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Mount Falcon Hotel and Lodges Ireland - North West Coast - Mayo & Sligo - Ballina (Co Mayo) Multi award winning, 4 star luxury set amongst 100 acres of magical woodlands in a glorious estate. Nearest golf course: 0 m Beach: 10 km Swimming pool: yes Mount Falcon Hotel and Lodges 7 nights +
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Mount Falcon Hotel and Lodges

The Luxury 4 star Mount Falcon Hotel and Lodges is located on the west bank of the River Moy, 100 acres of magical woodlands, between Foxford and Ballina, in County Mayo. The hotel has been awarded the AA Hotel of the Year 2009/ 2010 and IGTOA Boutique Hotel of the Year 2011.

The 'Kitchen Restaurant' at Mount Falcon was awarded a 2 AA Rosette in September 2010. This prestigious award is merited on the basis of food excellence alone - the proof of the pudding really is in the eating.

Your choice will be luxurious either way
Superior rooms at Mount Falcon Hotel exude quality. They are spacious with high ceilings, cornices, free standing furniture and are finished to the highest standard. Soft and tranquil colours, reflecting the beauty of the woodlands outside each window. The Woodlands lodges lie in a peaceful and secluded woodland setting. Consisting of 3 bedrooms, with large double beds in each bedroom; these open planned lodges are ideal for the little ones to run around. The lodges are located only 300m from the hotel and are accessed via a path through the forest.

Escape to Mount Falcon to unwind and relax
The Elemis Spa at Mount Falcon is the centrepiece for relaxation and rejuvenation. This unique spa experience, deals with both the physical requirements and healing the mind by creating a quiet, warm and relaxing environment. Perfect after a hard morning on the golf course.

Surrounded by excellence
The North West of Ireland is a must for discerning golfers: Tiger Woods, Mark O'Meara and Nick Faldo have been regular visitors to Mount Falcon over the last few years, using it as a base for fishing or to visit the 12 golf courses within a 30 mile radius, including the three championship links courses: Enniscrone, Belmullet and Rosses Point.

Top 3 reasons for choosing the Mount Falcon hotel and Lodges
1. Multiple award winning hotel and restaurant
2. Your choice of luxurious hotel rooms/suites or equally luxurious self catering lodges
3. Perfectly located for access to the best golf courses

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Features
Nearest golf course: 0 m
Internet: yes
Beach: 10 km
Shops/restaurants: 5 km
Swimming pool: yes
Airport: 50 km (Knock)
Airco: yes
Airport: 100 km (Galway)
Apartment
Comfortable bathroom with bath and/or shower
Airco
Balcony/terrace
Dryer
Hair drier
Internet access
WiFi internet access
Minibar
Safe
Satellite TV
Telephone
TV
Facilities
Bar
Elevator
Fitness/gym
Indoor swimming pool
Restaurant
Spa & wellness centre
North West Coast - Mayo & Sligo The North West of Ireland is a region of infinite variety, a paradise for hill-walkers, hikers and sporting enthusiasts. The area is largely devoid of cities and fashions a more idyllic existence in the towns and villages.

The North West coast as a holiday destination
Co. Mayo and Co. Sligo are an exciting blend of rugged mountain trails and beautiful beaches set in the North Western coastline. With a host of small villages dotted about the coastal area it is an area suited to people trying to indulge themselves away from civilisation. But with large towns like Ballina and Westport it's modern and vibrant enough to boast a great nightlife.

The North West climate
Ireland's climate is temperate, though significantly warmer than almost all other locations at similar latitude, due to the warming influence of the North Atlantic drift. The prevailing wind blows from the southwest, breaking on the high mountains of the west coast.

The North West coastline
The North West of Ireland is an enchanting place filled with wonderfully atmospheric towns and villages, long stretches of stunning coastline, soaring sea cliffs, and craggy countryside that boasts a uniquely desolate beauty and a vibrant cultural heritage rich in tradition.

North Western culture
The North West is stacked with rich cultural attractions from fun-filled oyster festivals (an annual celebration of great food, accompanied by great fun, now in its 51st year and still going strong) to traditional Irish music.

North Western coast gastronomy
The region boasts some of the finest seafood restaurants in the country and the sight of the fishing fleet coming in at Killybegs is a wonder to behold. Specialist shops, deli’s and farmers’ markets will surprise too with delicacies and unusual Irish treats such as air-dried hill lamb, smoked eel, boxty; a popular potato pancake, seaweed-flavoured sausages or drisheen, a kind of black pudding. All of it grown, prepared and served with passion passed down through generations.

Golf in the North West coast
The North West regions offer pure links golf. From Galway all the way to Ballyliffen, it lies along the Atlantic shoreline. Some parkland courses complete the mix. The North West of Ireland has been described by Tourism Ireland as 'warm, wild and wonderful'. This part of Ireland has a rich and varied heritage and beautiful scenery.
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Features
 
Enniscrone Golf Club - The Dunes

From wind, to rain, to tall thick grass and glorious sunshine. Play it and it will change your golf.

Enniscrone Golf Club is located on the scenic West Coast of Ireland in County Sligo. Known for having some of the largest dunes in Ireland, the club is situated on a promontory that juts into Killala Bay at the mouth of the River Moy Estuary.

This provides Enniscrone with one of the most beautiful settings for the uncompromised playing characteristics of Irish links golf.

In true links fashion, the course layout is nine out and nine back to the clubhouse. Each hole follows the natural contours of the land. It challenges all your abilities and your imagination, demanding the use of every club in your bag.

The scenery here is second to none. Twelve of the Dunes 18 holes wind through the tallest, shaggy dunes on the coast.

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Address details

Inishcrone, Co. Sligo, Ireland
Features
Holes: 18
Type: Links course
Par: 73
Suitable for novice players: no
Length: 7033 yards
Handicap m/f: 28/36
Design: Eddie Hackett & Donald Steel - 1974
 
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Facilities
Bar and snacks
Buggy hire
Snack bar
Changing rooms
Club hire
Club repair service
Clubhouse
Driving range
Fitness centre
Trolley hire (manual and automatic)
Trolley hire (manual)
Lockers
Pitching and putting greens
Practice bunker
Pro shop
Putting green
Restaurant
Showers
Holes 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Total
Blue 373 556 208 523 450 424 534 170 449 359 170 345 350 542 421 545 149 465 7033
White 373 526 165 523 450 424 524 170 382 359 170 345 338 542 421 514 514 140 6880
Green 368 495 150 499 379 380 504 160 382 354 155 335 314 487 373 469 139 429 6372
Yellow 368 495 165 499 379 410 524 170 382 359 161 345 338 487 373 497 149 429 6530
Red 307 429 120 450 329 356 474 105 331 321 150 253 258 442 338 447 139 383 5632
Par 4 5 3 5 4 4 5 3 4 4 3 4 4 5 4 5 3 4 73
Hcp 8 10 16 12 2 4 14 18 6 5 15 3 13 7 1 11 17 9
Including
7 nights in 2-person room
Based on bed and breakfast
3 rounds of golf p.p. (18 holes):
- Enniscrone Golf Club - The Dunes (1x)
- Carne Golf Links (1x)
- County Sligo Golf Club Rosses Point (1x)
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