County Sligo Holiday Cottages

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    Stunning 19th century Gothic Revival Gate Lodge at Markree Castle Demesne, Collooney Co Sligo. Cosy modern interiors in olde world settings. Romantic hideaway. Sligo 7 miles. (Ref. 962405)

    7 nights from £275

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    Stone-built cottage near village of Ballintogher. Ideal for couples. Stunning woodland and lake walks. Excellent base for touring the north west. Ballintogher 2 miles. (Ref. 940533)

    7 nights from £199

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    This lovely semi-detached cottage, which is attached to the owner’s home, is in the centre of the market town of Riverstown in County Sligo. Family bedroom. WiFi. Dog welcome. Ballymote 8 miles. (Ref. 953740)

    7 nights from £215

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    A cosy traditional cottage on The Wild Atlantic Way near Grange village, Co. Sligo. Scenic location. 500 yards to shoreline. Sligo Town 10 miles. (Ref. 966597)

    7 nights from £265

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    This lovely detached bungalow is situated in an elevated position, with views over to the mountains, close to the village of Gorteen in County Sligo. Woodburning stove. Private garden. WiFi. (Ref. 951113)

    7 nights from £275

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    Cosy detached cottage near Coolaney, Sligo. Countryside views. Open fire. Pet-friendly. Excellent touring base. Close to Wild Atlantic Way. Coolaney 2 miles. (Ref. 940453)

    7 nights from £215

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    Homely rural cottage near Ballysadare in County Sligo. Cosy and comfortable. Superb fishing base. Mountain views to front. Excellent touring base. Sligo 4 miles. (Ref. 928800)

    7 nights from £235

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    A welcoming, detached cottage set in pretty countryside, close to Tobercurry in County Sligo. All ground floor. Quirky accommodation with character features, an open fire and WiFi. Plenty of activities within easy reach. Tobercurry 4.8 miles. (Ref. 912669)

    7 nights from £239

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    Traditional cottage set amidst rolling countryside on the outskirts of Sligo Town. Private and tranquil setting. Lake and mountain walks nearby. Sligo Town 7.7 miles (Ref. 960685)

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    7 nights from £224.66

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    A cosy little holiday property next to the owner's home, close to Lough Arrow and Castlebaldwin in County Sligo. WiFi. Pet-friendly. Castlebaldwin 2 miles. Sligo 16 miles. Carrick-on-Shannon 25 miles. (Ref. 935298)

    7 nights from £235

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Just Show Me Cottages in County Sligo

Enjoy a cottage holiday in County Sligo and immerse yourself in glorious natural surroundings. Picture glacial valleys, tranquil glens, glistening lakes, rushing rivers and a rugged coast of rocky headlands and sandy beaches washed by the Atlantic. So beautiful, the region inspired the many great works of poet WB Yeats and today you can visit his final resting place in the shadow of magnificent Benbulben Mountains.

Great tourist attractions in Co. Sligo!

Historic sites abound! Find exquisite carvings, renaissance sculptures and other ornate features at Sligo Abbey. Discover ancient tombs and more at Carrowmore, Ireland's biggest megalithic cemetery. And, of course, the burial place of Yeats at Drumcliff Church and Visitor Centre.

Spectacular scenery swiftly lightens the mood, inviting you to get out and about and enjoy the fresh air. Take a walk along the banks of Lough Gill, a wonderfully picturesque lake filled with brown trout. Fishing is extremely popular here and as well as trout you'll find salmon a speciality in the Moy Estuary.

If you're feeling fit, peddle your way along the Tour de Humbert cycling trail, taking in sublime scenery and ancient treasures en route. Practise your swing against dramatic Atlantic backdrops on a challenging links course. Or try something new - join a clay pigeon shoot or learn how to sail. Or simply drive around the pretty countryside dotted with small, rural villages and really escape-from-it-all.

For fantastic entertainment, rich culture and shopping (look out for handmade jewellery and unusual ceramics), Sligo Town hits the spot. In fact, a cottage holiday in Sligo offers all this and more.