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Drom Caoin

Belmullet, Mayo, F24F260

1km from Belmullet, Béal an Mhuirthead

Meet your host…

Ms Máirín Maguire-Murphy

One hundred thousand welcomes from Máirín and Gerry Murphy to our Bed and Breakfast home in Belmullet. Stay with us in 'Drom Caoin' and we will ensure that you will experience true Irish hospitality.

Sráid na hEaglaise
Béal an Mhuirthead

Boasting breathtaking panoramas of Blacksod Bay and Achill Island, guests can unwind in genuine Irish hospitality at Drom Caoin bed and breakfast, County Mayo. With award-winning food and king-size beds, guests are a convenient five-minute walk from Belmullet town centre. A coastal Gaeltacht (Irish-speaking) town, Belmullet holds an annual International Arts Festival - Féile Iorras, and is also the last stop along Tír Sáile - the North Mayo Sculpture Trail, Ireland’s largest ever public arts project. Visitors can enjoy golf, hill, beach and cliff walks, as well as diving, surfing and Blue Flag beaches.

How to get here

Take N59 to Bangor Erris, continue on the R313 to Belmullet or from Ballycastle take the R314 into Belmullet. Take the first exit (L5285) off the roundabout between Cois Cuan and Londis convenience store. Drive on Sráid Na h-Eaglaise for 0.5km. Drom Caoin is on the left.

Sat Nav: Lat (54.218150) - Long (-9.982383)


  • Baby Sitting
  • Cot Available
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Cycling
  • Fishing within 5kms
  • Golfing within 5kms
  • Hair Dryer
  • Horse Riding
  • Internet Access
  • Irish Spoken
  • Ironing
  • Light Meals Available
  • No Smoking House
  • Private Car Park
  • Satellite
  • Walking
  • Wi-Fi

Customer Reviews


Penny Lancaster

28 May 2015 

Located only 1.5 hrs from Knock West airport, Belmullet sits at the gateway to all that north Mayo has to offer, especially for the outdoorsy traveller. Drom Caoin is just outside the town centre, with stunning views over the nearby hills, the bay and the Belmullet peninsula (a geologist's heaven). From the start you get the warmest of welcomes from the Murphys, including tea and cake, as well as recommendations on places to eat, things to see and how to pronounce the trickier place names - particularly helpful when force 8 gales made field work too dangerous. The bed was comfy, the room pleasantly warm, the internet speedy (especially for the west coast) and the morning breakfast will easily sustain you until lunch (or beyond). A particular plus to me was the ability to leave the car and walk into town for dinner, stroll along the sea front or visit the local shops (including a convenience store, an ATM and a post office; petrol/diesel are available either side of town). Once back, comfortable couches, television and books await in the sitting room with large picture windows and a warming fire. I will certainly be staying again if I'm back in the area.


15 Oct 2014 

Rooms were comfortable and clean. Breakfast was grand

Sabine Mayenfels

12 Oct 2014 

Very lovely B&B with nice rooms, good breakfast and a wonderfull host!!!! It was such a warm welcome from Máirín to fell like home!Thank you so much!!! I only stay for one night, the next time I hope I can stay longer!!!!

Niamh Riordan

10 Aug 2014 

Lovely B&B. We had a very nice room and lovely breakfasts both mornings. (Gerry manages just as well as Mairin when he has to!) Owners are very friendly and helpful.

Elsa and Drew Leslie

04 Jun 2013 

The accommodations here were absolutely amazing. We had a suite with a kitchen and and a nice view. Gerard fixed us a wonderful breakfast and even gave us some lessons in Gaelic This was actually the first BB where we got eggs over easy the way were used to fixing at home. Had a wonderful time here.


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