Tobercurry 3 miles.
Situated on the outskirts of Tobercurry, in the heart of the rolling countryside hills, is this fabulous detached cottage.
Suaimhneas offers a superb base for those looking to explore this area of Ireland.
The property opens up to a welcoming sitting room, with plenty of seating to relax and unwind of an evening, with the large TV to keep you entertained.
The dining area makes for a wonderful social space to plan the day's events, or to enjoy your home-cooked meals, prepared in the modern fitted kitchen, housing all the appliances you could possibly need.
With all the rooms on the ground floor, you will have easy access to the three well-presented bedrooms, consisting of: two doubles and one triple bunk room, served by a family shower room.
Each bedroom has a set of contemporary furniture to store your personal items and delightful views across the countryside from every window!
Sit out on the provided furniture with a refreshing beverage and delight in the magnificent views across this secluded area.
Why not visit Gillighan's World, The Field of Dreams, a beautiful botanical garden, with delightful picnic areas and a spiritual faerie land with plenty of on-site facilities and stunning views with plenty of walking opportunities that your little ones will delight in.
Discover a wide-range of nearby lakes, including Lough Talt where you can get involved with a variety of watersports.
Venture towards the coast of the vibrant town of Sligo, which offers many lovely sandy beaches such as Strand Hill, perfect for surfing and boasting quirky seaweed baths.
Tobercurry itself offers a large golf course for those keen sporty types.
For a spot of history, visit the Caves of Keash which are a series of limestone caves, with some interconnecting chambers.
Suaimhneas is the ultimate choice for families looking to escape to the countryside of Ireland.
About the location
TOBERCURRY, COUNTY SLIGO
Ballina 20 miles; Sligo 22 miles.
Tobercurry in County Sligo is a beautiful town nestled at the foot of the Ox Mountains, and is home to numerous shops, pubs and its famous annual Drama Festival. The town is located close to the River Moy, a river famous for salmon fishing, and with the Ox and Nephin Beg Mountains close by and Benbulben Mountain just north of Sligo town, there are lots of great walking opportunities to enjoy from Tobercurry. Mayo’s largest town, Ballina, is just a short drive from Tobercurry, and lies just over the border in County Mayo. It is home to the ecclesiastical ruins of the impressive Moyne Abbey, as well as a 4000 year old Dolmen, a single-chamber megalithic tomb. The county town of Sligo is a little further in the other direction and offers an interesting day out with historic monuments and pretty buildings to enjoy. With exceptional walking and fishing available, and lots of places to visit within easy touring distance, Tobercurry is a great location all year round.