4.5★ Sykes rating 5 Guests 3 Bedrooms 1 Bathroom Pets Yes Features Off road parking Garden / Patio Cot available Highchair available Pub/shop < 1 mile Washing machine Dishwasher Sky TV Broadband / WiFi Reviews & Ratings Accuracy of the listing Cleanliness Comfort Facilities and Maintenance Search All reviews cottage (3) property (2) owners (2) location (2) nice (2) friendly (2) 6 Customer Reviews "The owners were very friendly on arrival and we were pleased with the cottage." Having said that there were a couple of things that we could not give 5 stars. We had to ask for hot water in the kitchen as we did not use the dishwasher. Also there was no hot water in the wash basin. Also the cottage required a walk over with a duster and hoover. Reviewed by Theresa3.8★Sep 2023 "Very nice and friendly people very remote location in the middle of nowhere pity ..." Very nice and friendly people very remote location in the middle of nowhere pity the local pub had closed down otherwise very quiet you do need a vehicle as there is nothing nearby but nice location Reviewed by Craig4.1★Aug 2023 "Nice and clean house with kind and attending owners." Feels as home. Adding the Eircode to the adress would help finding it easier. We can highly recommend this property. Reviewed by Rcc4.7★Jun 2023 "This would be a great property for a family or two to share." The kitchen's spacious and well-stocked and there are beds for six or eight, although there's only one shower for the whole cottage. The hosts are lovely and greeted us with tea and scones. The only downsides are the flaky wi-fi and scads of flies and spiders. It's a pretty country setting ideal for families with little ones. Reviewed by Catherine4.7★Sep 2022 "We really enjoyed our time at Tulla Villa." The cottage was very well equipped and comfortable and our stay was made all the better by Eddie and Rosaleen who were very welcoming and helpful without being in any way intrusive. They worked very hard to set up the DVD for us which was much appreciated. The location was very good for exploring the Sligo area and this was helped by the information provided in the cottage. Reviewed by John5.0★Sep 2019 "My only thing I can fault is the coordinates was in correct and send us about 12 miles out of our way" Reviewed by Kieran5.0★Jul 2017 There are no reviews featuring this term Show all reviews Show more Hide all Summary Three bedrooms: 2 x double, 1 x single Shower room with shower, basin and WC Kitchen with dining area and electric stove Sitting room with electric fire. Oil central heating with electric stove and fire Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, TV with Sky Sports, DVD, WiFi Fuel and power inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Cot and highchair on request Ample off road parking Front lawned garden and patio with furniture and BBQ One well-behaved pet welcome Sorry, no smoking Shop and pub 5 mins. The property Castlebaldwin 2 miles. This cosy semi-detached cottage is next to the owner's home, and is close to Lough Arrow and Castlebaldwin in the County Sligo countryside. The lovely cottage is a fantastic base for a family to get away together to enjoy some sightseeing, while exploring County Sligo. This attractive cottage is set over two floors and has three cosy bedrooms upstairs. On the ground floor there is a traditional country kitchen with a dining table and an electric stove. The sitting room offers a great space for taking it easy after a day of being out and about, and also has a bay widow with two chairs and a coffee table, perfect for relaxing with breakfast on a lazy sunny morning. To the front of the property there is a patio area with furniture and a lawned garden where the young ones can play and run around, tiring themselves out before bed, whilst you sit and relax with a refreshing drink. The small village of Castlebaldwin is close at hand to tend to your basic needs and Lough Arrow is great if you fancy a spot of fishing. Head south east and visit Carrick-on-Shannon and north west will take you to Sligo, both filled with charm and character for you to soak up, while enjoying the local culture and history on offer and also a range of traditional Irish pubs and restaurants for you to sample. A great property for you to come to and begin your Irish getaway adventure. About the location CASTLEBALDWIN, COUNTY SLIGO Sligo Town 16.3 miles. The small village of Castlebaldwin in County Sligo is home to the Sathya Sai Donkey Sanctuary, Castlebaldwin Castle and Carrowkeel Passage Tombs Site, one of the largest passage tomb cemeteries in Ireland. In the heart of the village is McDermotts Bar and Restaurant and a supermarket, and is located on the N4, the main Sligo-to-Dublin Road, giving it a great position for guests to enjoy lots of attractions and days out within easy reach. There is fishing available on Lough Arrow and Lough Bo, Lough Key Forest Park has something for children of all ages, with its Tree Canopy Walk, Zipit, Woodland Segway and the Adventure Play Kingdom, whilst all the family can go back in time at Sligo Folk Park in nearby Riverstown. Also, within easy reach is Ballymote, a historic market town with Ballymote Castle dating from 1300. Visit Des McDonogh's Pub to enjoy live Irish music. All these attractions and many more are within easy reach of Castlebaldwin, waiting to be discovered.