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Óstán Oileán Acla
Óstán Oileán Acla is a three-star family-run hotel situated at the gateway to Achill Island in County Mayo.We are situated beside the Great Western Greenway

Óstán Oileán Acla known as Achill Island Hotel is a three-star family-run hotel, situated at the entrance to Achill Island, with sweeping views of Slieve Mór Mountain and the rugged waters of Clew Bay.

Offering excellent quality accommodation in Achill Island, the hotel features 25 comfortably decorated guest rooms featuring tea- and coffee-making facilities, hairdryer, ironing board and TV. Many of the 26 large guest rooms can be configured as double, twin or triple bed rooms. In addition there is a luxurious bridal suite and a ground-floor bedroom for disabled access.

Complimentary car parking is available in a large car park to the front of the hotel. The hotel's location is convenient to Castlebar and Westport. Explore the historical and inspiring Achill Island, wander along one of the five Blue Flag beaches, take a dive in some of the clearest water in Europe, or try your luck fishing in waters that hold the records for the heaviest fish caught in Ireland. The hotel is an ideal break away for families and is also adjacent to "The Great Western Greenway".

Offering excellent service, the hotel serves quality fresh food and seafood, sourced from local producers. An ideal venue for weddings, the hotel's large function room has a capacity to seat over 300 people. Smaller wedding parties can also be catered for the hotel's restaurant.

This family-run hotel combines first class accommodation and banqueting facilities with aspects of local culture and heritage from Achill Island and the surrounding area.

Quality Assurance & Schemes
3 Star Rating
Contact details
Achill Sound,Achill Island,Co Mayo,Republic of Ireland
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