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Healys Restaurant & Fishing Lodge, Foxford, Co. Mayo


Pontoon
Foxford
Co. Mayo

Web: www.healyspontoon.com
Email: info@healyspontoon.com
Tel: +353 (0) 94 925 6443
Fax: +353 (0) 94 925 6572
Proprietor: John Dever

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About Us

Healy's is well preserved, in a wonderful setting, overlooking Lough Cullen, a pre 1840 Country House, 14 Rooms all ensuite, direct dial telephone, television, tea/coffee making facilities in every room, 11 with lake view.

We offer Free Parking with CCTV & Free Wireless Broadband access. No Services Charges. Rooms no breakfast available if required.

Everything has changed but nothing has changed, still Old World. The House has been home to great anglers for the past 160 years.

Our Coachman's Restaurant serves food all day from breakfast at 8:00am to last orders for dinner at 8:30pm approximately.  Breakfast is available to non-residents also.


Our Lough Cullen Dining Room has a super lake view, top class chefs and boasts "probably the best food in the West" served daily from 6:00pm to last orders at 8:30pm approximately.

Our wine list has over 80 wines to choose from.  We have a half and quarter bottle wine list and serve wine by the glass.

Local Attractions

Enniscrone Golf Links - just 30 mins drive

Carne Golf Links - 1 hr, 15 mins drive

Healys is situated on the shores of Lough Cullen and Lough Conn and very near the world renowned River Moy, celebrated as the Best Salmon River in Europe with over 7,500 salmon reported caught last year.

 

Visit website: www.healyspontoon.com

Whats on Offer:

  • Food
  • Parties Catered For
  • Restaurant
  • Sport

Facilities:

  • Accommodation
  • Baby-changing Facilities
  • Beer Garden
  • Car Parking
  • Coach Tours
  • Family Friendly
  • Function Room
  • High Chairs
  • Off Licence
  • Smoking Area
  • WiFi

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