The first morning we went to Servd
in the town centre for breakfast. The menu was amazing and the food was absolutely delicious. We got lovely ice coffees and enjoyed a kinder “cront” after our mains which was fab! There is limited dog-friendly outdoor seating (just about three tables on the street) and is a very popular spot so you may have to queue but it is well worth it!
After breakfast, we headed to Westport House which had great walks around a lake/river. It also has a huge outdoor restaurant and coffee vans.
Paws Friendly Note: Westport House is a heritage attraction, with almost 300 years of Irish heritage in the manor home and 400 acres of grounds to explore. In partnership with Leave No Trace Ireland, an educational charity dedicated to promoting responsible use of the outdoors, Westport House asks that you always clean up after your pet. Dogs are not allowed within the house and on some parts of the estate (farming areas with wildlife), but these areas are all well marked on the trailheads. While exploring the estate, dogs must remain on the lead at all times.