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Old Deanery Cottages Holiday Homes in Killala, Co Mayo , on the Wild Atlantic Way

Old Deanery Cottages, Killala, Co Mayo are on the Wild Atlantic Way in the beautiful county of Mayo


Here at the Old Deanery Cottages, we are delighted to offer you holiday homes with a real ‘home from home’ on your Wild Atlantic Way holiday. They are perfectly placed on the shores of Killala Bay, so you can enjoy glorious sunrises and magical moons in the wide open Mayo skies. Right beside Killala pier and on the edge of Killala town, they are within driving & walking distance of stunning scenery, amazing empty beaches, incredible history and folklore and to top it all off – wonderful welcoming people!

Interior and exterior view of the old deanery cottages, Killala, on the Wild Atlantic Way.



  • Stand in the shadow of Killala’s 12th century Round Tower
  • Are on the edge of beautiful wild Killala Bay & Bartra Island
  • Combine a traditional Irish holiday home experience with modern living
  • Originally run by Mrs Betty Keane, Betty’s daughter Liz & her partner Tony continue to offer a ‘home from home’ in one of the beautiful parts of Ireland
  • Are comfortable and modern, yet cosy and traditional
  • Lots of onsite facilities
  • Joe Keane Creative Centre offers yoga, drawing & painting, creative writing, digital photography and lots more
  • Are the perfect base for enjoying the best of north Mayo’s Wild Atlantic Way


  • Each 4-star self-catering cottage has its own view over Killala Bay
  • Fully furnished with modern facilities
  • Large comfy living/dining area for up to 8
  • Open turf fire awaits you
  • 1 double & 1 twin room downstairs share bathroom/wc
  • Dormer twin/triple room with en-suite

The Old Deanery Holiday Homes are in the most beautiful, secret places in Ireland – just check out what’s down the road from us – if you want to experience the true majesty of wild Irish land and seascape, then check this out!

Dun Briste at Downpatrick Head on the Wild Atlantic Way.