Twin Trees Hotel
Covid-19 Updates October 2020
It is with great disappointment that due to the recent government Level 3 restrictions in Ireland we are temporary announcing the our closure on Sunday 18th October 2020.
We are supportive of all the measures that are being put in place by the Irish Government and Authorities in order to minimise the spread of Covid-19.
We are most supportive of suppliers, members of the local community and all our staff during this time.
In these challenging times the Twin Trees Management have a duty of care to our team, our loyal customers, the their families and to the wider community to do the right thing and we believe the right thing to do is close our doors temporarily.
We look forward to welcoming new and returning guests in happier and healthier times. Our sincere apologies to anyone who may be affected by this closure and we will be delighted to welcome you all back very soon !
Even though our doors are closed our phone lines and emails are open for any queries you may have between 9am-6pm, you can call 096 21033 or email us on email@example.com
“WE HAVE THE SPACE TO KEEP YOU SAFE”
The Twin Trees Hotel Team
The Twin Trees Hotel & Leisure Club is not only one of the friendliest hotels in Ireland but possibly one of the best value hotels Mayo has to offer and a member of the Select Hotels Group. Positioned between the Rivers Brosna and Moy with Ballina Town centre shops and leisure activities just a short 10 minute walk. See our ‘Explore’ section with activities and things to do in Ballina and the surrounding area or you can just relax and unwind in our Leisure Club with a 16m swimming pool, kid’s pool, Jacuzzi, steam room, sauna and gymnasium.
We are an ideal base to explore the wonders that County Mayo has to offer, including Keem Bay on Achill Island & Downpatrick Head, 2 of the main signature points along the Wild Atlantic Way. Visit us for a relaxing hotel break and experience the wild raw beauty of the World’s longest coastal route the Wild Atlantic Way. Come and explore the lakes and rivers that make Mayo famous for fishing. We look forward to seeing you.