Rosses Point, Sligo, Ireland Accommodations

Accommodations in Rosses Point

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The SpaceIt is a comfortable and relaxing house with great views. Nice beds, freshly ground delicious coffee and a continental breakfast. The perfect location for a relaxing break or a cycling / adventure holiday. There are plenty of surf schools. Mountain bike tours with North West Adventure Tours or tours with Sligo Kayak Tours are excellent and highly recommended. Visit the Go Strandhill website for more information on the area. Guest AccessYour room, downstairs of the house and the garden. There is a BBQ that you are welcome to use. You can make yourself at home and relax inside or out. Also full access to a friendly house-dog that doesn't beg, stays downstairs and off the furniture. Interaction with GuestsI'll be present during the stay, will interact when there, be as welcoming and helpful as possible.
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Excellent
4 reviews
2br Home/Apartment
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This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
Bedroom
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceIt is a comfortable and relaxing house with great views. Nice beds, freshly ground delicious coffee and a continental breakfast. The perfect location for a relaxing break or a cycling / adventure holiday. There are plenty of surf schools. Mountain bike tours with North West Adventure Tours or tours with Sligo Kayak Tours are excellent and highly recommended. Visit the Go Strandhill website for more information on the area. Guest AccessYour room, downstairs of the house and the garden. There is a BBQ that you are welcome to use. You can make yourself at home and relax inside or out. Also full access to a friendly house-dog that doesn't beg, stays downstairs and off the furniture. Interaction with GuestsI'll be present during the stay, will interact when there, be as welcoming and helpful as possible.
Hotel
6br Hotel
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Beach Bar & Aughris House has a unique location overlooking Aughris Beach and Aughris Cliff Head. This 17th-century bar is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the tranquil rural surroundings.
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The SpaceApartment has a balcony which is suitable for drying wetsuits etc Located on the top floor which has fantastic views of the whole area! Full apartment available which sleeps 4 on special request for €100 per night! Otherwise it is a private room within the apartment as listed! The NeighborhoodBus going to and from town every hour
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4br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceStunning views from the house of the Atlantic and surrounding mountains. A perfect location for a family, group or a single person. There is a lot to do in the local area including walking or cycling in the Ox mountains behind the house. Swimming or water sports at any of the local popular beaches Dunmoran, Strandhill, Ennischrone or Easkey. Sligo town is a 30 minute drive away. In Sligo you will find art galleries, traditional music, shopping and a great selection of restaurants(URL HIDDEN) As you can see from the pictures we have a handmade, wood burning pizza oven at the back of the house. We recommend guests who enjoy cooking to give it a try. Guest AccessGuests have sole use of the whole house. There is an open plan living space with a dinning table, kitchen and living space with comfy chairs. The living space is kept warm by a wood burning stove. The kitchen has an oven, hob, sink and fridge freezer and kettle. The bathroom has an electric shower. Interaction with GuestsIf guests desire it they can be met and given advice about the local area. Otherwise we are at the other end of the phone. The NeighborhoodThe cottage is located in a beautiful, secluded part of the West of Ireland but we are lucky to have some local amenities. The front garden runs down to a clean and safe beach suitable for swimming, water sports and walking. The Beach Bar is a 3 min walk from the house and you will find food, traditional music and a great atmosphere. There is also a tiny campsite beside the house that caters mostly to small groups and families. Very nearby are some great surfing spots, Easkey and Stranhill being the most famous. We are also close to the Ox Mountains, a stunning location for cycling and walking. Sligo town is about a 30 min drive from the house and guests will find a wide variety of activities and places to eat there. A little further in North Sligo guests can visit Yeats grave and see the stunning landscape that inspired much of Yeats' work. Getting AroundUnfortunately there is no public transport so guests would have to have/rent a car. Walkers or cyclist are also welcome. Other Things to NoteGuests should note some things - The road leading to the house is quite rough and requires careful driving if guests wish to drive right up to the house. Otherwise guests can park in the local pub and walk to the house (3 min walk) The water in the house is not suitable for drinking, but is perfectly safe to cook and wash with.
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceBeautiful Bright 2 Bedroom Apartment in Strandhill village. All mod cons, balcony with undisturbed views of the Atlantic Ocean. Strandhill is a great place to base yourself for surfing, hiking, biking. The list is endless. Great restaurants, pubs and music in the evenings. The Apartment is bright and newly painted and has wonderful views of the Atlantic. The apartment sleeps 4 adults or 2 adults and 3 kids or 4 adults and one kids. With a double bed in the master bedroom and a triple sleeper in the second bedroom (double bed with a single overhead bunk). All beds are brand new. The living area is bright and has a beachy feel, so you will not forget you're on holidays by the seaside An entrance will be shared with the downstairs apartment. The Apartment has a shed outside for surf boards or bicycle storage. I will meet you on arrival and departure. I can meet you again if requested. The Apartment is located in a small development of 10 apartments. It s a quiet, tranquil location. No 6 is unique in that it has a balcony facing the Sea. The Apartment is close to the Dunes Tavern and the Venue pub and Restaurant. A five minute walk will take you down to the Beach, Surf and the Strand Bar. Everything is in walking distance. Hourly bus into Sligo Town. Travel cot, high chair, stair gate available on request. Bed linen and towels provided. Guest AccessAn entrance will be shared with the downstairs apartment. Please be mindful of the young family in the downstairs apartment. The Apartment has a shed outside for surf boards or bicycle storage. Interaction with GuestsI will meet you on arrival and departure. I can meet you again if requested. The NeighborhoodThe Apartment is located in a small development of 10 apartments. It s a quiet, tranquil location. No 6 is unique in that it has a balcony facing the Sea. The Apartment is close to the Dunes Tavern and the Venue pub and Restaurant. A five minute walk will take you down to the Beach, Surf and the Strand Bar. Getting AroundEverything is in walking distance. Hourly bus into Sligo Town. Other Things to NoteTravel cot, high chair, stair gate available on request. Bed linen and towels provided.
apt. / condo
Excellent
12 reviews
1br apt. / condo
    The Apartment is 43.56 square meters in size, double glazed and oil central heated throughout and contains one bedroom with a kingsize bed and kingsize quilt and one sitting room with a bed settee. It sleeps ideally 2 adults. The kitchen is fully equipped with gas cooker, microwave oven, fridge, built in cupboard. It has a comfortable eating unit with a bench and two chairs. The bathroom has a large walk-in shower, toilet and sink. There is no washing machine belonging to the apartment but we will do your laundry on request. The apartment has a TV with BBC satellite. A sheltered patio belongs to the apartment. Included in the price are: electricity, gas, central heating, bed quilts, covers and sheets and a set of towels per person and final clean-up. The beds will be ready made on your arrival. The apartment is usually rented on a weekly basis, from Saturday to Saturday. Arrival time: from 3p.m. Departure time: 10 a.m. . Please enquire with us about short breaks. Minimum stay is 3 nights at a rate of â‚Ź50 per night. Short breaks during July and August only bookable on short notice, 2 weeks in advance of your planned holiday. Nearby are the local supermarket (4 km) and the famous traditional 'Ellen's Pub' (3.2 km). Every Friday night you can enjoy there a traeditional session with local musicians. The next good restaurant is about 10 km away. The local area offers many choices to the visitor like deep sea fishing and boat trips to Inishmurray Island, horse riding, golfing, pitch&putt;, walking, safe swimming, cycling, surfing and whale watching. In the winter months the largest flock of Barnacle Geese are staying in the area. Ballinfull is a paradise for birdwatchers. From the house you can take a walk of approx. 30 minutes around the peninsula past the picturesque Raghly harbour, where local fishermen have there boats. Along the walk you have beautiful panoramic views of Sligo Bay with Ben Bulben, Knocknarea and Ox Mountains.
    house
    4br house
    • Pets Allowed
    Luxury 4 star, 4 bedroomed house in beautiful Aughris, a quiet seaside location on the Wild Atlantic Way with great sandy beaches and wonderful views of the sea and mountains. This is an area of unspoilt natural beauty. The location is particularly suited to Walking, Golf or Surfing enthusiasts who want a central base to sample what Sligo has to offer. A major attraction nearby is the Beach Bar, an authentic old world pub/restaurant which really s only 5 minutes walk from the house. There is a completely separate 1bedroomed Annex to suit a couple. Often times large groups book both and the quite ones of the party get the annex!! Search for Beach House Aughris to see more details on our own website. The calendar above relates to the house, not the annex ( separate spacious 1 bed apartment ). For photos and availability of the annex ( and sterling rates ) please visit out website at www.beachhousetempleboy.com. For the main house extra charges for Oil and Electricity apply depending on usage. There are no extra charges for the annex. In July and August weeks run from Saturday to Saturday for main house , for the rest of the year and for the annex we are flexible around start and end days, with weekly rates applying for 7 days. An absolutely fabulous location on the Wild Atlantic Way in an area of outstanding natural beauty. With the added bonus of being 5 minutes walk to a lovely genuine old-world thatched pub/restaurant. On Coast road / Scenic drive between Dunmoran Strand and Aughris Head. Coming from Ballisodare towards Ballina on N59 follow signs for Scenic Route / Coast Road/ Aughris Head. House is sign-posted just before turn for Aughris Head / Beach Bar.
    cottage
    Excellent
    16 reviews
    2br cottage
      Escape away to Katie Ann's Cottage, a hidden gem nestled along the magnificent Sligo coast on the West of Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way. This 150 year old cottage, complete with large cosy open stone fire, 2 bedrooms, beautiful gardens and covered converted stone barn BBQ area, is the perfect base for a rejuvenating holiday. A 10 minute walk from the cottage, the rugged Atlantic Ocean smashes against a rocky shore, carving out cracks and crevices just waiting to be explored. Breathtaking coastal walkways extend for miles along cliff edges, past secret beaches and caves. There is simply no better place to experience firsthand the mighty power of the fierce Atlantic. Stroll across the rocky coastline and discover the beautiful, unspoilt long sandy Dunmoran Strand, just 1.5km from the cottage. Stop in the local famous 300 year old thatched pub, The Beach Bar at Aughris, for some freshly caught seafood, traditional Irish music and a pint of Guinness in front of the ocean. Try your hand at surfing here at Dunmoran (1.5km) or at the Beach Bar Surf School at Aughris (5 minute drive), which offers adult and children's classes and summer schools. Other world renowned surfing beaches at Easkey (19km) and Strandhill (27km) are both under half an hour by car. The coast offers an abundance of other activities like boat trips to Inishmurray, kayaking at Ballisodare Bay or Aughris and deep sea fishing at Enniscrone (30km). If its golf you're after, the cottage is ideally located between three famous links courses; Enniscrone (30km), Strandhill (27km) and Rosses Point (30km). Highlights of the stunning Sligo mountain walks include the majestic Ben Bulben and the mystical Knocknarea, where legend has it that Queen Maebh, the ancient Queen of Connaught, is buried. On the South face of Knocknarea is a 60ft cascading glen. Hidden from the world, this narrow chasm is rich with flora and provides an unmissable 1km long walk in paradise. The megalithic passage tombs at Carrowmore, Co. Sligo are some of the oldest and most significant in Ireland, dating back to 3700BC. Other activies for the kids, like horse riding, indoor Karting, swimming, a brand new Zero Gravity Skate Park (the largest of its kind in the North West), mountain bike trails, Gillighan's World (enchanted Faerie Gardens and miniature village) and even an Eagle sanctuary (the largest in Ireland) are all available around county Sligo. For some free fun for the very little ones, there's a first class playground and running track a very short drive away. A half hour away by car, Sligo town is easily accessible, with cobbled streets, shops and restaurants along the Garavogue river and old style pubs offering a flavour of Sligo's own renowned style of traditional Irish music. Or, if you want full immersion into the country side, there's a great local shop less than 5 minutes walk away. It's easy to get lost in the muddle of a fast moving world. At Katie Ann's Cottage, time will stay still. Escape away to Katie Ann's Cottage, a hidden gem nestled along the magnificent Sligo coast on the West of Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way. It's easy to get lost in the muddle of a fast moving world. At Katie Ann's Cottage, time will stay still.
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      2br Home/Apartment
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      Guest AccessThe apartment has its own front door and is on the ground floor Secure private parking on site Interaction with GuestsI can be there to meet and greet you and will be available during your stay should you need any additional information The NeighborhoodStrandhill is the ideal location for all activites eg. surfing, kayaking, supping, horse riding, hiking, trekking, mountain climbing. With its 5 bars with live music and 4 restaurants and a bustling indoor Sunday market there is something for everyone. Getting AroundHourly buses into Sligo town and train station (5k) Everything is in walking distance in the village
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      Guest AccessGuest are welcome to spend time in the family sitting room where there is cable TV. There is an outdoor decking area which guests can also avail of. Guests do not have use of the kitchen as it is a family space. Interaction with GuestsWe will be happy to share all our local knowledge of the surrounding area. We also have information booklets from the Tourist Board to browse through. The NeighborhoodOur house is located up a local lane off a main road. It has a remote, country feel yet is only 3km from the centre of Sligo Town. We have great views over Sligo bay and Benbulben mountain. On a clear night the whole milky way is visible with just a short stroll down the field to escape the only light around, coming from our home. Getting AroundWe are situated down a lane off the main road (R292) between Sligo and Strandhill, a lively seaside village. A bus operates Between Strandhill-Sligo Town-Rosses Point which passes the bottom of the lane (a 5 minute walk). There is no specific bus stop so to get the bus you must flag the bus down (put out your arm) for it to stop and pick you up. When getting off the bus to come here tell the bus driver you're getting off at the top of Cummeen Hill. Not all bus drivers will know where exactly this is so you must know where the lane is (directions and identifiers for the lane are available in location/directions once a booking is confirmed. ) The bus passes into/from town once an hour from early morning until late evening. There is ample car parking space at the house. Secure space for bicycles is also available. Sligo town and surrounding areas are highly accessible by bicycle with cycle lanes beginning at the bottom of the lane. Other Things to NoteWe have two cats and two small dogs, kept outside.
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      Bedroom
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      Guest AccessGuest are welcome to spend time in the family sitting room where there is cable TV. There is an outdoor decking area which guests can also avail of. Guests do not have use of the kitchen as it is a family space. Interaction with GuestsWe will be happy to share all our local knowledge of the surrounding area. We also have information booklets from the Tourist Board to browse through. The NeighborhoodOur house is located up a local lane off a main road. It has a remote, country feel yet is only 3km from the centre of Sligo Town. We have great views over Sligo bay and Benbulben mountain. On a clear night the whole milky way is visible with just a short stroll down the field to escape the only light around, coming from our home. Getting AroundWe are situated down a lane off the main road (R292) between Sligo and Strandhill, a lively seaside village. A bus operates Between Strandhill-Sligo Town-Rosses Point which passes the bottom of the lane (a 5 minute walk). There is no specific bus stop so to get the bus you must flag the bus down (put out your arm) for it to stop and pick you up. When getting off the bus to come here tell the bus driver you're getting off at the top of Cummeen Hill. Not all bus drivers will know where exactly this is so you must know where the lane is (directions and identifiers for the lane are available in location/directions once a booking is confirmed. ) The bus passes into/from town once an hour from early morning until late evening. There is ample car parking space at the house. Secure space for bicycles is also available. Sligo town and surrounding areas are highly accessible by bicycle with cycle lanes beginning at the bottom of the lane. Other Things to NoteWe have two cats and two small dogs, kept outside.
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      Bedroom
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      Guest AccessGuest are welcome to spend time in the family sitting room where there is cable TV. There is an outdoor decking area which guests can also avail of. Guests do not have use of the kitchen as it is a family space. Interaction with GuestsWe will be happy to share all our local knowledge of the surrounding area. We also have information booklets from the Tourist Board to browse through. The NeighborhoodOur house is located up a local lane off a main road. It has a remote, country feel yet is only 3km from the centre of Sligo Town. We have great views over Sligo bay and Benbulben mountain. On a clear night the whole milky way is visible with just a short stroll down the field to escape the only light around, coming from our home. Getting AroundWe are situated down a lane off the main road (R292) between Sligo and Strandhill, a lively seaside village. A bus operates Between Strandhill-Sligo Town-Rosses Point which passes the bottom of the lane (a 5 minute walk). There is no specific bus stop so to get the bus you must flag the bus down (put out your arm) for it to stop and pick you up. When getting off the bus to come here tell the bus driver you're getting off at the top of Cummeen Hill. Not all bus drivers will know where exactly this is so you must know where the lane is (directions and identifiers for the lane are available in location/directions once a booking is confirmed. ) The bus passes into/from town once an hour from early morning until late evening. There is ample car parking space at the house. Secure space for bicycles is also available. Sligo town and surrounding areas are highly accessible by bicycle with cycle lanes beginning at the bottom of the lane. Other Things to NoteWe have two cats and two small dogs, kept outside.
      Hotel
      23br 4-star Hotel
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      • Gym
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      • Pets Allowed
      • Swimming Pool
      • Wifi
      This family-friendly Strandhill guesthouse is located near the beach, within a 15-minute walk of Celtic Seaweed Baths and Strandhill Beach. Strandhill Golf Club and Voya Seaweed Baths are also within 3 mi (5 km).
      farmhouse barn
      4br farmhouse barn
        Experience the vacation of a lifetime in our stunning holiday farmhouse perfectly located in Ireland's magical northwest. Have a great activity holiday or just relax and enjoy the natural beauty surrounding you. This holiday home has a unique 40 foot lounge/reception area with superior views of Sligo Bay, Raghly Harbour, and Queen Maeve's cairn. Large, new spacious fitted kitchen. Two bathrooms and four double bedrooms- three rooms with bay windows facing the sea. Free Wireless Internet access and TV/DVD player. An Art and Games Room is adjacent to house with free pool and air hockey tables, art supplies, and board games. Large front and side garden and lawns. Outdoor furniture and barbeque. Locked storage shed available for bicycles, surfboards, fishing rods, golf clubs, boats, etc. Private access to lands where Barnacle Geese and migrating birds are plentiful from October to April. Our friendliness and hospitality will make this your home away from home. The price of your accommodation includes: Electricity (normal/reasonable use) Starter pack for solid fuel stove (winter months only) Wireless Internet - unlimited Bed linen (100% cotton sheets) and set of towels per person Initial supply of toilet paper and paper towel All kitchen cutlery and utensils; pots and pans; glasses, dishes; and tea towels Basic cleaning products (detergents, sprays, etc) and vacuum cleaner The rental price does not include heating oil or hot water. We have a metered system in place which is read on arrival and departure (charged at the local standard rate - approximately 0.60 euro per litre). The price does not include a damage/security deposit of 100 euro in cash due on arrival (to cover extra cleaning costs, breakages/damage, or excessive electricity use). Please contact us for rates for smaller parties (off peak only). Arrival/Departure times: Arrival time is after 3:30 PM. Departure time is before 11:00 AM unless prior arrangements have been made. Please inform us if your intended arrival time will be later than 5pm Bird Watching This area is a paradise for birds and waterfowl. Some of our land has been recently designated as special area of conservation. Barnacle Geese visit us every year from mid-October to late April. A walkway (for able and disabled) provides direct access to view the geese. Close by (10 minutes) is the Ballygilgan Nature Reserve (Lissadell) (http://ballygilgannaturereserve.com). And Bird Watch Ireland / Sligo site (http://birdwatchireland.ie or http://sligobirding.com) provide up to date recent sighting of various birds and waterfowl in the Sligo area. Arts and Culture Maugherow is notorious for its artists from writers, poets, painters, and fairy makers, and many have set up home here. The Model (Niland Gallery), Hamilton Gallery, Yeat’s Society, Hawkswell, Blue Raincoat Theatre, the Factory, and more are within 20 minutes drive. Surfing Go to Lislarry (about 6km) for some of the best waves in the northwest. Or go further to afield to Bundoran (http://www.turfnsurf.ie orhttp://bundoransurfschool.com) or Strandhill (http://www.strandhillsurfschool.com) and experience the thrills of surfing on the big Atlantic waves (both 30 minutes away). Or the Adventure Sligo site (http://www.adventuresligo.com) can provide additional links. Boating/Canoeing/Kayaking There are several ways to take to the sea. If you have your own boat (sail boat, rib, canoe, etc) bring it along and we will help you launch it from the recently renovated Raghley pier. You can explore and relax in tranquility of Drumcliffe Bay. The boat can be stored in our sheds. Another popular activity is kayaking or canoeing (http://www.adventuresligo.com/water/kayaking). Horseriding If you own your own horse(s), you can have a unique holiday by bringing him/her/them with you. Access to the local beaches (Ardtarmon Strand/The Golden Strand or Tra Bui) can be provided through the owner’s land. Then the horse(s) can graze under your watchful eye. All options considered. Contact us for more information. Alternatively, Island View offers horseriding for all the family year round (http://islandviewridingstables.com). This family run business is located about 15 minutes away and offers beach rides, trekking, lessons, and carriage riding. Use these links for additional riding stables: http://www.irelandonhorseback.com or http://www.markreestables.com) in the Sligo area. Golfing Ireland is renowned for its golf courses and Rosses’ Point is no exception. The County Sligo Golf Club at Rosses’ Point (http://countysligogolfclub.ie) is ranked in the top 10 links courses in Ireland. The club boasts renowned visitors and champions, Rory McElroy and Tom Watson. Or you can go to Berties Pitch and Putt (http://www.bertiespnp.co.nr) or the Tyeconnell Pitch and Putt course in Bundoran. Fishing There are plenty of excellent fishing points on the Raghley peninsula, where you can catch mackerel, pollock, bollin or if you are lucky sea trout. Raghley Harbour is located ¼ mile away. Spoil yourself with some fresh lobster and crab caught by local fishermen (available on request). Or try your hand at getting some razor fish or rock fishing. Crab fishing off the pier provides fun for everyone. In Rosses’ Point (http://www.sligoboatcharters.com) or Mullahmore (http://www.offshore.ie or http://www.inishmurrayislandtrips.com) charter boats are available for the serious fishermen. We can help with any bookings. Walking/Hill Walking Exploring North Sligo on foot can be a beautiful way to see the county. Various magical walks include: Lissadell House and Woods; Glencar Lake and Waterfall; Streedagh Point and Beach; Glennif Horseshoe at the foot of Ben Bulben to name a few. Go to http://www.sligotourism.ie and/or http://www.irishtrails.ie/Trail/Benbulben-loop or http://www.coillteoutdoors.ie for more information on mountain walks, nature trails, coastal walks and more. Local Attractions: The following sites provide useful information about places to see and visit in Sligo: 1. http://sligotourism.ie 2. http://www.irishtourist.com/directory/places_to_visit/west/sligo/ 3. http://www.lookwest.ie/events 4. http://mykidstime.ie 5. http://www.sligoheritage.com/links.htm 6. http://www.discoversligo.com/?pagid=arts 7. http://www.discoversligo.com/?pagid=heritage Shopping and Restaurants: Sligo offers shopping with a difference. There is a good mix of the extraordinary shops with hand-crafted pieces, the shops passed down through the generations and the more typical shops. Wooden sculpture by Michael Quirke and hand-crafted jewelry at The Cat and the Moon offer some unusual items while Mullaney’s and Moffits have been in the center of town for generations. The shopping centers provide a good mix on newer shops. Café’s, restaurants, and bistros are plentiful in Sligo town and North Sligo. Yeat’s Tavern (Davis’); Henry’s Restaurant and Lang’s Bar and Restaurant are within 10-15 minutes of ‘home’. About Us Page I (Desmond) am the second youngest child in my family of 5 sisters and 2 brothers. My father (Mick) was a dairy farmer and my mother (Maureen) was a nurse then ran a tourist business for many years. From the horse drawn caravans, in the field in front of our house, to bed and breakfast we shared our Irish traditions with many visitors. [Insert old pictures of cocks of hay and caravan on this page] The experience of meeting new people that came to stay with us was better than going on holidays – it was so exciting. What I loved most was when my mother asked me to greet the visitors at the front door, or bring them to the beach, or make some Irish coffees. I learned some French and German along the way too. In August 1985, my friendly nature led me to meet the love of my life, Mary. She was on a Yeat’s Literature and Landscape tour of Ireland and happened to be in Ellen’s pub for some traditional music. Mary hailed from Arlington, Mass (USA), a suburb of Boston and had just finished her Master’s Degree in Nursing. After a little persuading, I finally convinced Mary that the west of Ireland was the place to be! It is rather ironic that Mary’s mother emigrated from Kinsale, Co. Cork to Boston in the early 1950’s. We have 2 children, Elena, 11 years, and Tola, 9 years. Elena loves art, picking (and eating) blackberries, looking for mermaid’s purses on the beach, and crab fishing off the pier at Raghley Harbour. Tola loves fishing and boating, climbing to the top of the fairy fort, and football. And they both love playing guitar. Stunning 4 bedroom farmhouse, facing Sligo Bay, 50m from the sea. This enchanting area is known for it's beauty and creativity. Free, Unlimited WiFi. Games Room. Convenient base for walkers, anglers, golfers, water sport enthusiasts. Picturesque views. Seasonal access to a variety of fish. Set Your Spirit Free.
        Home/Apartment
        4br Home/Apartment
        Situated in Sligo, this 4 bedroom house accommodates up to 6 guests and starts at just EUR 141 per night. The accommodation is 120 sqm. This house is child-friendly. It features 2 double beds and 2 single beds and has 1 bathroom. Bed linens and towels are included. Additionally, it offers a kitchen with a fridge, a freezer, a grill, a microwave, an oven, a toaster, a kettle / water-boiler, and a washing machine. The property has a garden and parking / a garage. Guests can also enjoy a DVD player, a TV, books, and board games. This is a no-smoking property. Pets are not permitted. Once you have booked, your host will contact you to arrange your check in.