bay. With the serenity of the location coupled with the spectacular views.
In Mayo, there are thirty-one Discovery Points and three of them are indicated as Signature Points: Keem Strand, Achill Island and Downpatrick Head. Mulranny is situated in a prime location on the Wild Atlantic Way. Drive across the road bridge to County Mayo’s Achill Island, with its towering sea-cliffs, exposed mountains and sweeping sandy beaches. Sheltering under Slievemore Mountain, you can wander through a strange and long abandoned settlement known simply as the Deserted Village.
If you’d like to find out more about this beautifully haunting place, you can book a guided tour with expert archaeologists from the Achill Archaeological Field School who work on a dig here every summer. Or, if you prefer, simply walk from cottage to cottage, imagining life here through the centuries in this remote and poignant spot.