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Seatrails provides guided archaeological and historical walking tours in the north west region of Ireland, particularly Sligo and around its coastal zone. Seatrails is activity based and provides educational walking tours in scenic locations.
Cloghor Portal Tomb is a collapsed portal dolmen perched on a hill with excellent views on all sides. The tomb is aligned north east to south west and its two entrance portals are still standing.
Seasons Lodge is a 5 Star Fáilte Ireland B&B purpose built in 2003 as a high quality guest facility. Since it's opening it has been rewarded with many accolades, including 5 Diamonds by RAC and 5 stars by AA.
Sligo Racecourse is in the heart of Yeats Country and claims to be the most scenic racecourse in the country. An ideal location to saviour the atmosphere of an Irish race meeting.
Trá Bán is a steak and seafood restaurant overlooking the magnificent atlantic ocean. Enjoy fine dining in a warm, cosy atmosphere. You won’t be disappointed.
The Ox Bindery is a conservation and bookbinding studio in the heart of the Ox Mountains near Tubbercurry, County Sligo. It is run by a Dutch couple who are specialised in the art of the hand bound book, be it conserving the old or creating a new.
Ideal for seaside escapes and walking holidays, The Waters Edge is a four-star self-catering cottage found in Aughris, County Sligo. With the space for six and the sea right on its doorstep, The Waters Edge is perfect for a memorable break.
The Sligo Way is a 74 km route that traverses the County of Sligo in the northwest of Ireland from Lough Talt, in the Ox Mountains near the Mayo border, to the town of Dromahair in County Leitrim.
A warm welcome awaits you to a peaceful spacious Stonecroft, with tea/coffee on arrival.
City centre town house, friendly and comfortable with a variety of accommodation, a total of 10 bedrooms, 4 en suite, 6 standard, incorporating singles, doubles, twins and 1 triple room.
€35.00 per person sharing
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From £75.00 per day including insurance
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