Number 43

Bellanode, County Sligo (Ref. 1050355)

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  • Sleeps 7

  • Bedrooms 6

  • Bathrooms 3

  • Pets No

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  • Sleeps 7

  • Bedrooms 6

  • Bathrooms 3

  • Pets No

  • View on map

Features

  • Icon/Feature/Off-road parking Off road parking
  • Icon/Feature/Ground floor bedroom Ground floor accommodation
  • Icon/Feature/Ground floor bedroom Ground floor bedroom
  • Icon/Feature/Garden or Patio Garden / Patio
  • Icon/Feature/Baby-friendly Cot available
  • Icon/Feature/Baby-friendly Highchair available
  • Icon/Feature/Shop Pub/shop < 1 mile
  • Icon/Feature/WiFi Broadband / WiFi

Stay Sligo Holiday Village

This collection of self-catering townhouses and apartments sits within a lovely, landscaped, gated complex, just one mile from the town of Sligo, well-placed for discovering a variety of landscapes, from magnificent coastline to rolling countryside, and from rugged mountains to ancient woodland. These properties are in a fairly central, yet peaceful location, offering a choice of fully-equipped, self-catering holiday homes for 5-7 people, as well as charming apartments that sleep up to four guests. Each home boasts a fully fitted kitchen with all of the essential appliances, a sitting room with TV and warming fireplace and a flexible sleeping arrangement for a family or group. Enjoy walking around the pretty complex, which has a waterfall, water features and benches at the front of most of the properties, where you can sit out and admire your tranquil setting. Just one mile away is the bustling town of Sligo, known as the adventure capital of Ireland, where you can enjoy a variety of watersports on one of its numerous, picturesque beaches, as well as enjoying cycling, mountain biking and walking the hundreds of kilometres of waymarked trails, woodlands and coastal paths. Minutes from the Wild Atlantic Way, which spans 2500km and nine counties in total, you are also within easy reach of Benbulbin and Copes Mountain, plus the ancient woodland trails of Hazelwood Forest, while just over the border into Letrim offers the stunning Glencar Waterfall and Glencar Lough. Sligo has some wonderful nightlife and entertainment, with a variety of pubs, clubs and live music venues, catering to a range of tastes, while foodies will relish the Sligo Food Trail, where you can indulge in fantastic local cuisine, from freshly caught seafood to the freshest Irish beef. Venture out to Tobercurry, at the foot of the Ox Mountains, which you may recognise from the recent BBC adaptation of the Sally Rooney novel, Normal People. A fantastic selection of holiday homes on a charming complex, ideal for exploring the surrounding Sligo area.

The property

Number 43 is one of a large group of semi-detached townhouses within the gated complex of Stay Sligo Holiday Village, set in a peaceful location, just outside of Sligo.

This property offers spacious and homely accommodation for a group of seven family or friends wanting to explore the coast and countryside of County Sligo.

Step inside the property and discover a spacious open-plan living room with a well-equipped kitchen, dining area and seating area, which offers a large sofa and armchair to relax onto while enjoying the warmth of the cosy electric fire and your favourite TV shows.

The property offers six bedrooms, comprising a double with en-suite shower room and five singles, two of which are on the ground floor, as well as a shower room on each floor, so queues should be at a minimum when you're preparing for each day.

Outside, you will find off-road parking, as well as a private rear patio and you can walk the landscaped gardens, which offer plenty pf seating and pretty water features.

Ballinode offers a pub and convenience store, while the town of Sligo, just over a mile away, has a wider choice of amenities and a host of attractions.

Explore sandy beaches, take up a host of watersports, explore ancient woodland at Hazelwood Forest, climb the peaks of Benbulbin and Copes mountain, enjoy Glencar Waterfall and join the Wild Atlantic Way for some remarkable coastal views.

This is a well-placed property for discovering all that County Sligo has to offer.

Note: This property can be booked with Refs. 1050348, 1050352, 1050353 and 1050498, together sleeping 28 guests.

Summary

  • Six bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite shower room, 2 x ground-floor single, 3 x single
  • 1 x shower room with basin and WC, 1 x ground-floor shower room with basin and WC
  • Kitchen
  • Living/dining room with electric fire
  • Electric heating with electric fire
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, TV and WiFi
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Cot, highchair & stairgate available
  • Off-road parking for 2 cars
  • Rear patio garden
  • Front lawn
  • Communal gardens with seating areas and waterfall
  • Sorry, no pets and no smoking
  • Shop 0.4 miles, pub 0.3 miles

About the location

BALLINODE, COUNTY SLIGO

Sligo 1.3 miles, Strandhill 6.4 miles, Mullaghmore 16.7 miles

Ballinode is a civil parish in the County Sligo region of Ireland, just over a mile from the town of Sligo. Here you will find a convenience store and a pub, as well as several B&Bs and holiday homes, along with guided heritage walking tours, as well as riverside walks or boat rides along the nearby Garvoge River. Sligo is known for its rugged coastline, and is the meeting point of the Garvoge River and Sligo Bay, with rolling hills, picturesque beaches and the dramatic Benbulbin as a backdrop, a verdant peak showcasing stunning valley views from the top. Visit the 15th century preserved abbey and learn about the strong literary heritage of the town at Yeats Building, a literary hub and exhibit of the life and work of poet William Butler Yeats, plus head to nearby Hazlewood Forest and discover ancient woodland and a sculpture tour of scenic walking trails. Cross the border into Letrim to visit Glencar Waterfall and Glencar Lough, which is also visible from the top of Copes mountain. Head to the nearby coastal town of Strandhill for an array of fantastic beaches, as well as a coastal golf course, Dolly's Cottage museum, Queen Maeve's grave, a Megalithic tomb at the summit of Knocknarea mountain and take a guided tour around Carrowmore Megalithic Cemetery. You are within a short drive of the magnificent Wild Atlantic Way, a 2,500 km coastal driving trail that spans from County Donegal's Inishowen Peninsula to Kinsale, County Cork, taking in nine counties along the way. A fantastic location for exploring the coast and countryside of County Sligo.

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas
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