Belleek Castle Belleek, Ballina, Co. Mayo Mayo Castles/Gardens
 

Belleek Castle

One of the most unique attractions in Co. Mayo, Belleek Castle is a boutique hotel, award winning restaurant, superb wedding venue and of course premier tourist attraction.

Visitors are treated to a wonderful tour of the 19th C Neo-Gothic Castle, taking in the history of the castle and the story of the great collector Marshall Doran who renovated the Castle in 1961…adding many unique themes to the building.

Rooms such as the “Armada Bar” are explained in detail about the construction but also the reasons behind its theme, which alone is a fascinating story.


The Tour

The tour will take guests through the private dinning areas and onward to the “Marsahll Doran Collection” where one will be amazed  at the artifacts on display with over 200 objects in the “Fossil Room” and more than 250 pieces in the fantastic Armory, if that was not enough we also have a fascinating room called “Grace O’Malley’s Bedroom”.

This is one of the most interesting tours in the West of Ireland.

It is advised to book the tour in advance, as at busy times of the year we can be fully booked. Large groups must book in advance. Venue can be booked for private events. Tours and dinning can be combined with tea/coffee & scones or dinner in our restaurant. The Castle is a running hotel so overnight stays are also an option.


Award winning Restaurant 

  • 2 AA rosettes from 2012-present
  • Winner of the Best Hotel restaurant in Mayo 2014,15.16
  • Best Hotel Restaurant in Connacht 2014 & 2016 from Irish Restaurant Association


One Fab Day Best 100 wedding venues 2015 & 2016.

Number one tourist attraction in Ballina on Trip Advisor, and many other recommendations and rewards. 


Tour times

  • 11am, 2pm & 4pm


Belleek Castle Admission Prices

  • Residents €8 for adults, €5 for children
  • Visitors €10 for adults, €7.50 for children, €30 families
  • Group rates also avaialble (over 6 people)

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