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The Sathya Sai Sanctuary Trust for Nature is a charitable trust whose aim is to provide refuge for sick, elderly, unwanted, abandoned or abused donkeys. It is situated 5km from Castlebaldwin, County Sligo.
Indoor Playcentre and Coffee Shop
Woodville Farm, just outside Strandhill in County Sligo, takes you through mature woodland, green fields, and historic farm buildings where a variety of farm animals, live in natural surroundings.
Sligo Aero Club provides Introductory Flights, Pilot Training and has aircraft available for use by holders of Pilot Licenses.
Iorras B&B is a 4 Star Fáilte Ireland approved spacious and modern home in the stunning location close to Rosses Point, County Sligo.
Surrounded by mature woodland and set on the Owenbeg River near Collooney, this restored, two-bedroom schoolhouse retains many of its original decorative features. The heritage building is an ideal base for anyone exploring Yeats Country.
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.
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.
Creevykeel Court Tomb is one of the best examples of a court tomb in Ireland, it is located in Cliffony County Sligo.
Benbulben Craft Village is located in Rathcormack on the Sligo to Donegal road, 5 kilometres from Sligo Town. The grave of W.B. Yeats and Drumcliff church are a short distance away. There is also ample coach and car parking facilities.
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