4.9★ Outstanding Sykes rating Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 1 Pets No Show on map Features Off road parking Ground floor bedroom Garden / Patio Cot available Highchair available Washing machine Dishwasher Reviews & Ratings Accuracy of the listing Cleanliness Comfort Facilities 11 Customer Reviews "We had a wonderful week at Hawthorn Cottage, the owners John and Marie were a lovely couple and always did everything they could to make us feel welcome." We took trips out every day to some wonderful places, even swimming in the Atlantic sea, but it was always lively to come back to the cottage. Reviewed by CarolJul 2022 "A warning that the tiled floor in the bathroom can be very slippery when having a shower." One side of all of the beds is hard against the wall which can be a nuisance when 2 are sharing the bed. On the plus side the owner, John, was very friendly, helpful and even provided us with eggs and potatoes. The property is spacious and comfortable. Reviewed by PeterJun 2022 "We had a marvellous week at Hawthorn Cottage." What a setting! Just perfect for two workaholics in need of a stress-free rest from the world. Plenty of historical, cultural and natural landscape sites to visit within a 30-50 minute drive, and a busy little town just three miles away. Easy half-an-hour's drive from the airport, too. We hope to return for a long-weekend in the autumn. Reviewed by EricJun 2022 "The house and gardens were like in a fairy-tale and we enjoyed going on the forest walks around the farm." The hosts were very hospitable and helpful when we needed them. We loved getting organic veggies and geranium and comfrey plants from John. The kids were delighted when he showed us how to herd sheep. We stayed for a week and it still wasn't enough to do everything you can do at the farm. We will definitely come again Thank you John, Maria, and Cho! Reviewed by AdrianJul 2021 "As soon as you turn in the gate at Hawthorn farm you know you've entered somewhere special, Ireland as I remember it, beautiful nature, garden, flowers, very pretty and cosy." Also very central to the whole west coast so every day was an adventure and came home at night to a nice warm cosy kitchen and quite bedroom for a peaceful sleep...lovely views of greenery...appreciated John, and his lovely sheepdog and organic goodies waiting for us and the comfrey plants now growing in my garden :) Reviewed by MaryJun 2021 "A comfortable cottage with all the amenities we could wish for." The cottage is close to the N17 linking Galway and Sligo (about 30 minutes drive) and set in beautiful countryside. The owner is very friendly and went out of his way to make us feel welcome and ensure we had all we need. I cannot recommend this cottage enough as a base for your holiday in the North West of Ireland. We spent most of our time either in Sligo or around the Wild Atlantic Way, both of which are easily reached by car from the cottage. Reviewed by AdamJul 2018 "Everything about our experience was just right, from the booking procedure to the cottage and the owner John." We would definalty use Sykes Cottages again and would love to return to Hawthorn Cottage for another holiday. Reviewed by RayJun 2018 "Great place to stay and John's hospitality was wonderful." Reviewed by MichaelMar 2018 "We loved it." Will definitely book again. Kids wanted to stay longer! A great experience. Fiona Reviewed by FionaJun 2017 "Hawthorn Farm Cottage exceeded every one of our expectations on our recent holiday." The cottage has been thoughtfully renovated with great care and sensitivity to the history of the home. There are many examples of the owners' love the surrounding area displayed throughout the cottage. The furnishings, appliances and room décor were all top notch. The beds were the most comfortable of any we have experienced in our multiple trips to Ireland. The bed linens were of the finest quality too. The surroundings are tranquil. We loved being able to feed the sheep. The owners were attentive and always available, but not intrusive. Reviewed by CatherineSep 2016 "The warm welcome extended by John an Family" Reviewed by JasonSep 2016 Show more Summary All ground floor Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x family room with 2 doubles Bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area (seats 4), and sitting area (seats 5). Oil central heating Stanley range, electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, TV with Free-to-air channels, DVD, selection of books and games Fuel and power inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Travel cot and highchair Off road parking for 3 cars Flower garden with lawn Sorry, no smoking Shop and pub 2 miles Note: Cottage is on a sheep farm Note: One double bed accessed from one side only. The property This cosy detached cottage is situated in the grounds of the owners’ sheep farm near the village of Curry in County Sligo. Surrounded by peaceful countryside and with a private forest on your doorstep, this lovely cottage is the ideal choice for a relaxing break away from the stress and fast pace of everyday life. All on the ground floor, this traditional country cottage which was originally built in 1850, has been lovingly restored and has a spacious open plan living area comprising a well-equipped kitchen with dining area and a sitting area, as well as two comfortable bedrooms. To complete the accommodation there is also a family bathroom. The owners are keen organic farmers with friendly sheep in the neighbouring fields; you can even pick your own blackcurrants, blackberries and wild strawberries! Relax in the garden with a refreshing drink or barbecue whilst planning the next day’s activities. The village of Curry provides an excellent touring base with many of County Sligo and County Mayo’s finest attractions within easy reach including sandy beaches at Enniscrone and Strandhill as well as the Museum of County Life near Castlebar. Alternatively, walk on Queen Maeve’s Trail which takes you to the summit of Knocknarea with breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean. Why not spend a day with the kids at Lough Key Forest and Activity Park near Boyle or try a spot of horse riding at Banada? Sligo town is only half an hour away and offers shops, pubs, traditional music and delicious eateries. Afternoons can be enjoyed browsing the Niland Art Gallery or standing at the foot of Glencar Waterfall. Whatever the weather and whatever your age, you will be sure to have a fantastic time at this delightful country cottage in County Sligo. About the location CURRY, COUNTY SLIGO Enniscrone 20 miles; Sligo 23 miles; The small, rural village of Curry is situated in south County Sligo close to the borders of County Mayo. Home to a local shop, pub and restaurant, Curry (meaning “marsh/rough land”) is a wonderful base for visitors coming to this region with wonderful attractions in all directions. Traditional Irish music can be enjoyed close by in the local pubs in Tubbercurry and Charlestown. Just a short drive from Knock Airport and half an hour’s drive from Sligo, Curry is surrounded by lush farmlands, alongside boglands with their unique flora and fauna; both offer wonderful walking and cycling opportunities. Why not explore the sandy beaches at Strandhill, Enniscrone and Rosses Point? There is something for everyone nearby including horse riding in Banada village, an impressive Birds of Prey sanctuary, and even an underground mining experience at Arigna! A fantastic choice for your Sligo and Mayo adventures.