2 Accommodation, 4 Things to do
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.
Markree Castle is one of the finest country house hotels in Ireland. Set in a secluded 500 acre estate in Collooney, peace and relaxation combined with good food, fine wine and old world charm, make a stay a step back in time.
Memoir writing in Markree Castle, Co. Sligo, in Skibbereen, Co. Cork and fiction writing, Aran Islands, Co. Galway. Grade A accommodation, gourmet food and options of mythology, music and of walking ancient sites at magnificent locations.
Nook Café in Collooney, Sligo opened in May 2016, and has been a hugely popular addition to the village of Collooney. Named as Georgina Campbell’s – Newcomer of the Year 2017, Nook focuses on seasonal, local and Irish produce.
Coffee shop stocking a delicious range of natural, artisan food handmade in Sligo. Conveniently located near the Collooney roundabout, this is the perfect place to unwind with some great coffee, famous cakes and savoury bites.
Beginners flame-working classes from one to six students. Learn to work with with Murano glass rods and a specialist flameworking torch to produce a number of your own unique glass beads. All materials included.
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