Local Attractions in Mayo

Family Activities

Family fun and activity options for guests to avail of while staying at TF Royal Hotel, Castlebar.

The Great Western Greenway

The Great Western Greenway is a unique traffic free 42km stretch of the longest off-road walking and cycling trail in Ireland.  All visitors to Mayo can enjoy unspoiled views and enjoy a real outdoor adventure with family and friends, local bike hire company details will be provided at check for those interested.

Horse Riding & Equestrian Centre

One of the most enjoyable ways to take in the beautiful scenery around County Mayo is by trekking on Horseback through the hills and mountains which dominate the rolling countryside. There are a number of local equestrian centre’s located in Turlough, Knockmore, Westport, Newport and Bohola

Lough Lannagh Walkway and Outdoor Gym

Outdoor gym and playground located adjacent to TF Royal Hotel and Theatre at Lough Lannagh offers hours of fun and entertainment for both children and adults. The walkway surrounding the outdoor gym and playground is newly built, fully lit and a great way to see Castlebar landmarks.

Castlebar Tennis Club

Castlebar Tennis Club - Lannagh road, Castlebar. Castlebar Tennis Club is one of the major Tennis Clubs in Connacht and boasts 6 all weather court. The Tennis Club has recently has an all weather cover installed, so the game can be enjoyed all year round.

For more information call 094 9023644

Climb the Reek

Climbing Croagh Patrick, Ireland's holy mountain is one of the best ways to view Clew Bay and the surrounding scenery of Westport Town. Climbing 'The Reek' is a great way to pass an afternoon, allow three to four hours to complete the climb.

Ways to Pass a Rainy Day

Castlebar and it's surrounding towns are also home to a range of exciting and family friendly indoor activities

Mayo Leisure Point & Movie World

Family fun just got better! Mayo Leisure Point & Mayo Movie World are sure to keep the children entertained on a rainy afternoon.

Museum of Country Life

The museum gives its visitors a unique opportunity to see how the people of Ireland lived in the hundred years between the Great Famine and the end of the 1950. Entry is FREE - a great way to spend an afternoon

Foxford Woolen Mills

Visitors are taken right through the working mill as it is run today, where they can see first-hand the mastery of tradition, design and craftsmanship that goes into every single Irish made Foxford product. A 20 minute drive from the hotel, Foxford Woolen Mills are a must see.

Westport House

Westport House and Pirate Adventure Park has welcomed over 5 million visitors with its range of heritage, family-fun, camping and adventure activity offerings. It truly offers something for everyone in the family - from grand-parents, to mum & dad, teens, young ones and even toddlers.