Westport Woods Hotel

At a glance

  • Golf

    Golf Resort

    Overlooked by Croagh Patrick, and beside the sea, Westport Championship Golf Club offers a fiesty challenge for golfers of all standards.

  • Horse riding

    Horse Riding

    Westport Woods Riding Centre is suitable for small groups of people, families or individuals from beginners to advanced riders who want to improve their skills and challenge themselves.

  • Child friendly

    Family Friendly

    The go!kids club runs daily during school holidays, and is complimentary for all our little VIPs, from toddlers to teens.

  • Leisure break

    Leisure Break Venue

    The hotel offers a range of leisure facilities and treatments, but is not a specialised


  • Airport


    Westport Woods Hotel is 144 minutes from Shannon Airport.


Quay Road, Westport, Co. Mayo, Ireland

Spa & Leisure

With its 18-metre pool, sauna, steam room, Jacuzzi, and gym, The Beech Health Club and Spa at Westport Woods Hotel is a contemporary leisure facility that proudly caters to guests of all ages, with the additional benefit of a toddler pool as well.

Their spa brand of choice is the intrinsically Irish VOYA line, an entirely natural collection made from seaweed traditionally harvested on the coast in Co. Sligo (around an hour and a half from Westport). Using this, the spa offers a range of treatments to keep you occupied whether you’re staying for a day or a little longer.

Hotel & Accommodation

Just a couple of minutes from Westport town centre, on Quay Road, the hotel is situated in an idyllic location surrounded by woodland and overlooking Westport House Lake. So as the wild swans potter across the view, guests can enjoy an array of accommodation from interconnecting family rooms to triple rooms for visiting groups.

Meanwhile, using fresh local produce, the Lakeview Restaurant is the main dining option at the hotel, serving fine wines and a selection of foodie favourites. For something a little more relaxed throughout the day, the Bench Café Bar is designed using recycled cedar timbers for an equestrian theme with specially commissioned photographs of trekking on the beach.