Dromore West 4 miles.
A traditional, detached cottage with private access to a sandy beach, situated on the Wild Atlantic Way, in the townland of Templeboy, four miles from the village of Dromore West in the glorious county of Sligo.
Surrounded by rolling countryside and farmland and buffered by rounded hilltops and the roaring Atlantic, this Dromore West cottage is a tranquil haven, perfect for families and friends looking for a relaxing coastal holiday.
With three bedrooms providing flexible sleeping arrangements, this single-storey cottage near Dromore West exudes a wonderful homely feel as soon as you walk through the door with quaint touches dotted throughout.
The cosy sitting room is complemented by a delightful multi-fuel stove ready to soothe aching bones after a long walk.
Head outside, stopping only to admire the view across to the characteristic peak of Knocknarea and take a short stroll along a private path to a truly spectacular beach.
Ideal for late evening walks or even a spot of surfing, this idyllic spot is guaranteed to delight guests of all ages.
Situated half way between Sligo and Ballina, the village of Dromore West has three friendly pubs where you can quench your thirst after a day of sightseeing, plus there is a traditional thatched pub overlooking a beautiful sandy beach just two miles away from this Sligo cottage.
The county of Sligo is famed for its sandy beaches and stunning landscapes, with the stretch of beach at Strandhill making a perfect afternoon walk followed by a spot of lunch overlooking the crashing waves, and perhaps if you are feeling brave, a seaweed bath!
For any golfing enthusiasts, the courses at Strandhill and Rosses Point overlook the majestic Atlantic, plus the town of Sligo has numerous welcoming pubs, charming cafes and restaurants.
Also make sure you take a trip to Drumcliff, the resting place of W.B.
Yeats, one of Sligo’s greatest poets.
Whatever the weather and whatever your appetite, there is something for everyone here at this Dromore West cottage.