Bed and Breakfast Westport: 11 Brilliant B&Bs In Westport For 2021

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If you’re in search of the best Bed and Breakfast Westport has to offer, you’ve landed in the right place.

There’s plenty of things to do in Westport (and there’s lots of great restaurants and pubs in Westport, too!), which makes the town a great base for an adventure.

The historic town of Westport has some incredible B&B accommodation, from small boutique guesthouses overlooking the bay to family-run, traditional B&Bs, there are some wonderful places to stay.

In the guide below, you’ll discover the best B&Bs in Westport, with something that should suit most budgets.

Bed and Breakfast Westport: Our favourites

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The first section of our Bed and Breakfast Westport guide tackles our favourite B&Bs in Westport, many of which are right next to the action.

Some of these B&Bs go toe-to-toe with the best hotels in Westport, so they’re well worth considering as a base while you explore the area.

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1. Clooneen House

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Perfectly located in the centre of Westport town, Clooneen House is a popular spot and it’s not hard to see why it’s one of our favourite B&Bs in Westport.

The family-run accommodation offers a range of rooms from singles up to family rooms, each of which comes with a TV, free Wi-Fi, en suite bathroom and tea and coffee making facilities.

In the morning, you’re greeted with a full Irish breakfast in a laid-back and cosy environment. Guests also get a handy discount at both Westport Plaza Hotel and Castlecourt Hotel next door if you want to use their pool and gym.

You can easily explore the surrounding area from this guesthouse too, with Croagh Patrick just a 15-minute drive away. This is one of the best bed and breakfast Westport has to offer for a reason.

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2. The Pink Door Westport

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Just outside of Westport in the Quay area, this stunning boutique guesthouse is right across from the harbour. It’s one of the smallers B&Bs in Westport, with just three bedrooms on offer, but this is certainly the appeal of a stay here, as it has a much more personal feel. 

A continental breakfast is served every morning, and you can chill in the shared lounge space and outside in the garden.

The owners also offer bicycle rental, which is hardy if you want to tackle the Great Western Greenway. It’s also just 200m from Westport House.

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3. The Waterside B&B

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Another beautiful little guesthouse on Westport Harbour is the Waterside B&B. The property has a handful of rooms available with both single and double options.

Each room has an en suite bathroom, free Wi-Fi, TV, hairdryer and tea and coffee making facilities. As this is just outside of the town centre, it’s a nice and quiet retreat.

You’ll get the perfect start to your day too, with a continental breakfast on offer each morning in the shared dining room.

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4. Westport Heights

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Located just off Castlebar Road coming into town, this family friendly B&B has beautiful views of Westport and towards Croagh Patrick.

It’s convenient for those hoping to cycle along the Great Western Greenway, with the trail just 100m from the property. Or you can walk into the town centre within 10 minutes and nip into one of the many restaurants in Westport.

The guesthouse has a variety of double and queen rooms with a range of prices to suit your budget. You can also find free Wi-Fi, tea and coffee and a great outdoor patio and a shared garden.

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5. Boffin Lodge Guest House

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Another of our top picks for Westport, Boffin Lodge is near the historic Quay area of town and it’s a short spin from the town centre.

The property has a range of room options on offer, each of which comes with free Wi-Fi, en suite bathrooms and free tea and coffee.

Some rooms even have a steam shower and their own fireplace. There’s also a light breakfast available each morning.

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Central B&Bs in Westport town with great reviews

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The second section of our Westport bed and breakfast guide tackles the more central B&Bs in Westport, for those of you that want to be at the heart of the action.

Each of the B&Bs below are centrally located, so you won’t need to worry about grabbing a taxi at the end of the night. 

1. McCarthy’s Lodge B&B

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Situated in the centre of the town, McCarthy’s Lodge has consistently great reviews. The location is definitely one of the highlights, but this family-owned place is also known for the warm reception it gives all who walk through its doors.

They offer a superb home-cooked breakfast each morning, with a common lounge and garden available for guests to use.

They have a range of rooms catering from 2 up to 6 people, so whether you’re on a romantic weekend away or a family holiday, you’ll find something to suit your needs.

Going off reviews (4.7/5 on Google at the time of typing), McCarthy’s is up there as one of the best bed and breakfast Westport has to offer.

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2. An File Guest House

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If you want to be close to all the best pubs and restaurants in Westport, An File Guest House is a great option.

It’s located on the Octagon, as central to the town as you can possibly get. It also has its own restaurant and bar, so you don’t have to stroll very far for a drink and a meal. 

Each room is fitted with a private bathroom and free Wi-Fi. You can also enjoy a full Irish breakfast each morning, which, according to reviews, is absolutely delicious. 

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3. Mulberry Lodge B&B

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Mulberry is a gorgeous little B&B located just outside of town. The quiet boutique B&B offers a handful of double rooms with free parking and Wi-Fi available.

While it’s away from the bustle, it’s still just five minute’s walk from the town centre. Each of the rooms have a TV, wardrobe, tea and coffee making facilities and an en suite bathroom.

You might even get lucky with some mountain views from your toom. You can expect a high-quality Irish breakfast each morning, and you can easily walk into town for other meals.

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Bed and breakfast Westport: What ones have we missed?

I’m sure that we’ve unintentionally missed out on some brilliant B&Bs in Westport in the guide above.

If you have a bed and breakfast in Westport that you’ve stayed in before and that you’d like to recommend, let us know in the comments section below.

FAQs about the best Westport bed and breakfast on offer

We’ve had a lot of questions over the years asking about everything from the most central B&Bs in Westport to which ones we’d recommend.

In the section below, we’ve popped in the most FAQs that we’ve received. If you have a question that we haven’t tackled, ask away in the comments section below.

What is the best bed and breakfast Westport has to offer?

In my opinion, it’s very hard to go wrong with Westport Heights, the Waterside B&B and the Pink Door Westport, however, any of the above B&Bs in Westport are worth checking out.

What are the most central B&Bs Westport has to offer?

If you’re after nice and central B&Bs in Westport, the likes of McCarthy’s Lodge B&B and An File Guest House are both great options.

Are there any luxury bed and breakfast in Westport?

Although Westport isn’t really home to any luxury or boutique guesthouses, that we know of, the likes of the Pink Door Westport are worth checking out.

Elisha is a freelance writer, content creator and blogger and her work can be read in Lonely Planet, Remote Lands and Matador Network. You’ll usually find her travelling in offbeat places or hiking wherever there are mountains; always with a camera in hand.

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