Locality

Aside from its ruins, monuments, and gorgeous scenery, Murrisk has its fair share of facilities to keep tourists fed and rested while they saddle up for CPS.

The Tavern

The Tavern, Murrisk, Co Mayo, IRL. Photograph by David Ruffles

The multiple award-winning Tavern deserves a visit if you’re yearning to sample local Mayo cuisine. The Tavern boasts a variety of all-day, lunch, and evening specials, with a spacious and warm interior to comfort yourself after a long canter along Bertra Beach.

It’s a busy place, however, so make sure you book your table early!

Campbell’s Pub

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If you have an insatiable thirst after a pony camp at the Holy Mountain, you’ll be glad to know that Campbell’s Pub isn’t too far. Drink, live music, and fresh food – the hallmarks of a good night out!

It’s also a busy spot, so if you’re looking for a meal, best give them a call first!

Croagh Patrick Hostels and Cottages

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Even the most ardent riders need sleep. Fortunately, CPHC can give you what you’re looking for; be it a cheap yet comfy bed in their hostel facility, or a homely cottage filled with the usual facilities to suit your accommodatory needs!

Visit their site and book a bed. You’ll be needing it after a trek with us!