113 Accommodation, 26 Events , 206 Things to do
Glach a Mara is a five bedroom purpose built B&B and was built in 1996. It is situated on an elevated site overlooking Dernish Island, Donegal Bay and the Donegal Mountains.
Located on the quiet outskirts of the town. Fort View takes its name from the "fairy fort" (an ancient earthen rampart)in the field opposite.
Ross House is a traditional farmhouse with an open fire in the sitting room. Peaceful location. Traditional home cooking.
The Rose of Innisfree Boat Tour operates on one of the most beautiful lakes in Ireland, Lough Gill. This majestic, all weather craft departs from historic Parkes Castle on the shores of Lough Gill and takes in the famous “Isle of Innisfree".
City centre town house, friendly and comfortable with a variety of accommodation, a total of 10 bedrooms, 4 en suite, 6 standard, incorporating singles, doubles, twins and 1 triple room.
Located in Sligo Town, Barton Smith Sports is a one-stop shop for all kinds of sporting and outdoors gear.
The Sligo County Museum in Sligo Town is divided between the Yeats Collection, Countess Markievic memorabilia and local artefacts. Pride of place is given over to Yeats' Nobel Prize medal and citation.
Located 200 metres from W.B Yeats grave, one of the country's favourite award winning restaurants with an extensive wine list. There is also a cosy lounge area serving lunch, kids menu, pannins and homemade desserts etc.
For a self-catering holiday in Enniscrone, County Sligo, travellers can choose Ceol na Farraige holiday homes, which can each sleep seven people. The well-equipped homes are ideally positioned near the beach, leisure centre and seaweed baths.
Set in a quiet woodland setting on the Ballysadare River, the Shramore Lodge is an excellent choice for a self-catering holiday in Collooney, County Sligo. It sits on its own grounds yet has many attractions and activities available in the area.
From €211 PPS
€35.00 per person sharing
280.00 pp half board, includes all trips etc
From €211 per person sharing
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