Foxford, County Mayo
Foxford town, situated on the River Moy, is located between the Ox and Nephin mountains, Loughs Conn and Cullin and near Ireland West Airport Knock. Visitors to Foxford have always been impressed by the scenic beauty of this part of the west of Ireland.
Foxford has a great tradition in the hotels hospitality industry, catering for all visitors coming to stay in Foxford.
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Attractions such as fishing wild salmon in the River Moy and walking (all or part of) the 86km Foxford Way, which circles the town, can be enjoyed while staying in a Foxford hotel. There are also some good fishing lakes within easy reach of Foxford for the angler staying in a hotel in Foxford.
Visitors to Foxford can tour the Foxford Woollen Mills Visitor Centre and experience the audio-visual presentation incorporating animated life-size models (including 'talking people') telling the history of the Mills since its foundation in 1892. Other facilities there include a shop, restaurant, exhibition centre and car parking facilities.
The Admiral Brown Centre is a recently opened museum in the town, commemorating Admiral William Brown (1777-1857), founder of the Argentine navy, who was born in Foxford.
Foxford hotel accommodation is family friendly to suit all the family's needs. You can book hotel accommodation in Foxford with a secure online booking facility on 'Mayo Hotels'. Use the booking box provided to book a hotel in Foxford.