BRANNENS OF NEWPORT
A modern Bed & Breakfast with minimalist, comfortable hotel style bedrooms. Brannens of Newport offers chic and contemporary accommodation, all with ensuites, in a great location.
Located at the centre of the town of Newport in West Mayo Ireland, just 10 minutes from Westport, on the shores of Clew Bay, Brannens is the perfect place to stay for thoses:
Exploring the Wild Atlantic Way
Cycling the Great Western Greenway
Walking the Western Way or Bangor Trail
Hiking on Croagh Patrick or Nephin Beg
Newly refurbished guest rooms are spacious, elegant and contemporary. Chic and modern in design, each room is fitted with a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom. The beds are extremely comfortable with hotel standard furniture and the black out blinds ensure you will get the best night sleep. Choose from a Double, Twin, Triple or Family Room. Breakfast is served each morning; made with the highest quality produce from local suppliers.
A traditional and lively bar and lounge at the heart of the town of Newport. Famous for their perfect pint of 'the black stuff' and their selection of the finest whiskeys and gins. Features a newly built function room, ideal for parties and events with a large outdoor terrace and heated smoking area.
A place of history, beauty, forts, caves and trails lie hidden in plain view - waiting for you - and we can help you find them. Brannens is the home of the Nephew Begers Hillwalking Group. Founded in 2014 by proprietor John Chambers-Brannen, the group can be found most weekends on the local mountains, trekking, talking and exploring the local landscapes and history. The practical knowledge they have gathered is available to all who stay here. As well as hiking, are also a vast array of other activities which can be arranged on land and sea. Discover walking loops, cycle on the Great Western Greenway or kayak on Clew Bay. Click below to find more things to do in the area.
Situated in the centre of the authentic and historic Irish village, Brannens of Newport is ideally located at the heart of the Wild Atlantic Way, the Great Western Greenway and the Western Way. The town is also the gateway to Ballycroy National Park, the only accredited Gold Tier International Dark Park in Ireland.