Whatever your visit to Ballycastle is, whether business or pleasure, guests can be sure of a warm welcome to Keadyville House B&B, located just outside the village of Ballycastle in County Mayo.
Keadyville House B&B, run by Michael and Barbara, has four bedrooms consisting of two double en-suites, one twin room with bathroom, and also a family room with en-suite, catering for five people.
Keadyville House B&B is situated in one of the most scenic areas with views of Downpatrick Head with views of the beautiful countryside. The house is surrounded by beautiful gardens and there are many and varied walks to be enjoyed. Ballycastle also has a beautiful sandy beach and safe swimming waters. Keadyville House B&B is also a superb location for the golf enthusiast, and is within a 35 minute drive of the Enniscrone links course and 45 minute drive from the famous Carn golf course in Belmullet.
Keadyville House B&B stands close to the Wild Atlantic Way which highlights the vast ruggedness of our beautiful coast.
The Ceide fields archaeological site and interpretative centre is four miles from the village, and is popular with historians, geologists, and anyone interested in the local heritage. The location of the Ceide Cliffs is without doubt amongst the most panoramic views in Ireland.