St Anthony's

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St Anthony’s is located in the centre of Westport town, walking distance to all restaurants, pubs and shops ideal location if you prefer to park up after your long journey.

Private Gardens

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At St. Anthony’s B&B, you’ll find private, off-street parking, a large garden to relax in, and rooms that are filled with character and light. More than just accommodation, we like to provide a home away from home.

Wild Atlantic Way

St Anthony’s is proud to be in The Wild Atlantic Way, set to be Ireland’s first long-distance touring route, stretching along the Atlantic coast from Donegal to West Cork, you’ll find an abundance of beautiful scenic views.

About St Anthony’s

St. Anthony’s Bed and Breakfast makes for wonderful accommodation in Westport. The house dates back to 1820, when it was built for the Minister of The Presbyterian Church. Although the Church is now gone, the house remains, and it’s charm has been retained with its exposed oak beams, thick walls and recessed doorways.
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Bike Friendly

St. Anthony’s Bed and Breakfast is bike friendly accommodation with safe storage, only 5 minutes from The Great Western Greenway, the longest off-road walking and cycling trail in Ireland. This 42km route follows the old Westport to Achill Island railway, and is ideal for taking a bike out for a spin.

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Visit Westport

  • Kylemore Abbey

    Kylemore Abbey is the number one visitor attraction in the West of Ireland. Kylemore is both a castle and an abbey, built by the Henry family over 150 years ago.

  • Croagh Patrick

    Croagh Patrick, known locally as ‘The Reek’ is associated with Saint Patrick who reputedly fasted atop the mountain for 40 days and 40 nights whilst battling pagan gods

  • Great Western Greenway

    The Greenway traverses Ireland’s Atlantic coast between Westport town and Achill Island and visits the picturesque villages of Newport and Mulranny (Mallaranny).

  • The Wild Atlantic Way

    The Wild Atlantic Way is set to be Ireland’s first long-distance touring route, stretching along the Atlantic coast from Donegal to West Cork.