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Charlestown

Just 5km from Knock International Airport is Charlestown, one of Mayo's most accessible towns, with direct flights from Dublin Glasgow, London, Manchester, Jersey and Zurich. In and around Charlestown visitors can golf, fish, walk, cycle and take part in cultural activities. The story of Charlestown and its subsequent fortunes is told by famous Mayo journalist, John Healy, in his book, 'Death of An Irish Town'. Charlestown was built in the middle of the last century, on the initiative of Lord Dillon's agent, Charles Strickland adjoining Bellaghy in County Sligo.

The town is well planned with wide open streets and parking facilities. Located on the intersection of two National Primary routes, the N17 and the N5, Charlestown is an ideal stopover or centre to stay and visit other locations.

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http://www.riversiderest.com/
The accommodation contains an award-winning restaurant, which is fully licensed. The chef creates some of the most mouth-watering cuisine that could satisfy the fussiest critic. The non-smoking bedrooms are equipped with en-suite facilities as well as a colour TV. Private parking for residents is also available. Riverside Restaurant and Guesthouse is ideally located to make the most of you time in the West of Ireland. Attractions within easy access include the Holy Shrine at Knock, Ceide Fields and Ballintubber Abbey. For more energetic activities then why not enjoy a half-day climb to Croagh Patrick? Golf and fishing are very popular sports so you’ll have no trouble trying to find a great golf course or fishing spot. It’s the ideal place for couples and families looking for a relaxing break in serene surroundings.
http://www.riversiderest.com/
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