Riverstown 3 miles.
Situated along a quiet country road, surrounded by woodland and undulating countryside, is this cosy detached cottage, near the picturesque village of Riverstown in County Sligo.
This homely cottage, with its smart whitewashed walls, red door and windows, and sloping gardens has been lovingly restored.
Boasting 2 double bedrooms one the ground floor with a further 2 single bedrooms neatly tucked just under the eaves, this cottage is the perfect place to drop the cases, kick of the heels, and start your holiday.
You will enjoy the well-equipped kitchen with breakfast bar or relax in the adjoining sitting room with woodburner and plan the following days adventures.
The terrain outside the cottage lend itself to Co Sligo, hills, lakes, woodland and streams.
The front of the cottage captures the midday sun in its small secluded front garden whilst the rear and side open into a well maintained gravel area.
Gentle slopes, covered in swathes of flowers and herbs run to this gravelled corner.
A short distance away is the picturesque village of Riverstown with its local shops and pubs.
The small lakes of Lough Bo and Lough na suil are a pleasant walk away.
Travel the short distance to Sligo town, on the Wild Atlantic Way and home to the famous poet, W.B.
Yeats, bustling with its many attractions, surfing, seaweed baths, blue flag beaches, galleries ,boat trips on Lough Gill and much more.
Motor inland to Lough Key Forest & Activity Park and enjoy its woodland walks along the lake shoreline and relax in the adjoining restaurant and coffee shop.
Spend an afternoon at The Arigna Mining Experience, an exciting guided tour underground into the old mine shafts.
This cottage will leave you feeling relaxed and refreshed.
Its the perfect place to explore the wonders of County Sligo.
About the location
RIVERSTOWN, COUNTY SLIGO
Lough Key Forest Park 7 miles; Ballymote 8 miles; Dublin 119 miles.
The village of Riverstown lies at a bridging point of the River Unshin, in west Ireland, and is home to the famous Sligo Folk Park. Here, you can turn back time and experience true rural, Irish heritage, with the help of their very own farmyard, and within easy driving distance is the Castle Dargan Golf and Spa Resort. A 25 minute drive will take you to Strandhill beach, ideal for surfing, or Lough Key Forest Park and its wildlife, historic buildings and evocative islands; discover the Tree Canopy Walk and get a bird's eye view of the park, spot wildlife including fallow deer, foxes, hares and red squirrels, or explore the Boda Borg, an intriguing game with 47 rooms of fun-filled activities, imaginative puzzles and enjoyable tasks, ideal for all ages. A little further afield lies Ballymote with course fishing and its historic castle, and within touring distance is Dublin. Visit Dublin Castle, the Guinness Storehouse and Gravity Bar, the highest bar in Ireland, or discover the traditional Kilmainham Gaol. A lovely location, perfect for discovering this part of Ireland.