The beautiful Bertra Beach just 10 minutes away

The Red Door has everything you could possibly need for a luxurious break away. Just minutes from the gorgeous heritage town of Westport, Co Mayo, the gateway to Connermara.

 

Bedroom Description

 Split over two levels the house offers 5 beautifully decorated bedrooms, 3 with ensuite bathrooms and 1 family bathroom for the double bedroom and single ground floor bedrooms.

 

Top Floor

 Room 1 – The Blue Room – Sleeps 4

 1 Queen size bed and 1 sofa bed with ensuite shower room and walk in wardrobe

 Room 2 - The Triple room

 1 King size bed and 1 single bed with ensuite shower room and free standing wardrobe

 

Ground Floor

 Room 3 – Double room

1 King size bed with ensuite shower room and large built in wardrobes

Room 4 – Double room

 1 King size bed with large built in wardrobes

 Room 5

 1 Single bed

 

 House Features

 Sleeps up to 10

 2 spacious living rooms both with open fires

 Fully equipped kitchen

 Utility room

 Outdoor patio area and garden furniture

 Free Wifi

 Ipod Dock

 Smart TV with internet access

 Pool Table

 Games

 Dvds/Library

 Washing machine

 Iron/ironing board

 3 Hairdryers

 2 Cots

 Towels and linen

 Spices and condiments

 Teas and Coffees

 

 

  • Westport

    One of the many beautiful bridges that you'll see in Westport.

  • Westport Harbour

    Evening by the harbour

  • Westport The Mall

    The Mall

Westport

The Octagon Westport

Westport (IrishCathair na Mart, meaning "stone fort of the beeves", historically anglicised as Cahernamart)[1] is a town inCounty Mayo in Ireland. It is at the south-east corner of Clew Bay, an inlet of the Atlantic Ocean on the west coast of Ireland.

The town centre was designed by James Wyatt in 1780, in the Georgian architectural style. Its layout follows the medieval principles of urban design introduced by the Normans in the 13th century. The design for the town was commissioned by the Lord Sligo of the nearby stately home, Westport House, as a place for his workers and tenants to live. A particular feature is the incorporation of the river into the composition, contained for two blocks by low stone walls producing, on each side of the river, attractive tree lined promenades (The Mall) with several stone bridges over the river Carrow Beg. The layout further includes several tree lined streets, addressed by the narrow fronted commercial buildings typical of Irish towns, though with many here remaining of a singular refinement and charm. Some modern interventions, such as the Garda station, are less successful in maintaining the original continuity of the urban fabric.

It was the home of the pirate chief Grace O'Malley in the mid-to-late 16th century.

The famous pilgrimage mountain of Croagh Patrick, known locally as "the Reek", lies some 10 km west of the town near the villages of Murrisk and Lecanvey. The mountain offers a striking backdrop to the town. The church on the summit can just be made out with the naked eye from Westport.

Westport is a popular tourist destination and scores highly for Quality of Life.[2] It has also won the Irish Tidy Towns Competitionthree times in 2001, 2006 and 2008; in 2012 it also won the Best Place to Live in Ireland competition run by The Irish Times.