Ballina Manor Hotel
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Located along the Wild Atlantic Way, the 4 Star Ballina Manor Hotel is conveniently located in the heart of Ballina Town, situated on the stunning River Moy.
With guestrooms designed for your comfort and luxury where you can enjoy a peaceful night’s sleep. Enjoy spacious rooms with minimal themes, luxurious features and complimentary Wi-Fi and toiletries, tea and coffee making facilities, and room service. There is something for everyone to enjoy while staying in our hotel in Ballina Town. Offering great value breaks, excellent dining options and lots to see and do, we are the perfect location to explore The West and North Mayo.
- Check-in 3pm
- Check-out by 12noon
- Express Check-In/Check-Out
- 24-Hour Front Desk
Eat & Drink
- The Ridgepool Restaurant
- The Bentley Bar
- Special Dietary Meals (on request)
- Room Service
Work, Play, Relax
- Superfast Free Wi-Fi
- Cycling (Off Site)
- Walking & Hiking (Off Site)
- Golf Course (within 2 miles)
Everything You Need At A Glance
Throughout the Hotel
Arrival & Departure
Check In 3pm/ Check Out 12 Noon
Eat & Drink
Choice of Bar & Restaurant
Treat Yourself with our Afternoon Tea
Meeting Rooms for 2 – 300 people
Special Occasions & Events
Private Rooms Available for any Occasion
Mayo and the surrounding areas have many gems and treasures to explore during your stay with us at Ballina Manor Hotel. From wide-open spaces, miles of beaches and the many Wild Atlantic Way discovery points, you can enjoy hours of endless fun at attractions while making memories with friends and family.
Jackie Clarke Collection – 4 minute walk
Housed in a fine Victorian building and with a beautiful walled garden, over 400 years of Irish Historical Artefacts await you within this stunning private collection.
Belleek Woods – 6 minute drive
Enjoy a stroll within the magnificent and romantic beauty of Belleek Woods and discover the magic of fairies along The Fairy Trail.
Céide Fields – 35 minute drive
Visit the award-winning Ceide Fields Centre along the Wild Atlantic Way and discover the oldest known Neolithic site in the world.
Downpatrick Head – 35 minute drive
Visit the magnificent Downpatrick Head and embrace the stunning views of the incredible sea stack, sea cliffs and wild rugged Stags of Broadhaven.