Red River Lodge Bed and Breakfast Accomodation Ballina County Mayo, B&B Ballina Ireland, B&B

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We want you to get the most out of your holiday in the North West, enjoy all the local attractions and the abundance of beautiful landscapes.
We provide you with a detailed booklet recommending 5 excellent tours that offer you a choice of landscapes and historical attractions.

  • Tour 1

This drive offers prehistoric sites dating back 5000 years, early Christian and middle age sites as well as breath-taking landscapes wildly sculpted by the grinding Atlantic along the coast stretching from Downpatrick Head to the haunting mists of Benwee in the West.

  • Tour 2

This tour takes you round our magnificent lakes as well as hidden picnic areas. We also highlight the Foxford Woollen Mills and other places of historical interest.

  • Tour 3

This is a beautiful drive with lots of mountain and sea cliff views. Achill is a wonderful gem just off the west coast of Mayo and is the largest Island in Ireland. You can drive on to the Island as it is connected to the mainland by bridge. This tour also features a famine site and the ruins of the 15th century pirate Queen, Grainne Uaile’s castle.

  • Tour 4

A Mix of Mystical & Magical. Sligo or ‘Yeats Country’ is only a short 40 minutes drive from Red River Lodge. This is a beautiful scenic county with sculpted limestone ridges, ancient stone-age sites, sacred celtic sites, some of which are the oldest and most significant in Europe, along with Carnac in France. It is little wonder this county, rich in legends and folklore, inspired Ireland’s Nobel Prize winning Poet W.B. Yeats. Visit the places Yeats referred to, such as, Sleuth Wood (Slish Wood) in the Stolen Child, or The Isle of Innisfree, Hazlewood and of course Glencar Waterfall, to name just a few.

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