Coolaney 2 miles.
Situated along a quiet laneway, surrounded by lush green countryside is this cosy detached cottage near the picturesque village of Coolaney in County Sligo.
This homely cottage has been lovingly decorated and furnished to provide comfort and quality throughout your holiday.
Boasting two well-presented bedrooms, this Sligo cottage is ideal for couples or groups of friends looking for a peaceful break in the great outdoors with an abundance of activities and attractions on your doorstep.
Guests can enjoy a well-equipped fitted kitchen and dining area which is complemented by a woodburning stove and after an evening of wining and dining you can retire to the cosy sitting room where you can curl up by the fire.
Outside the cottage has a lawned area to the side and rear which enjoys countryside views.
The small village of Coolaney lies at the foot of the Ox Mountains and straddles the Owen Beg River making it the perfect place to enjoy peaceful riverside and mountain walks.
Just a short drive away is Ballisodare Bay where the Atlantic Ocean drifts in, and if you follow the coastline south along Ireland’s Wild Atlantic way you can explore some of Sligo’s finest scenery including Aughris Point, Enniscrone and Easky where you can enjoy sea, sand and salty air.
If you head north of Coolaney, you can explore Sligo town, home to traditional pubs, restaurants with mouth-watering menus serving the finest seafood and plenty of shops and cafes to occupy an afternoon.
Sligo, home to the famous poet, W.B.
Yeats, is simply bursting with something for everyone including surfing, seaweed baths, mountain and nature trails, galleries, boat trips on Lough Gill, and much more so why wait?
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About the location
COOLANEY, COUNTY SLIGO
Strandhill 13.5 miles; Knocknarea 10.7 miles; Sligo 12.9 miles.
The small and picturesque village of Coolaney sits at the foot of the Ox Mountains in County Sligo, and is surrounded by glorious countryside and just a short drive to the stunning Wild Atlantic Way coastline. Resting on the banks of the River Owen Beg, Coolaney offers wonderful fishing and walking opportunities and the remains of an old mill can be seen along the riverside walk. Coolaney is home to a selection of welcoming pubs where you can find tradition, culture and a warm local welcome and it also is home to a well-stocked local shop to buy essentials. Coolaney makes for a wonderful touring base with all of county Sligo’s attractions within easy reach including Strandhill, Ballisodare Bay, Knocknarea, and of course, a plethora of sandy beaches, all set against the striking backdrop of Sligo’s most iconic feature, Benbulben Mountain. From Coolaney, the North West is very accessible, a wonderful place to begin your Irish adventure.