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Where to stay in Mulranny (Best Accommodation + Map)

Where to stay in Mulranny (Best Accommodation + Map)

When it comes to Mulranny accommodation is relatively scarce, especially when you consider how popular of a tourist destination the town is.

However, although options are limited, the handful of places to stay in Mulranny punch well above their weight.

The town, which sits right by the coast overlooking Clew Bay, makes a great base to explore from.

You’ve Achill Island, the Great Western Greenway and some of Mayo’s best beaches within easy reach. Find my go-to B&Bs and hotels in Mulranny below!

My go-to Mulranny accommodation


The scenic little (and I mean little!) town of Mulranny sits between Newport and Achill Sound, a short spin from Wild Nephin Park. Here are some great places to base yourself!

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1. Mulranny House

Mulranny House

Photos via Mulranny House

Mulranny House is a traditional B&B on the Main Street, a short walk from Mulranny Beach.

It boasts wonderful views across Clew Bay with its many islands and of the towering Croagh Patrick which looms in the distance.

At Mulranny House, guests can enjoy bright and spacious double rooms with en-suite bathrooms, flat-screen TVs, and sea views.

Each bedroom also has a private entrance. The property has a communal library, guest lounge, and garden with outdoor seating.

The breakfast menu has a choice of cooked meals like a full Irish, pancakes, and smoked salmon and scrambled eggs, served alongside a buffet.

If you’re after Mulranny accommodation that’ll act as a home-from-home, look no further!


2. Mulranny Park Hotel

Mulranny Park Hotel

Photos via the Mulranny Park Hotel

Arguably one of the most popular hotels in May is the 4-star family-favourite Mulranny Park Hotel.

Located in an elevated position just 6 minutes on foot from the beach, it’s best known for hosting John Lennon and Yoko Ono during their visit to Clew Bay in 1968.

The hotel has a wide range of facilities, like a 20-metre heated indoor pool, jacuzzi, sauna, and a steam room. 

They have a range of rooms on offer, such as single, twin, double, family, and king rooms.

The rooms have either sea or countryside views, modern decor, a flat-screen TV, and a spacious modern en-suite. 

Guests can dine in the Waterfront Bar and Bistro for stunning sea views and Irish and international cuisine, or enjoy fine dining in the award-winning Nephin Restaurant. 


3. Mary’s of Mulranny

Mary’s of Mulranny

Photos via Mary’s of Mulranny

Mary’s of Mulranny is a traditional family-run guesthouse in the heart of Mulranny.

The property is short ramble to the beach, offering double and family rooms and a self-catering apartment.

The one-bedroom apartment can sleep four and is entirely on the ground floor making it suitable for wheelchair users. 

All of the rooms have traditional decor, an en-suite bathroom, tea and coffee making facilities, and a mini fridge. The rooms have either sea or garden views. 

While Mary’s of Mulranny doesn’t serve breakfast, it’s just a short walk to several places to eat in the village. 


4. Mcloughlins Of Mulranny

Mcloughlins Of Mulranny

Photos via Mcloughlins on FB

Mcloughlins Of Mulranny on Main Street has stunning views over Clew Bay and is a stone’s thrown from the beach.

The property has double rooms available, two of which can have folding beds added on request (at an extra cost) for children or small adults. 

The rooms are beautifully decorated with hardwood furniture and antique decor, and they all have tea and coffee making facilities, a flat-screen TV, sea or mountain views, and a private bathroom. 

There are two on-site bars, one with an open fire and one with panoramic views, plus an open balcony with seating.


5. Nevins Newfield Inn

Nevins Newfield Inn

Photos via Nevins Newfield Inn on FB

OK, so Nevins Newfield Inn isn’t actually in Mulranny, but as it’s only an 8-minute spin away I said I’d pop it in at the end in case the Mulranny accommodation above is booked out!

This cosy bed and breakfast has traditional rooms with ensuite bathrooms, satellite TVs, and tea and coffee making facilities.

They also have one apartment available for rent which can sleep up to six people. The property has a bar and restaurant open every day for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

The varied menu has a mixture of Irish dishes such as Clare Island Oven Baked Salmon and international dishes like Oriental Noodles. 

For breakfast, they serve classics such as a full Irish, continental breakfast, vegetarian breakfast, and more. 


Staying in Mulranny? Don’t miss the Atlantic Drive

atlantic drive achill

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Now that you have you Mulranny accommodation sorted, it’s time for a road trip!

Although there are plenty of things to do in Mulranny, like the brilliant Mulranny Beach, the Causeway, the Great Western Greenway and the lookout loop, there are endless things to do nearby.

One of the best way to explore from Mulranny is to follow the Atlantic Drive right from the town.

You’ll get a brief overview of it above and you’ll find a map and guide here.


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