- Off road parking
- Ground floor accommodation
- Ground floor bedroom
- Open fire
- Garden / Patio
- Cot available
- Washing machine
- Broadband / WiFi
Grange 3.5 miles.
Situated in a quiet cul-de-sac, this homely, single-storey detached cottage is set just outside the hamlet of Cloghboley, near Grange in County Sligo.
Boasting fantastic views across the Atlantic, this cottage near Grange is cosy and welcoming, providing a wonderful base for friends and families wishing to explore the wonders of West Ireland.
Set solely over the ground floor, this Sligo cottage offers three charming bedrooms, including a double room with an en-suite shower room, and two family rooms each featuring a double and a single bed.
There is also a family bathroom where you can unwind with a soak in the tub after a long day exploring Sligo.
Prepare delicious meals in the well-equipped kitchen before sitting down as a family in the dining area and planning tomorrow’s escapades.
The sitting room, boasting a roaring open fire, is the perfect place to snuggle down with a film and relax after a day on your feet, or you can catch up on some reading in the conservatory.
Outside, to the front of this cottage near Grange, a patio makes an ideal space to enjoy alfresco dining.
Marvel at the glorious ocean vistas, stretching to Rosses Point and Knocknarea Mountain, with Queen Maeve's tomb set at its summit.
A green area to rear of the property makes for a great space for the kids to run around in, while you lie back and soak up the sunshine.
Take a walk down to the beach and play in the surf or stroll along the shoreline with the sand between your toes.
Sharing a beach with this Sligo cottage is Lissadell House, an historic neo-classical house which is open to the public.
The town of Carney is just three miles away, and a few of the local bars and restaurants provide shuttle bus services for those seeking a true taste of the 'craic' and evening entertainment.
Venture along the Wild Atlantic Way to experience the beauty of Ireland’s west coast and take on the challenge of the nearby Benbulben Mountain, Ireland's 'Table Mountain'.
Take the easy drive to Drumcliff and visit Yeats’ grave, whilst the beaches of Mullaghamore and Streedagh are wonderful for fun-filled family days out.
Strandhill, on the other side of the bay, is great for surfing and watersports enthusiasts.
This cottage near Grange makes for a fantastic all-year-round, family holiday base, perfect for exploring County Sligo!
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 2 x family room with 1 double and 1 single. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area (seats 6). Sitting room with open fire. Conservatory.
- Electric storage heaters with open fire
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV with Saorview, DVD, CD/radio, pay-as-you-go Broadband, selection of books
- Fuel and power inc. in rent Apr–Aug inclusive, charged by pre-paid meter Sep–Mar, first €25 inc. in rent
- Starter pack for fire inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Travel cot
- Ample off road parking
- Front patio with furniture
- Sorry, no pets and no smoking
- Shop and pub 1.5 miles
- Beach 3 mins walk
- Note: If you would like to make use of the pay-as-you-go broadband, please let the owner know prior to your arrival
- Note: Although in a quiet cul-de-sac children to be supervised when outside
About the location
GRANGE, COUNTY SLIGO
Sligo 10 miles.
The village of Grange in County Sligo is the starting point for a spectacular drive through the Gleniff Horseshoe with its limestone cliffs in the valley between the Truskmore and Kings Mountains. Grange is at the foot of the Dartry Mountain range with its distinctively shaped Benbulben Mountain which is known worldwide as the symbol of County Sligo. Created by glaciers during the Ice Age, Benbulben Mountain is home to a fascinating range of flora and fauna including a number of species that in Ireland are only found on its slopes. The county town of Sligo is 10 miles away and contains an array of shops, bars and restaurants. Its name derives from the Gaelic word Sligeach, meaning Shelly River due to the abundance of shellfish in the waters around the town.