Nestled on the water’s edge. midway between the picturesque towns of Westport and Newport, our bright spacious home is renowned for its stunning location and the best of Irish hospitality.
The property’s proximity to the water offers the opportunity for lots of aqua-based activities such as sailing, kayaking, windsurfing and paddleboarding and with a pier, right on your doorstep, you can take a refreshing dip at high tide.
If the walls had ears …..they would tell the story of generations, of family, of friends, of gatherings, of laughter and the making of new memories.
History of the house
Seapoint House has been home to four generations of the O’ Malley. The house first open its doors to visitors in the early 1970s when Mary O Malley noticed weary tourists finding their way to this remote scenic spot.
Noted in travel magazines & guides as a must-see location, a hidden treasure.
As a founding member of the Farmhouse Association, Mary ran a successful business for 30 years handing the reins over to Carol & Conor in 2000. The house has been a constant work of love while maintaining the core principle of offering authentic quality Irish produce and service that we can be proud of globally
Tastefully decorated light-filled and spacious the house stands on mature gardens in constant pearl of the wild Atlantic winds. Ample parking and storage for bikes and kayaks and whatever else you choose to bring along.
We even hang your wet suits and supply beach towels on request
Patios and outdoor seating perfect on a calm evening with lots of books and board games in the lounge for the all too often wet one.
Our dining room comes equipped with tea coffee facilities, a guest fridge and microwave for your convenience.
A picnic basket can be booked for a day excursion.
Everything you need to make Seapoint your home from home…
Live like a local
Discovering the best-hidden attractions walks and restaurants during
your holiday in Westport
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In the evening take a stroll into the Island, inhale the fresh sea air and experience a spectacular panoramic view of the bay …. it’s particularly stunning at sunset.
Westport has so many wonderful restaurants and cafes but my favourite is the seafood special in Giovanna’s followed by delicious homemade Ice cream from Krem on bridge street.
If you are lucky enough to be around on a Thursday morning, check out the country market stock up on artisan delights followed by a delicious locally roasted coffee from Bean West.
Make your way out to the harbour from Westport town centre through the grounds of Westport House, you won’t be disappointed!