Magnificent Country House Hotel and Luxurious Lodges in County Mayo - not only for golf, but for country pursuits - salmon fishing on the River Moy, Clay Pigeon shooting and Archery are all on site.
OverviewMount Falcon is the quintessential Country House Hotel, completely renovated and extended recently to a very high standard. You can choose either hotel accommodation or a choice of superb lodges a very short walk from the hotel on the 100 acre estate. Three superb links courses are within fifty minutes drive - Enniscrone, County Sligo and Carne/Belmullet.
Not just golf!Mount Falcon is not just a base for golf. With two miles of the River Moy, probably the best salmon river in Europe, an excellent clay pigeon shooting ground and archery on site, together with the spa facilities at the Hotel, you can have a fantastic holiday. The fishing is so good that Tiger Woods, Mark O'Meara and Sir Nick Faldo regularly visit the hotel, so you never know who you might meet! With one hundred acres to explore on foot or by mountain bike (available on site) you can have a golf holiday with a difference. Any program is flexible so if it's raining it is ideal to fish and if sunny play golf! And then there is the relaxing bar and one of the best hotel restaurants in Ireland.........
LocationMount Falcon is just 25 minutes from Knock airport, accessible from most regional airports in UK and just south of Ballina in County Mayo. Carne/Belmullet golf course is about 50 minutes drive away through some glorious scenery and overlooks the Atlantic Ocean, next stop west is New York! Enniscrone is around 15 minutes away and County Sligo (Roses Point) 30-40 minutes. These are all genuine links courses and good tests of golf. There are several good parkland courses nearby as well. If driving, Mount Falcon is about 3 hours from Dublin or 3.5 hours from Dun Laoghaire (cross from Holyhead). We can arrange car hire or transfers from Knock airport. There are also many local attractions nearby from shopping at the famous Foxford Mill or historical sites such as the Ceide Fields - the oldest known stone-walled fields in the world - dating back nearly 6000 years.