Anchill Island, County Mayo

Cill Aodain Court Hotel

The Cill Aodain Court Hotel Bistro is renowned in the west for its good food!

The 3-Star Cill Aodain Court has been recently refurbished and now boasts a number of excellent facilities and specialises in continental and country cuisine with the best of local produce served with flair and imagination.

Afternoon Delights Served Daily

Carvery Lunch Served:
Monday - Saturday 12.30pm - 3.30pm
Sunday 12.30pm - 5.00pm

Early Bird Menu
4 course Menu Served: Monday - Thursday, 6.00pm to 7.30pm

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Evening Bistro
Served Daily from 6.00pm - 9.30pm

Now Taking bookings for evening Bistro.

With discrete and professional service and superb quality cuisine, your visit to the Cill Aodain Hotel will not be complete without a visit to our Bar and Bistro.

The stylishly presented dishes are best described as contemporary Irish cuisine with a wide array of international influences. Our chefs use only fresh local produce as they go about creating an outstanding culinary experience for our guests.

Tel: +353 94 93 81761
Fax: +353 94 93 81838

Achill Cliff House, MayoAchill Cliff House
Anchill Island

This family-run hotel and restaurant is located in Keel, at the heart of Achill Island, Co, Mayo.

Slievemore Mountain dominates the skyline to the north, while the nearby shallow freshwater Keel Lake offers freshwater fishing, windsurfing and kayaking.

3km of golden beaches at Trawmore strand connects Keel village in the west to Dookinella in the east and is popular with surfers.

Achill Cliff House boasts large and spacious bedrooms with a full range of in-room facilities for guests, including large en-suite bathrooms in every bedroom with power shower and bath.

Bedroom facilities also include arm chairs and table, tea and coffee making facilities, direct dial telephones (with international access), trouser press, hairdryer and a large (21") TV.

The restaurant at Achill Cliff House is renowned for its fresh food, fine wines and excellent value for money. Achill lamb is a house speciality, while fresh local produce is used by the hotel's chef.

The restaurant currently holds a 'Highly Acclaimed' Dining Award from the RAC and is recommended in the Georgina Campbell Guide to Ireland.

Achill Island is the perfect location for a refreshing or relaxing break.

Activities on the doorstep at the Achill Cliff House Hotel include surfing the Atlantic breakers at Keel strand, windsurfing, scuba diving, horse-riding, golf, lake fishing, sea angling and hillwalking.

Achill also offers an inspirational retreat for painters, photographers and writers.