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Tieve Baun

Ballintrillick near Kinlough, County Sligo (Ref. 915832)

4.9

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  • Sleeps 6

  • Bedrooms 3

  • Bathrooms 2

  • Pets No

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Features

  • Off road parking
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Open fire
  • Garden / Patio
  • Cot available
  • Highchair available
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher

Reviews & Ratings

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9 Customer Reviews

  • "4th visit to Tieve Baun Cottage."

    Loved it as usual. Missed WiFi at first but in the end enjoyed the break! So clean and comfortable with beautiful surroundings and first class hosts Michael and Bridie. We lovef our two weeks. See you again soon.

    Thank you so much for your lovely comment, looking forward to seeing ye again. Property Owner

    Reviewed by LynnetteMay 2022

  • "Absolutely Fabulous with Stunning views"

    Thank you so much for your lovely feedback, we really appreciate it and hopefully we will see you again in the future. Bridie and Michael Property Owner

    Reviewed by PeterApr 2022

  • "We were met by the owners who are lovely people."

    The house was spacious, comfortable, clean and very cosy. We couldn't have been happier with it. Thank you for letting us stay!

    Reviewed by LeoJun 2019

  • "We loved our holiday."

    ..wonderful hosts Bridie and Michael...beautiful setting and well equipped cottage...Thank you very much...booking again for next year ASAP!

    Reviewed by LynnetteMay 2019

  • "We were met by the owners Bridie and Michael, who made us feel very welcome."

    The roaring coal fire made the house beautifully cosy. Bridie had also made us an apple pie as a welcome, which from the guest book seems to be a regular\r thing. The house is spacious but still cosy, very well equipped and immaculately presented. Add all this to the lovely garden and fantastic view of the mountain, and I think you would struggle to find a better holiday cottage in this part of Ireland

    Reviewed by MaryMar 2018

  • "Fantastic cottage and location."

    friendly and helpful welcome.

    Reviewed by IreneJan 2018

  • "The only fault we could find with anything was the directions for finding the cottage which were misleading."

    There are two crossroads to cross and then over 3 miles to the cottage.

    Reviewed by DarylJun 2017

  • "Welcoming hosts,lovely cottage."

    Superb views. Couldn't ask for anything else.

    Reviewed by SusanSep 2016

  • "This was a comfortable holiday home in a delightful, quite remote location."

    We welcomed the generous supplies of fuel and the 'extras' such as fresh vegetables from the garden and the delicious apple pie baked by the owner! Our only comment regarding general comfort of the cottage was the sofa which was hugely uncomfortable and also the beds/mattresses need to be re-newed, as these were definitely past their best. Otherwise, a clean cottage, well presented in a quiet location.

    Reviewed by JudithAug 2016

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Summary

  • All ground floor
  • Three bedrooms: 2 x double (one with en-suite shower, basin and WC), 1 x twin
  • Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC
  • Kitchen with dining area
  • Sitting room (seats 5) with open fire.
  • Oil central heating with open fire
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, TV with Free-to-air channels, DVD, selection of books, games and DVDs
  • Fuel, power and fuel for fire inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Cot and highchair on request
  • Off road parking for 4 cars
  • Front lawned garden, large rear lawned garden with furniture
  • Sorry, no pets and no smoking
  • Shop and pub 4.3 miles.

The property

Nestled at the foot of the Tieve Baun Mountain, and only a few miles from County Sligo’s stunning coastline, is this delightful, detached cottage set near the hamlet of Ballintrillick.

Boasting breathtaking mountain views, Tieve Baun cottage has been lovingly furnished to provide comfort and quality for families and friends alike, in one of Sligo’s most stunning locations.

This homely Sligo cottage boasts three well-presented bedrooms, one of which features its own en-suite shower room for added comfort and convenience during your stay.

The bright and airy kitchen comes well equipped for all your culinary needs, so you can cook up a storm for your loved ones.

After a long day walking, cycling and exploring, kick back and relax in front of a roaring fire in the cosy sitting room, set within a feature stone fireplace.

Unwind with a refreshing drink outside this Sligo cottage, where you will find a spacious garden with furniture, perfectly placed to soak up the stunning views all day long.

Located just a few miles away is the small village of Kinlough in County Leitrim.

Here you will find a local shop, and a selection of traditional, friendly pubs and restaurants.

Ballintrillick provides a superb location for exploring the north west of Ireland!

Enjoy exploring sandy beaches to the west, including Mullaghmore, Streedagh, and Rosses Point, and marvel at the mountainous valleys to the east, including the Darty Mountains, the most iconic of which is Benbulben, which can be seen from all over Sligo.

Sligo town is only half an hour’s drive away, a hub of culture, heritage and activity.

Why not visit the W.

B.

Yeats Visitors Centre at Drumcliffe, or try a spot of surfing at Strandhill or Bundoran?

For those who enjoy horse riding, County Sligo has plenty of opportunities to offer.

Come and explore this glorious region and discover the beauty of Sligo and the rest of North West Ireland, from the comfort of Tieve Baun cottage.

About the location

KINLOUGH, COUNTY LEITRIM

Bundoran 2.5 miles; Manorhamilton 13 miles.

The village of Kinlough lies between the beautiful Darty Mountains and the Atlantic Ocean. There are many amenities in the village including pubs, shops, restaurants, a takeaway and a folk museum! Nearby Lough Melvin provides superb fishing opportunities and is a natural haven that wildlife enthusiasts will enjoy. Just a few miles away, the bustling seaside town of Bundoran boasts a superb beach with watersports, such as surfing, available. Kinlough is also an excellent location for exploring Donegal to the north and Sligo to the south, the home of Willlaim Butler Yeats, who is buried beneath the imposing Ben Bullen Mountain. Kinlough is truly a wonderful base for enjoying Leitrim, Donegal and Sligo.