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 New Lodge, Bed & Breakfast Ballina County Mayo
 

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New Lodge B&B
Station Rd.,
Ballina,
Co. Mayo.
 

Tel : +353 (0)96 72693

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newlodgehenry@eircom.net

 

 

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Ballina is Mayo’s largest town with a population of approximately 8,500 which acts as a gateway to North Mayo and West Sligo. The town is built along the River Moy, one of the best salmon fishing rivers in Europe.

Ballina has many wonderful attractions such as the ruins of the Moyne Abbey, the Rossery Friary and St. Murdeach’s Cathedral which stands on the banks of the River Moy.
 

St. Muredach's Cathedral

St. Muredach's Cathedral
is the Cathedral Church of the Diocese of Killala. Work on the Cathedral began in 1827. The stone was quarried locally and the roof and ceiling were completed before the Great Famine of 1845. The spire was completed in 1855 and by 1875 the organ had been installed.

 
Ballina was founded in 1723 by Lord Tyrawley but there is no doubt that the settlement on the banks of the Moy existed long before the early 18th century.

The original name of the town was Belleek or in Irish, Beal Athà an Fheàda, and today there is still a part of Ballina called Belleek along with Belleek woods.

Historically, Ballina developed as a Market Town, serving the relatively populous and industrious farming hinterland of North Mayo/ West Sligo. It is the traditional trading centre for a region extending from Blacksod in the West, Eastwards to Swinford and North to Dromore West/ Skreen.
 

 

Images of Mayo
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Images of County Mayo - Croagh Patrick Images of County Mayo - Knock Shrine Images of County Mayo - Golf at Carne Belmullet Images of County Mayo - Ceide Fields

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