Mayo

The name originate’s from the Irish “Mhaigh Eo” The Irish “Mhaigh Eo” translates to “Plain of the Yew Trees” originality from the village of Mayo, known today as Mayo Abbey. The Yew tree is one of the few… Read More

Mayo

A short visit to Westport lead us to some great food and a fun family afternoon. Some light shopping in Carraig Donn followed by a few pints in Porter House and an amazing dinner in An Port Mor…. Read More

There’s no place like home

There’s no place like home. I love when I plan a trip to Mayo. Apart from seeing my beautiful family, I really enjoy the scenery, the beaches, the peace and quite and the wildness of the Wild Atlantic…. Read More

Cafe Rua 

A short trip home to Mayo last week and on our way back to Navan  we stopped off at Cafe Rua for lunch. I have read so many great things about this place and I was really looking… Read More