Wild Atlantic Way - Sligo to Mayo

  1. Rafter's B&B

    Ballisodare, Sligo

    The delightful family run Woodfield Inn provides, AA four star, Fáilte Ireland approved guest accommodation attached to a cosy traditional bar, in Ballisodare County Sligo. This property is wheelchair friendly. Read more

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  2. Sandhouse Hotel and Marine Spa

    Rossnowlagh, Donegal

    Sandhouse Hotel is found on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, overlooking the sandy beaches of Rossnowlagh, County Donegal. The four-star establishment offers friendly, efficient service and a wonderful location for a relaxing break. Read more

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  3. Kevinsfort House

    Sligo Town, Sligo

    Kevinsfort House is a classically proportioned Georgian Regency house within the borough of Sligo. It is conveniently located less than one mile west and within easy walking distance of the centre of Sligo Town. Read more

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  4. Kitty's Cottage

    Creevy, Donegal

    Located 2km from the rugged Wild Atlantic Way – based in Creevy overlooking Donegal Bay and just a few minutes from Ballyshannon and Rossnowlagh. The traditional stone cottage boasts 4 stars, Eco Friendly and Wheelchair Accessible. Read more

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  5. Quignalegan House

    Ballina, Mayo

    This large B&B is renowned for its hospitality, well-equipped ensuite rooms and excellent breakfasts. Quignalegan House makes an ideal base for exploring County Mayo and the well-known angling region. Read more

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  6. Breeogue Pottery

    Carrowmore, Sligo

    Breeogue Pottery is nestled in beautiful landscape in Carrowmore, County Sligo, between Knocknarea mountain and the shores of Ballisodare Bay. The studio and gallery are open to visitors and courses are available. Read more

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  7. Mullaghmore Head - Wild Atlantic Way

    Mullaghmore, Sligo

    Mullaghmore is located between Cliffoney and Grange in County Sligo. The beach is approximately 3km of white sandy beach and is a very popular surfing spot. Read more

  8. Newport House Hotel

    Newport, Mayo

    Newport House Hotel is an historic Georgian house built in 1720. Its classical facade looks out over the Newport River, which is a famous place for salmon fishing in County Mayo. Read more

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  9. Dooega, Achill Island Blue Flag Beach 2014

    Achill Island -Acaill, Mayo

    Dooega Beach is a small and sheltered beach located on the south side of Achill Island in County Mayo. It is perfect for summer sunbathing due to its south facing location. Read more

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  10. Eagle Island (Oileán san Tuaidh)

    Belmullet, Mayo

    Eagle Island is a small island lying off the Mullet Peninsual on the north west coast of Mayo. The island is uninhabited and is best known for its two lighthouses. There is no ferry access to the island. Read more

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