With views towards Classiebawn Castle at Mullaghmore and the sea beyond, this spacious semi-detached cottage sits in the heart of Cliffoney, County Sligo.
Adjoining the owner’s home on the Wild Atlantic Way, Slieve Bawn View is the perfect spot for discovering the north west coast, with endless attractions for all ages on your doorstep.
The cottage consists of a bright and spacious open plan living are complete with a well-equipped kitchen, dining area and relaxing space with comfy chairs where you can entertain, socialise and unwind with your loved ones.
After a day swimming in the sea or lounging on the sandy beach, why not curl up with good book by the open fire in the separate cosy sitting room?
Three comfortable and well-presented bedrooms are located on the first floor and, along with a shower room, complete the accommodation.
To the front of the cottage is a sea-facing lawned garden with a patio and furniture where you can relax with a refreshing drink and soak up the stunning views in the distance.
Guests can also make friends with the resident chickens at the end of the garden!
The small village of Cliffoney is met by the great Atlantic Ocean on one side and the impressive slopes of the Dartry Mountains on the other.
Sea, sand and surf are just some of the aspects to enjoy in Sligo, with beaches at Mullaghmore and Streedagh.
Other sights to see include the stunning Glencar Waterfall, Yeats’ Grave and the Round Tower at Drumcliffe.
From Cliffoney, the Hills of Donegal are within easy reach and home to the Slieve League Cliffs and Glenveagh National Park.
A delightful cottage in one of County Sligo’s most breathtaking locations!
About the location
CLIFFONEY, COUNTY SLIGO
Bundoran 5 miles; Ballinfull 8 miles; Sligo Town 16 miles; Sligo Airport 20 miles.
The tranquil village of Cliffoney is located in one of the most beautiful parts of the North West Coast of Ireland, in North County Sligo. Nestled at the foot of the Benbulben and Benwiskin Mountains, Cliffoney overlooks Donegal Bay, and the infamous Mullaghmore Harbour. The picturesque settings and unspoilt landscapes, teamed with the surrounding sea and mountains, give Cliffoney a delightful air of tranquillity. Visit the Gleniff Horseshoe, Creevykeel Court Tomb, Bunduff Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary or The Cloonerco Bogs which stretch across the Cliffoney landscape, and are ideal for nature lovers. Take the short drive to Sligo Town and discover its numerous bars and restaurants, enjoy a trip north to Bundoran in County Donegal, or enjoy the walking, beaches or lake and river fishing in Cliffoney. Both the Florence Court House and Gardens and the Marble Arch Caves are an hour's drive away and are worth a visit. A lovely location for a rural Ireland getaway.