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Haggart Lodge B&B is just outside the village of Aclare, close to the Mayo border and 25 minutes from Knock Ireland West Airport. It offers a perfect retreat to base yourself for a midweek or weekend break. Hill walking and equestrian trail riding.
Lough Arrow, County Sligo, is one of the great Irish trout fishing loughs which lies 24km south east of Sligo town, 6.5km north west of Boyle, Co. Roscommon.
North West Adventure-Outdoor Education Centre in Ballinafad, County Sligo is committed to providing environmentally aware, safe, quality, fun outdoor activity, adventure, education and training for everyone.
Family home since 1852 with spacious rooms and period ambience. Breakfast (and dinner on request) are served using many home made and home produced ingredients.Ardtarmon House is set in secluded quiet grounds of many wooded hectares with many walks and private access to miles of beach. There are many spectacular viewing points of surrounding sea and mountain
Warm, welcoming, family house, with private car parking and a ten minutes walk to town centre. Close to Sligo General Hospital.
The River Duff, which is also known as Bunduff, flows for 14 miles from the Glenade valley in County Leitrim to the sea. This river is a prolific spate river and gets a good run of summer salmon and grilse.
Tieve Baun Cottage is a four-star self catering perfect for an escape in North County Sligo. Situated near Ballintrillick and at the foot of the Tieve Baun Mountain, it is an excellent base for exploring the region. It is wheelchair accessible.
The Benwiskin Centre is an eco-friendly hostel set in a beautiful rural location in Ballintrillick, County Sligo in the shadow of the Benwiskin Mountain and near the Sligo coastline. The hostel has six cosy bedrooms, which serve as the perfect accommodation for both individuals and groups exploring the North West of Ireland.
The Ballisodare fishery lies in the North West of Ireland, just a 10 minute drive from Sligo town. With a catchment of 250sq miles and with its main tributary being of limestone nature, the excellent water quality is perfect for salmon.
Found near Ballisodare and just 8km south of Sligo Town, Knoxspark is home to an Iron Age promontory fort. A river surrounds the fort on three sides, while the fourth side sits along an expanse of marshland.
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