County Mayo in the West of Ireland
Kiltimagh, a picturesque town in the heart of the county is centrally located for touring the West. Kiltimagh is much admired by visitors for its beautiful 19th century artisan village theme evident in the shop facades and the Market Square, as well as for the many wonderful attractions and amenities it offers to visitors.
Population from Census
- 1,096 (2006)
- 1,000 (2002)
- 917 (1996)
Kiltimagh, with its central location, excellent accommodation sector, wonderful attractions and amenities, provides an ideal base for touring the West. Just one hour from Sligo, Galway, Westport and Achill, 20 minutes from Ireland West Airport Knock and Foxford Woollen Mills and just 10 minutes from Knock Marian Shrine.
Kiltimagh is rich in history and was the birthplace of Raifteirí - the blind poet. There are many historical sites and places of interest to visit, traditional pubs, ceol agus craic, excellent food and accommodation in hotels, bed & breakfast and self catering.
There are many holiday activities on offer also, - country walks with maps supplied, that will satisfy everyone from the Sunday stroller to the experienced hiker, mountain biking, fishing, pitch & putt, a fully supervised childrens venture fun park, fishing, golf, walking, cycling, horse-riding/trekking.
You don't want an activity holiday? Avail of a relaxing break, enjoying the breathtaking landscapes and the rich cultural heritage.
So, what are you waiting for? Come to Kiltimagh and experience for yourself all that is wonderful about Irish tradition and culture.
Visitor attractions include, the Town Museum, Station Master's Exhibition Centre and Sculpture Park, all located in the tastefully restored area of the Old Railway Station.
The high quality and personal service in our excellent accommodation bases will assure you of Irish friendship and hospitality at their best. Kiltimagh with its central location boasts an excellent accommodation sector (B&Bs, hotel, self-catering and camper park) angling facilities, trekking tours, mapped walking routes museums, sculpture park, Venture Fun Park for children, cosy pubs, restaurants and much more.
The town hosts a major festival each year - St. Patrick's Day Pageant and Parade in Kiltimagh is a seven day celebration of Irish tradition and culture with visitors from home and abroad descending on the town for the festivities.
Visiting Kiltimagh? To book a Kiltimagh hotel online visit Mayo Hotels for a secure online booking facility.