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Perfect for a seaside break, the Beach House is a bright, sunny bungalow found along the beach in Enniscrone, County Sligo. The house is furnished to a very high standard and includes a large open space and garden where children can play.
Seven bedroom dormer bungalow with spacious living room and spacious dining room also large hall. Total size 2500 sqft. Mature large gardens and large patio.
Found in a lovely development of holiday homes set in a series of private cul-de-sacs, the Strand Holiday Homes are perfect for independent travellers visiting Enniscrone, County Sligo. The three-star homes are just a short stroll from the beach.
Temple House is a beautiful Georgian mansion set in an estate of 1,000 acres, overlooking a 13th Century lakeside castle of the Knights Templar.
A warm welcome awaits you at the family run Yeats County Inn. This comfortable and relaxing venue is situated on the N17 between Charlestown and Tubbercurry.
Church View B&B is a handsome and spacious modern townhouse, located in the quaint village of Gurteen in County Sligo.
Charming farmhouse on slopes of Benbulben mountain with awesome views over Yeats Country, Sligo Bay and Atlantic Ocean. Sign posted on N15 north of Sligo. Recommended in 300 Best B&B Guide to Ireland, Michelin and Lonely Planet.
The Strandhill Lodge & Suites is a new four star luxury guesthouse, which sits in the picturesque, seaside village of Strandhill, County Sligo.
A three bedroom cottage set overlooking the sea in Enniscrone, 2 Cluainín na mBó is an excellent, four-star self-catering property. The cottage is well equipped and can sleep seven people, making it a comfortable place to stay while in County Sligo.
Guests to Tower Hill B&B are assured of a peaceful and relaxing stay in the heart of beautiful County Sligo. Overlooking Lough Arrow. Trout fishing, boat hire available nearby. Close to Bricklieve Mountains and archaelogical sites.
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