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The Octagon, Westport, Mayo
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The 3 star Wyatt Hotel is a charming boutique hotel, a gem in the heart of Westport town, County Mayo. The hotel is named after the famous Georgian architect, James Wyatt, who is credited with the design and planning of this picturesque town, one of Ireland's only two planned heritage towns with its tree lined Mall.
The boutique hotel was refurbished in recent times but still retains a traditional Irish exterior. The hotel is decorated with traditional elements flawlessly married with contemporary requirements.
Westport is nestled between the peaks of Croagh Patrick and the deep blue seas of Clew Bay and the Atlantic ocean and has become one of the most popular holiday destinations in Co Mayo, in the West of Ireland, offering top class accommodation. With street festivals both music and art and a lively holiday atmosphere, Westport is the place to be and The Wyatt Hotel from which to enjoy it.
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Directions from Dublin
Leave Dublin onto the Motorway M4. At the end of the motorway continue forward onto the N4. At the roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the N6 signposted for Galway, Entering Kinnegad. Continue forward onto the N4. Go through Edgeworthstown. At the roundabout take the 1st exit onto the R393, signposted for the town centre. Continue forward onto the R393. You are now in Longford. Turn right onto the N5 signposted Dublin / Ballinalee. Continue forward onto New Street - N5 (one-way). Turn right onto the N5, signposted for Westport. Continue forward on the N5 going through the towns of Termonbarry, Frenchpark & Charlestown. Continue forward onto the N5. Arrive at Castlebar. Follow signs to Westport for approx 10 miles. Entering Westport on the Castlebar road, keep driving straight on over the Bridge and up through Bridge Street staying in the right lane. Take a right at the Clock Tower onto Shop Street and continue on straight in the left lane. The Wyatt is located on the Octagon behind St. Patrick’s Monument.
Directions from Galway
Leaving Galway city follow the R866 to Headford. You must then bear right onto the N84 signposted for Castlebar. You will pass through the towns of Shrule & Kilmaine. Once you reach the town of Ballinrobe again look for the signs for Castlebar. Once you reach the village of Partry turn Left onto the R330 following the signs to Westport. Continue for 18 miles until you come to Westport. Entering Westport passing the train station continue on through the roundabout coming on to Mill Street. Looking ahead at the Clock Tower continue straight onto Shop Street and continue on in the left lane. The Wyatt is located on the Octagon behind St Patrick’s Monument.
Distances to Westport
Dublin 261 KM 160 miles
Galway 80 KM 50 miles
Belfast 297 KM 186 miles
Cork 288 KM 180 miles
Shannon/Limerick 185 KM 116 miles
Athlone 132 KM 83 miles
Knock Airport 60KM 36 miles
Croagh Patrick is only 6 miles from Westport and commands some fantastic picture perfect views of the countryside as well as Clew Bay. It is definitely an intense walk but also a very exhilarating experience. If this isn’t quiet your cup of tea you can always hop in you car and take a scenic journey from Westport to enchanting and cultural Connemara.
You have a wide choice of golf courses in the area, which should keep the golfer in your life very happy. The more adventurous would probably prefer the variety of water sports on offer in the county. Whatever your passion, you are certain to find it here in County Mayo.
This 3 star boutique hotel boasts an enviable location in the Octagon, the heart of Westport town.
A collection of Irish artwork is scattered throughout the interior of this warm and comforting hotel. A professional and warm friendly service awaits you and our commitment to you is that you leave the hotel relaxed and planning to return.
Offering impressive facilities for year round weddings, conferences, family events and that special get together with friends our team will take care of your every need. During your stay enjoy great food in the Wyatt Restaurant or JW’s Brasserie. Enjoy a drink in the Cobblers Bar & Courtyard particulary on a Sunday where the best trad session in town is on! This charming hotel is a popular spot for both business and leisure travellers.
Nestled in the Octagon, the Wyatt Hotel has fifty one stylish bedrooms mixing old world charm, modern contemporary and traditional Irish decor. The guestrooms are very spacious and are decorated to a high standard. As you would expect of any calibre hotel, the rooms are equipped with TV, direct dial telephone, hairdryer and tea/coffee facilities. All of the bedrooms have en-suite facilities as well as trouser press and ironing facilities. The hotel boasts a number of room types from double, twin, double/single and triple rooms.
Family rooms can accommodate 2 adults & 2 children under 12 only, it has a double, single and a camp bed.
The Westport Leisure Park
The Westport Leisure Park is just 2 minutes walk from the hotel. The guests of the hotel are offered complimentary access to the swimming pool, jacuzzi, sauna and steam room. You can collect a token from reception should you want to avail of use this facility. There is also a wide variety of beauty treatments available such as massages, head to toe indulgence and detoxifying wraps. The choices here are endless!!
Weddings & Conferences
The Wyatt Hotel is the perfect place for your special day. Enjoy full use of the Altamont Suite and the professional and highly trained and experienced staff will offer any help and advice to make your day one to remember.
State of the art conference facilities consisting of four fully equipped meeting rooms make it the ideal place for product launches, training courses or business presentations.
Anonymous from Ballincollig
Stayed 02-2013Young couple
The Wyatt Hotel is in a great central location but it really looks gorgeous and cosy from the outside, a quality replicated on the inside. I wouldnt hesitate to recommend the Wyatt. The friendly accommodating staff are the finishing touch.
Nick from Worthing
Stayed 10-2012Mature couple
Very comfortable room and friendly and helpful staff.
Anonymous from Enniskillen
Stayed 03-2012Mature couple
The Wyatt Restaurant
Dine at The Wyatt Restaurant during your stay – it will not disappoint! The décor is like a modern bistro and exudes a relaxed ambience. The 60-seater restaurant offers Table d’Hote and A La Carte options daily under the supervision of its award-winning Chef. Breakfast is served in the Wyatt Restaurant daily from 8am-10.30am.
Named after the Georgian architect James Wyatt, JW's Brasserie is a great place to meet family and friends due to it's central location in the heart of Westport. JW's Brasserie & Bar is accredited with Traditional Irish Music Award 2000-2005 and Dining Pub of the Year 2001-2005. The Brasserie is open from 10.30am serving tea/coffee and some small bites. Lunch then begins at midday until five serving an excellent choice of food off the Lunch a lá Carte Menu and dinner is then served from five until late. Daily specials are also available. JW’s Brasserie is not only a popular spot with the guests of the hotel but also with the lively locals.
Cobblers Bar & Courtyard
The Cobblers Bar & Outdoor Courtyard is a recent addition to the Wyatt Hotel as part of our ongoing refurbishments. This bar brings you back in time to the old world atmosphere of Irish tradition. Connecting to the new Cobblers bar is a charming outdoor Courtyard with white-washed walls it's a great hideaway in the heart of the town centre and is popular with guests and locals alike. Experiences one of the best traditional music sessions in town every Sunday evening on Cobblers!
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