Muse to poets, mecca to surfers, magnificent to all
The beaches and parks of the wild northwest
Seatrails provides guided archaeological and historical walking tours in the north west region of Ireland, particularly...
Lyons Cafe, one of the few remaining tea rooms in Ireland serves breakfast, full cavery lunch, home baked desserts and...
Celtic Irish Tours is an high-end tour for the West. Seven days and nights with chef cooked food in private Georgian...
Take a journey through our extensive history in Sligo or sample the ambience and atmosphere of the bar and lounge. Browse...
Strandhill Beach is located in Strandhill, County Sligo and is renowned for being one of the main attractions for surfers...
Tour guides are available to meet and greet visitors at Drumcliffe. The tour guides give tours and talks on history...
Eala Bhan is a fine dining restaurant located in the heart of Sligo town, on the banks of the Garavogue river. The food...
We offer Yeats Experience lunch and/or dinner to groups of ten or more.
Tubbercurry in Co Sligo is a picturesque place with a wonderful sense of community. Why not dip into their culture by...
Ireland's premier folk, roots and indie festival brims with great traditional, folk, Americana, R&B, blues and roots...
From €317.70 per person sharing.
€1520 pp (Full Trail) €595 pp (Mini Trail)
£40.00 pppn including breakfast
£150.00 inclusive for 2 people sharing
From €324 per person sharing.
From €239 per room per night
£895 per week
220 per person
From €235 per person sharing.
From £39 per person
"£60 per family of 2 adults & 2 kids for 3 nights" Free Mountain Biking & Free family pass to Seamus Heaney Home Place
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