Work and Play at Atlantic Lodge, Mayo

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Tired of receiving everyone else’s out-of-office email replies? Sick of working from home as the temperatures rise? BigStyle has got just the offer to freshen up your summer work plans with their ‘4 for 3’ midweek package at the beautiful Atlantic Lodge, overlooking Cross Beach in Co. Mayo.  

Work and Play at Atlantic Lodge, Mayo

Turn a short break into a work/play break at the stylish Atlantic Lodge, outside Killadoon, nine kms from Louisburgh in Co. Mayo. Guests will be welcomed to a truly unique location, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and islands.  

Here you can access communal workspaces, healthy snacks, meet great people and combine work with water sports, hiking or walking the beach. The cherry on top is the new addition – the Big Dipper, which must be one of Ireland’s most scenic spas.  

Wild Atlantic Views

The sauna and hot tub offer uninterrupted views over Cross Beach to the islands, the perfect place to enjoy a summer sunset and endless starry skies.    

Atlantic Lodge is the latest addition to the BigStyle offering, a brand well-known on the East Coast for its renowned Dún Laoghaire kitesurfing and SUP school. Led by Kris Goodbody and Ben McDonald, the pair followed the lure of the West Coast to Killadoon, Co Mayo. The Atlantic Lodge, is a stylish base from which guests can enjoy an impressive range of water sports as well as enjoy the craic and relaxed atmosphere.  

Romantic Views from the Hot Tub

The Lodge is centred around 14 bedrooms, all en-suite, which overlooks one of Ireland’s most spectacular views. All rooms are tastefully decorated in relaxing coastal tones. Many of the design features are hand-crafted by the pair, including a sheltered outdoor courtyard.  

The newest addition to the Lodge was hand-built over the past winter months. It gives guests one of the most relaxing and romantic experiences available on the Wild Atlantic Way. It is a sauna and outdoor hot tub with uninterrupted views of the Atlantic and the islands of Inishturk and Inishbofin. The Big Dipper is ‘the’ place to enjoy a summer sunset.  

Ireland’s Most Scenic Spa

“Our guests say that the Atlantic Lodge is a stylish but chilled place to enjoy water sports. That’s not easy to find in Ireland but it’s exactly what we were aiming for, so we’re delighted with those reviews,” says Goodbody. “Now with the Big Dipper, we can offer guests something unparalleled – we think this must be Ireland’s most scenic spa with sunsets over the islands and endless starry nights.”  

As airport chaos continues, BigStyle has launched its unbeatable ‘4 for 3’ midweek offer to bring some summer spirit to anyone continuing to work remotely this summer…and for those who want to kick back and chill in the glorious surrounds of Mayo.  

For only €360 per room, you can enjoy 4 nights B&B at the Lodge.  

The midweek package includes: 

–       4 nights accommodation 

–       Daily healthy breakfasts 

–       Tea & Cloudpicker coffee 

–       WiFi, Desks and charging points in every room 

–       Access to a communal office space  

–       Late check-out (3pm)  

One of the many perks of remote work is that you might be able to work your own hours. If that’s the case and you can swing some well-deserved down-time. Guests have priority status to book daily activities available at the Atlantic Lodge. These include: 

–       Morning yoga 

–       Surf lessons (private or group) 

–       Guided hiking 

–       Beach exploration 

–       Hot Tub & Sauna sessions at the Big Dipper 

–      ILeisurely pints and music in P. Dan’s pub on-site.

 Kids Camps for Families

For those who will have the family in tow, book now to join BigStyle’s 5-day immersive Kids Camps this August, priced at €150. Camp runs from 10.00-13.00 daily with coastal and water activities to suit all interests and weather conditions, including surfing, beach football, volleyball and even wing SUPing. The camp is suitable for kids and teens aged 8-16.  For bookings see here.

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Joan Scales
Joan Scales
Award-winning journalist, Joan has been writing about travel and tourism for many years principally for The Irish Times and lately for travel2ireland. Joan has appeared many times on television and radio talking about the business of travel and all its component strands. She is also a public speaker and has appeared at many international conventions and conferences.

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