We had such a wonderful time at Mount Falcon during our 4 days. It is by far the most welcoming and... See full review
May 11, 2015
Perfect countryside escape
On a whim I decided to veer from my typical B&B choices to something a little different. I was not... See full review
May 8, 2012
Located on the banks of the River Moy, Mount Falcon Estate is a stunning Baronial structure, designed and completed in 1876 by James Franklin Fuller, all created from the love of one young man, Ultred Knox, for his young bride. A warm welcome awaits visitors to Mount Falcon Country House Hotel, resting on 100 acres of landscaped gardens and woodlands. The hotel hosts 2 suites and 4 deluxe rooms in the original house full of original features. The remaining superior rooms come with king size beds and custom designed furniture. All have generous en-suites and tranquil colour schemes. The "Boathole Bar", original wine cellar and the first class "Kitchen" Restaurant specialise in the finest quality Irish produce. The spa and leisure centre, gym, steam room, sauna, loungers and treatment rooms are available for enjoyment. Mount Falcon Fisheries offers 2 miles of private salmon fishing on the river Moy and a 3-acre rainbow trout lake that provides fishing all year. Fly fishing instruction available on request. Brown trout fishing and sea trout fishing can also be arranged. There are 12 golf courses within a 30 miles radius of Mount Falcon. Guests on business can avail the on-site conference facilities that can accommodate up to 120 guests. For relaxation, one can visit the steam room, sauna, jacuzzi and large gym, with the very latest equipment or take a dip in the heated pool.The amenities offer by the hotel are Baby sitting service, conference facilities, disabled facilities, gym/fitness facilities, laundry service, lobby, room service, spa services (massage, facial, steam room, etc.), indoor swimming pool and jaccuzi.
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Room offers a double bed or a twin bed with air conditioning, cable/satellite TV, ensuite/private bathroom, hairdryer, mini bar and telephone.
Room offers a double bed located in the original house of Mount Falcon in Mayo, all of which have fifteen foot high ceilings with marble fireplaces, cornices, antique furniture and pitch pine shuttering and floors, air conditioning, cable/satellite TV, ensuite/private bathroom, hairdryer, mini bar and telephone.
The Kitchen Restaurant offers a menu featuring the very best in quality, fresh, local organic produce.
Terms and conditions
Rates quoted in currencies other than the hotel's base currency are subject to the rate of the international exchange. Rate may change throughout stay. Rate may reflect average nightly rate. Extra charges may apply. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use. All information has been provided by this hotel and not by Orbitz
We had such a wonderful time at Mount Falcon during our 4 days. It is by far the most welcoming and comfortable places we've visited on our journey throughout western Ireland. From the Giants Causeway to the ring of Kelly we've stayed in a few
places along the way and Mount Falcon has been our favorite. Their service and hospitality is second to no one and we will be returning on our next adventure through Ireland!
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Review of Mount Falcon Estate
May 8, 2012
Perfect countryside escape
On a whim I decided to veer from my typical B&B choices to something a little different. I was not disappointed. After almost nonstop touring of the country for a week, my stay at Mount Falcon proved a relaxing break. The atmosphere is tranquil
and the grounds beautiful. The staff was ever attentive to my every need, even taking my rental car in to an auto shop to check and see if there was a leak in my tire! I would definitely return, and bring the rest of my family and perhaps stay in one of the self-catering cottages. Alas, the only complaint I had was the lack of cold water in my room (all of the faucets ran nothing but hot!?) I'm thinking this must have been an isolated incident though.