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.
The house stands on approximately one acre of grounds beside the Carrowbeg River, which runs along the side of the property. Each evening the river wall provides a sheltered resting place for a flock of wild ducks, and early each morning a heron can be seen stalking his breakfast near the bridge arches. At dusk each evening a flock of pepistrelle bats feed over the river.
There is a lovely guest lounge available for relaxing. And the garden is accessible either via the car park or, directly from the house. Private off-street parking is provided. Each bedroom has tv and tea & coffee making facilities.
Among the many reasons you’ll love your stay with us: