Self Catering Holiday Homes in Westport


Westport is situated on the west coast of Ireland in county Mayo. Trident Holiday Homes can offer your a number of self catering holiday homes within each reach of Westport town. Westport is a really lively holiday spot with some interesting craft shops. Most of the pubs hold frequent traditional music sessions such as the pub owned by Matt Molloy, member of the Irish trad group The Chieftains. Many of the town’s restaurants serve fresh, locally caught seafood.

There is no shortage of outdoor activities on offer in the area and a good choice of beaches with Golden Strand, Carramore and Old Head all within 30mins drive of the apartments. For those in search of adventure, the nearby Delphi Mountain Resort offers a fantastic array of exciting activities including kayaking, surfing, raft building, abseiling, rock climbing, zip wire, high ropes, archery and orienteering.

The famous Croagh Patrick is only 15 minutes drive from the town. While it is a challenging climb for any walker, the views from the top of Clew Bay and the surrounding county are really spectacular. At the foot of the mountain is a visitors’ centre which is adjacent to the National Famine Memorial designed by Irish artist John Behan and unveiled by President Robinson in 1997.

There are a number of excellent golf courses within an hour of Westport including;

  • Achill Golf Club
  • Ballina Golf Club
  • Mulranny Golf Links
  • Westport Golf Club
  • Belmullet Golf Club

Achill Island is only a mere 45 - 50 minutes drive from Westport town. A self catering holiday on Achill Island has loads to offer, stunning beaches, stunning cliffs and rugged mountains, perfect for walkers, nature lovers and family outdoor holidays. Jump on your bike and pull on your walking boots and enjoy the longest off-road walking or cycling trail in the country.

Our self catering accommodation in Mayot is a great base for enjoying all that the county has to offer for touring the Mayo Wild Atlantic Way coast, Clew Bay and Connemara.