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Village Inn, Killala, Co. Mayo

Church Street
Co. Mayo

Tel: +353 (0) 96 32613
Proprietor: Aidan Sweeney

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About Us

A Trip to Killala would not be complete without a visit to the Village Inn. Located in the centre of the village, it is a popular destination for the locals and visitors alike.

A family run bar, trading since 1994. The picturesque village has seen many characters over the years. The village is a must place for all sporting events, Sky Sports, Setanta Sports, at the races amd much more are available on three tv screens.

"The Village" caters for parties and family functions with a private dining room available. Bar food is served daily at a very reasonable price.

A heated smoking area is also located just outside. There are also traditional music sesions every Friday night during July and August.

During the Winter time, an open fire helps keep all the locals and visitors very much at home. So come along and experience this for yourself!!

Local Attractions

Killala is graced with an impressing and perfectly preserved Round Tower. A stricking cathedral and quaint winding streets.

The town is also blessed by the adjacent amazing unspoiled beaches such as Ross and Lacken strand.

Moyne Abbey, Rosserk Abbey and Rathfran Abbey are also close by. Ceide fields and Downpatrick Head are also a part of the breathtaking North Mayo coast.

Close by also are three golf courses, Ballina, Enniscrone and Belullet. Boat fishing trips can be hired for angling and sight seeing.

Whats on Offer:

  • Food
  • Parties Catered For
  • Restaurant
  • Sport


  • Family Friendly
  • Family Run
  • Function Room
  • High Chairs
  • Off Licence
  • Open Fire
  • Smoking Area
  • Wheelchair Access
  • WiFi


Pub Reviews

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2 reviews

"Tip top grub"

I had the pleasure of coming across this quaint Irish pub while on a stay in Killala. I ate here all 3 nights I stayed. The first evening I had the fish and chips,they were by far the best I've ever had. Fantastic fresh cod and fresh homemade chips. Also had the homemade burger,cooked to perfection,third night I had to have the fish again. The staff were very friendly and helpful. I highly recommend this bar to anyone thinking of visiting the area.

Review published 21 July 2012
Posted by: mary22

"Friendly, Welcoming pub!!"

Amazing Food, Warm Atmosphere, The Village Inn is a pub I will definitely return to!

Review published 29 July 2009
Posted by: Tom

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