Wild Atlantic Way - Sligo to Mayo

  1. Bundoran Holiday Homes - No 12

    Bundoran, Donegal

    Set at the edge of Bundoran Town in County Donegal, the Bundoran Holiday Homes are modern, well-equipped houses that can sleep six or more people. Perfect for a family or group holiday, the homes are surrounded by attractions and amenities. Read more

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  2. Drom Caoin

    Belmullet, Mayo

    Cead Mile Failte from Mairin and Gerry to "Drom Caoin ", where you will experience true hospitality. Read more

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  3. Owenmore River System

    Ballina, Mayo

    The Owenmore River drains a large area of north-west Mayo into Tullaghan Bay. The river holds spring fish from February. The grilse come in early June, and the river gets a good run of autumn fish from late August. Read more

  4. Pier 1 ( Dom Breslin Public Bar & Restaurant)

    Donegal Town, Donegal

    Dom Breslin's bar and restaurant is synomymous with good music, food and wine and attracts the cream of musicians. Located in peaceful surroundings overlooking Donegal Bay. Read more

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  5. Lookout Hill Loop

    Mulranny, Mayo

    A-B. Leaving the trailhead near the pier, follow the green (and purple) arrows along the surfaced road. The purple arrows are for the longer Bunnahowna Loop. After 300m the road swings right - but you proceed straight ahead onto an old laneway. Climb the hill, veer left at a house on a Y-junction, and follow the road through a crossroads. After 200m watch for a waymarker which directs you to the right and off road on to a fence along the back of forestry. Follow the fence for 500m to exit again onto a surfaced road where you turn left. After 100m pass the church and school and cross the N59 onto a woodland track.

    B-C. Follow the track uphill to join a forestry roadway and turn left. Continue to follow the green and purple arrows before turning right and ascending to the top of Lookout Hill. Enjoy the views before descending to join the old railway line where both the blue and purple loops turn left - but you turn right.

    C-D. Continue to follow the old railway line for 300m to reach old railway buildings where you turn right and descend to the front of a hotel and cross the N59 again onto steps down to Trawoughter Strand.

    D-A. Descend the steps and join the causeway across the strand and enjoy the last 300m back to the trailhead.
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  6. Wilderness Ireland

    Ballisodare, Sligo

    Wilderness Ireland offers the widest range of guided activity holidays in Ireland’s most remote and beautiful regions. Having some of the best guides in the country our team run exceptional walking, cycling, kayaking and family holidays. Read more

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  7. Courthouse Restaurant

    Kinlough, Leitrim

    For most people, a visit to a courthouse is not something to relish. But in Kinlough The Courthouse is another different experience, where its role is to dispense culinary delights and see that justice is done, in terms of good food. Read more

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  8. The Hazelwood Restaurant at The Sligo Park Hotel

    Sligo Town, Sligo

    The Sligo Park Hotel and Leisure Club is set in quiet parkland and is surrounded by some of the most scenic countryside in Ireland, ranging from the majestic Benbulben, to the gentle waters of Lough Gill. Read more

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  9. McGarrigles Restaurant

    Bundoran, Donegal

    McGarrigles restaurant is a family run business located on main street Bundoran, it opened its doors in 1990 and has recently been refurbished. We take pride in offering a friendly service, quality home cooked food and value for money. Read more

  10. Embassy Rooms

    Sligo Town, Sligo

    Award winning restaurant, overlooking the Garavogue River. Known for wholesome food and efficient service. Specialities include seafood, meat dishes and traditional Irish cuisine. Read more

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