You are viewing a holiday cottage to rent in Ballymote, nr Sligo Bay, County Sligo. It is a Semi-detached Barn Conversion.
Located 5 miles from Ballymote and Tubbercurry half hour drive to Sligo town. This delightful stone barn conversion is set on the owners farm. It offers comfortable living with rustic charm. No TV but free WIFI available. The bedrooms are downstairs (the single room only suitable for a child) with the first floor being a wonderful open plan kitchen-dining living space with cathedral ceiling, beams and lots of light to appreciate the countryside views. There are four adult bicycles available for your enjoyment and free WiFi. Nearby attractions include golf, fishing, or just relax to the sound of a traditional Irish music night at the local pub.
Shop 5 miles. Pub 1 mile. Restaurant 5 miles. Beach 22 miles.
GF: 2 doubles, single (small single), shower room. FF: lounge, kitchen/diner.
Oil and gas central heating, electricity included, linen and towels included, No Smoking, stair gate, CD, freezer, microwave, w/machine, dryer, babysitting on request, internet access, hairdryer, welcome pack, locked shed available for storage, shared driveway, private off road parking, free bicycles available. Sorry no pets.
~ There is no television at this holiday home however there is free WiFi available.
~ There is a kennel and dog run available at the property but pets are not allowed in the house.
Ballymote is a market town with a small variety of shops, a restaurant, a SuperValu, a pharmacy, a Bank of Ireland and a library.
Tubbercurry is the second-largest town in Co. Sligo with a range of shops, three restaurants, three pubs, a pharmacy, a bank and a grocery shop.
Tubbercurry Golf Club; Eddie Hackett designed 9-hole parkland course with views of Croagh Patrick. Open throughout the year for daylight hours. Visitors welcome, green fee rates can be found online, catering facilities also available on-site.
Ballymote Castle; Well preserved Anglo-Norman castle ruins, open to the public, as is the nearby Franciscan Friary of Ballymote Abbey.
~Tubbercurry Western Drama Festival, held annually in April.
~South Sligo Summer School, celebration of traditional Irish music and dance held in the Summer.
~South Sligo Walking Festival, usually held in May, this event attracts hill walkers of all ages and abilities.
~Tubbercurry Old Fair Day Festival, five day festival celebrating old fair day.
~Sligo Jazz Festival, Sligo Jazz Project runs ths summer event, as well as other smaller local events throughout the year.
~Warriors Festival, 10 miles road and hill race. Fun walk and junior race are also held on te same day.
~Ireland's Folk, Root and Indie Festival, event held annually in October, a series of live music sessions.
Bird watching, Cycling 1 miles. Football Pitch, Childrens Playground 2 miles. Fishing - River, Fishing - Course, Fishing - Lake, Driving Range, Golf, Traditional Music 5 miles. Walking - Hill 10 miles.