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Make a holiday home or self catering accommodation in Sligo, Ireland your home away from home

Sitting on the North West shore of Ireland, County Sligo, is a wonderful haven of peace. Located in the north west of Ireland, Sligo is surrounded by Counties Roscommon, Cavan and Mayo. There are a great range of places to stay in Sligo, with charming old cottages, beach side retreats and beautifully cosy holiday homes in Sligo to choose from. The loaf shaped Benbulben Mountain is one of the most famous sites to see from self catering accommodation in Sligo, but anyone who loves windswept landscapes, real peace and traditional lifestyles, self catering accommodation in Sligo is an ideal option.

Things to do in County Sligo, Ireland

It is often the beautiful landscape that brings visitors back time and time again to holiday homes in Sligo, Ireland. The rugged upland areas are a real treat for walkers, riders and mountain bikers, as well as anyone wishing to take their four-legged friends on holiday too. There are some extraordinary ancient sites to stumble across too, with the Queen Maeve’s Grave on the summit of Knocknarae and the Megalithic Cemetery at Carrowmore. The lake lands of County Sligo, Ireland are stunning, with perfectly calm waters surrounding wood covered islands, brimming with fish.

Many people look for places to stay in Sligo for the surfing. Waves strike the shore of Country Sligo having travelled unhindered across the Atlantic, producing some fearsome surfing. The finest beaches in the area are Rosses Point, Enniscrone and Strandhill, which are all both excellent for their surfing credentials, but also for those long lazy days in the summer sun. There are also many opportunities to go fishing off-shore, in the lakes or from the beach.

Of course, golf is a huge source of entertainment from self catering Sligo accommodation. There are a good range of links courses to choose from, providing you remember to pack your handicap certificate. There are a fantastic range of courses to choose from, and you should have no trouble arranging a tee-of time from a holiday home in Sligo.

Places to visit on holiday in County Sligo, Ireland

Sligo Town, the capital of County Sligo, Ireland is a wonderful little town to explore from any of the holiday homes in Sligo. The town is a great centre for exploring Sligo’s most famous resident, WB Yeats. The whole of Sligo is known for its traditional music, and anyone wishing to enjoy Ireland’s finest fiddle music should head into the bars and pubs of the music in the evening.

Travel to County Sligo, Ireland

There is a small airport just outside Sligo Town. Strandhill Airport receives direct flights from Dublin (DUB). There are a great range of options for getting from Dublin to Sligo without taking another flight too, with road, rail and bus connections covering the 135km.

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Lovely property. Spacious cottage. Great facilities. Welcoming owners.
  • Review Submitted: Sep 19, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Sep 2017

A nice and comfortable apartment

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We were delighted when we arrived and Sheila welcomed us at 'The Old Police Station'. A very spacious apartment, certainly for 2 people. The living room is cozy and comfortably furnished with a wood burning stove. The kitchen is simple but fine. And then the fairytale-like bedroom!!! All according to the picture. We slept wonderfully! There is also a beautiful spacious bathroom. Not to suggest that it used to be a cell for the prisoners :) In short, a lovely apartment! The washing machine was still not connected but we could wash in a campsite next to it. In Easky was not much to experience. Two limited food stores, pubs (but no Irish music), no restaurants but a nice lunch possibility and a sort off Kebab/Pizza/Snack bar. Perhaps because we stayed in Easky early in the season. A nice place is the community center which also serves as tourist information. You can also hire good bikes for a reasonable price. But .... the immediate area of Easky is truly beautiful! Not far from the apartment you can walk to the beach via the beautiful Easky River. From there you can make stunning walks along the shore, or directly through the rocky sandy beach, or by a road that runs alongside. Also without car there are many possibilities to explore the area. By foot, by bike or partly by bus and walking from there. We greatly enjoyed the beautiful nature! We highly recommend Easky as well as 'The Old Police Station', especially to sporty, quait looking nature lovers. And Sheila is a hospitable woman who does everything to make you feel comfortable. She is always available for questions and offers great servicice! Gonnie and Wim (60 +++) from the Netherlands.
  • Review Submitted: Aug 30, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Jun 2017