Lios na Sli

Lios na Sli

Superb four bedroom bungalow overlooking Donegal bay, Teelin Harbour and Slieve League. Located in the very scenic south-west Donegal. On over an acre of professionally landscaped grounds. Ideal base for touring Co. Donegal. The wonderful gardens overlook Teelin Bay, which is nestled between the gardens and Slieve League. Must be seen to be appreciated!

4 bedrooms to sleep 6-8

  • 1 x ground floor bedroom with 2 single beds
  • 1 x ground floor bedroom with 1 double bed and en-suite
  • 1 x ground floor bedroom with 1 double bed and en-suite (disabled)
  • 1 x ground floor bedroom with 1 double bed and en-suite

Bathroom with bath and plumbed in shower

Main living room has open fireplace

Fitted kitchen – separate dining area with table and chairs

1 x Electric hob and oven

Microwave and fridge.

Utility Room: Washing machine & Tumble dryer, Freezer

Outside clothes line, iron and ironing board

Oil fired central heating

House has double-glazing & treble glazing

TV and Open Fire.

Superb four bedroom bungalow overlooking Donegal bay, Teelin Harbour and Slieve League. Located in the very scenic south-west Donegal. On over an acre of professionally landscaped grounds. Ideal base for touring Co. Donegal. The wonderful gardens overlook Teelin Bay, which is nestled between the gardens and Slieve League. Must be seen to be appreciated!


Spectacular landscaped grounds incorporating a private area for sun bathing. Incorporating natural stone seats and incorporating a good variety of native plants, the gardens were designed to achieve a natural feel. There are also megalithic artefacts in the Kilcar and Carrick area and the gardens at the house in fact overlook a Cashel or ring fort.
There are 2 convenience stores located in Carrick, which is c.1.6 km (1 mile) from the house . For more general shopping, there are a variety of shops in Killybegs which is c.16.5 km (10 miles away) or Donegal town, which is 45km (28 miles) from the house.

About the Location:

  • Aspect: The house  is situated on an elevated position in south-west Donegal between Killybegs and Glencolmcille. It overlooks Donegal Bay to the south and Teelin Bay to the west. The cliffs of North Mayo are clearly visible on clear days.
  • Mountain: Slieve League is within a mile of the house (as the crow flies) on the opposite side of Teelin Bay to the house and gardens. Slieve League is 595 meters in height and is regarded as the highest sea cliffs in Europe.
  • Traditional Music: This area of Donegal is among the best in the Ireland for traditional music. It has a particularly rich tradition of fiddle playing and festivals are hosted in Glencolmcille in July and August of each year while Carrick hosts a traditional festival at the end of October in each year.
  • Gaelteacht (Irish speaking area): The wider area is classified by Irish governmental agencies as a Gaelteacht (Irish speaking area), though everyone speaks English too. Irish language courses are run throughout the summer in Glencolmcille, which is about 6 miles from the house.
  • Scenery: This area of Donegal is one of the most beautiful areas in Ireland with notable wildlife and animals, which are sadly no longer seen or heard in other parts of the country. The Skylark and Cuckoo are but two of the many birds which frequent the area. Of particular note are the areas of Muckross Point, Carrick, Meenaneary and Glencolmcille.
  • Beaches: A small beach is situate to the south of the house and located about a mile away. Also of note is Silver Strand at Malin Beg (west of Slieve League on the Glencolmcille side of the mountain). Note too Fintra beach which is situate between Killybegs and Kilcar.
  • Hill Walking & Cycling: With so many lovely mountains and hills in South West Donegal such as Slieve League to the west of the house, the hills around Glencolmcille, Muckross Point near Kilcar, there is no shortage of hill walks. Errigal Mountain in the northern part of the county is also recommended. Note O.S. Discovery series map 10.
  • Boat Trips: from Teelin bay around Slieve League are available for sightseers and anglers.
  • Sea Fishing: There are numerous points for sea-fishing in this area from Killybeggs right around to Glencolmcille. The local pier at Teelin is recommended.
  • Restaurants: Killybeggs, Glencolmcille (seasonal), Carrick: bar.
  • Glencolmcille: Is world famous for its wealth of Archaeology. Monuments include standing stones, a Martello tower, old graveyards, and a folk museum village; the brainchild of the late Rev. Fr. James McDyre. Glencolmcille took its name from the Irish St. Colmcille 521 AD.


Traditional Music:
The main locations for music are:

1.     Glencolmcille: Is particularly famous for its fiddle playing and hosts a fiddle school at the end of July every year. Traditional music is a feature in the public houses of Glencolmcille throughout the year and particularly so in the summer months. Glencolmcille is situated about 6 miles west of the house.

2.     Carrick: Traditional music festival held at the end of October of each year. Music is also played on various nights in the public houses in Carrick throughout the year. Carrick is situate c.1 mile from the house

3.     Kilcar: is the 1st village that the visitor encounters after leaving Killybegs. Kilcar also has a vibrant music scene, especially during the summer months. It is situate about 5 miles from the house to the east.

4.     Teelin: “The Rusty” public house is world famous for its music. Teelin is situate about a mile across the bay from the house and is about 3-4 miles by road.

5.     Meenaneary: is a small village situate to the north of the house and hosts its own music festival in June of each year.


Gaelteacht (Irish speaking area):

The Gaelteacht covers extensive parts of counties Donegal, Mayo, Galway and Kerry – all on the Western seaboard – and also parts of counties Cork, Meath and Waterford. Although all of the Gaelteacht population speaks English, these are the only parts of Ireland where Irish is still spoken as a community language. The preservation of the Gaelteacht as an Irish-speaking community has been regarded by successive Governments, as of utmost importance since the foundation of the State. Not only does the Gaelteacht present on opportunity to naturally maintain the continuity of the Irish tradition, but also provides the ideal environment for the people who wish to become proficient in the Irish language.

What’s Included and Tariffs

  • Included: Bed linen provided
  • Included: Towel allocation provided
  • Included: Segregated recycling facilities (everything must be rinsed to prevent contamination)
  • Included: Welcome pack


Extra:     Electricity is operated by €2 coins. This is full on arrival and should be left full on departure.

  • Extra: Heating oil is metered, the cost of which is passed on, on a per liter basis.
  • Extra: Un-segregated Waste.
  • Refundable Damage Deposit: €200

Cong Holiday Let

A beautiful 5 bedroom detached, secluded, private property yet only 5 minutes walk from Cong village.

Riverside setting with private fishing and access to river for kayaking and swimming – equipment provided in season. Guests can walk from the property and not have to cross a road or footpath as tracks and woodland are in close proximity. Ideal rural retreat irrespective of the time of year.

5 Bedrooms – 4 double ensuite and 1 twin ensuite. This property can accommodate 10 people.

There is a private enclosed garden complete with garden furniture and a bbq.

Towels are included in the rental price.

Babysitting is available on request.

The house is on an historic, landscaped site and only a stroll from the village with shop, pubs, restaurants and cafes.

Nearby are the impressive grounds of Cong Abbey with walks graded for all abilities.

Utilities extra and are payable on site.  Please note there is a fully refundable security deposit payable in cash on arrival of €500

Please contact the office on 061 335799 for availability  and reservations.

2019 weekly rates

May – Aug €1150 per week

Sept -Oct  €910 per week

From Galway take the N84 to Headford. From Headford take the R334 to Cross. At Cross take a left turn on to the R346 to Cong.

From Castlebar take the N84 to Ballinrobe then the R334 to the Neale. Just after the Neale take a right turn on to the R345 to Cong


Abbey Court Lodges 5 bed

The Abbey Court Hotel are proud to boast 23 luxuriously designed Deluxe Lodges offering guests the freedom to relax in style and luxury. The Abbey Court Lodges offer a unique and exciting way to enjoy the luxury of The Hotel’s 4 star service and facilities including full use of the state of the art Trinity Leisure Centre while at the same time enjoying a self–catering break.The Rugrats Kids Club is free and available to junior lodge guests during holiday periods, while staying in one the best family friendly hotels  in Tipperary. The Abbey Court hotel and Lodges can also offer a drop in crèche service throughout the day and for your added convenience can arrange in room babysitting.


Each luxurious lodge is located just a short stroll from the hotel and designed to give a special living space, airy and bright, yet warm modern and comfortable. On the long summer evenings dine or relax outdoors in the enclosed wooden–decked rear garden complete with garden furniture while the kids play.The Abbey Court Lodges are the ideal choice for self–catering in Tipperary – a place where magical moments and experiences happen for you and your family!


Please contact the office 061 335799 for rates and availability.

Ionadsiul, Glencolmcille, Co Donegal

Our rooms come in single, double, twin and family rooms all with ensuite bathrooms. All linen is provided free of charge. There is a communal kitchen, dining, and lounge area for our residents’ use. We also provide free broadband internet access for all our guests.

Our building consists of the following

1 large lounge area
1 modern fully fitted out kitchen
1 dining area
3 double rooms incorporating 1 double bed with ensuite
1 family room incorporating 1 double and 2 single beds with ensuite
8 twin rooms incorporating 1 double and 1 single bed with ensuite

We are situated at the western extremity of the Sliabh Liag peninsula, in the wonderfully remote parish of Glencolmcille. In a landscape of timeless beauty lies the remnants of ancient past-pagan and Christian, rooted in quiet contemplation on hillside, valley, bog and isle.

The area hosts approximately eighty documented archaeological sites spanning a period of 5000 years including important examples of virtually all monument types known nationally.

Situated at the western extremity of the Slieve League (Sliabh Liag) Peninsula in the South-West of County Donegal, lies the wonderfully remote parish of Glencolmcille (Gleann Cholmlle/Glencolumbkille). Glencolmcille can be reached by the following routes:

From Dublin via Cavan, Enniskillen N3 From Dublin via Sligo N4 – N15 From Galway via Sligo N17 – N15 From Belfast via Enniskillen M1 – A4 – A46 Driving Time to Glencolmcille: Dublin to Glencolmcille – 4.5 hours approximately.

Galway to Glencomcille – 4 hours approximately.
Belfast to Glencolmcille – 3.5 hours approximately
Derry to Glencolmcille – 2 hours approximately.

By coach – services operate to/from Glencolmcille offering connections to Dublin, Galway and Belfast. Services are through McGeehans and Bus Eireann By rail – the nearest railway station is Sligo, which has frequent services to/from Dublin. McGeehans and Bus Eireann run services from Dublin to Glencolmcille, County Donegal with a direct daily service at 6.00 pm. You can find information on McGeehan coaches, timetable and costs at their site McGeehans or phone (074) 9546150, prefix with 00 353 if calling from outside Ireland. Bus pick up at the Central Bus Station, Dublin traveling to Glencolmcille, County Donegal. You can find information on Bus Eireann’s timetable and costs at their site Bus Eireann, email: or contact Bus Eireann Donegal on (074) 97 21101. Note that there are extra services on Fridays. Bus Information – Galway to Donegal: Feda O’Donnell – phone 074 95 48114. For more information contact (074) 95 48114 or visit their website at Fedaodonnell.

By Air – Airport Information Nearest airports are at Sligo, Donegal International (Carrickfinn) and Knock International. Belfast International and city airports are only 3½ hours away and Dublin International Airport is only 4.5 hours away. Derry Airport is 2 hours away. Dublin Airport – visit their site at Dublin Airport Shannon Airport – visit their site at Shannon Airport Northern Ireland Belfast City at Belfast City Airport; Belfast International at Belfast Airport; City of Derry Airport at City of Derry (airport is 100km from Glencolmcille). Flights from the UK and Channel Islands come into all these airports. Check out British Midlands, British Airways, Ryanair, Jersey European

Carraig House

Carraig House is a beautifully located modern house set amidst the most breathtaking scenery in Ireland. Carraig house is about a 25 minute walk (1.1 miles) away from Dingle Town yet it is in a lovely secluded and tranquil location (away from the hustle and bustle of the Town!) The sitting room is very comfortable. There is 50 inch flat screen television in the sitting room with satellite channels including Sky Sports.

Bedrooms are large and beautifully appointed with wonderful views of the sea and mountains. There are 7 bedrooms in all, accommodating up to 18 people comfortably. This is the ideal property for a large family or perhaps 3-4 families going away together. Carraig House has 6 X spacious double rooms; Main house; 4 double room with two ensuite, one twin room, one single fold out bed, one double fold out bed & two bathrooms. The garage which was converted to an apartment has one double room, one triple room & one bathroom.

5 Double bedrooms, 1 twin room and 1 triple room, accommodates 15 people plus Double & single futon bed for children
1 large sitting room
1 large kitchen and dining area
5 bathrooms
2 open stone fires
private parking
1 story (children friendly)
Kitchen equipped with washing machine, clothes dryer, dishwasher, microwave, modern cooker
Wireless broadband
50 inch plasma TV
Sky digital (includes sky sports
Pet friendly (heated garage ideal for pets)
Play station 2 & 3
Dvd players and dvds
Linen and towels provided

Baby sitting services also available on request


This property is a 7 bedroom, two storey house, newly built to a very high standard with two bathrooms, two showers and a walk in shower, three bedrooms are en-suite and also has a conservatory.It is very spacious and open plan with turf fires.It is situated just off the main Manorhamilton / Sligo Road (N16). The house overlooks a Salmon River and Mountains to the rear.”


Directions: Coming from Sligo – take the N16 towards Manorhamilton. Just before you get to Manorhamilton take a right turn, sign posted to Dromahair. Take the second road on the right and it is the house on the left.

Pontoon House

Pontoon House is a magnificent traditional stone dormer bungalow, situated on a 1 acre elevated site overlooking Lough Cullin and nestled between the Nephin and Ox Mountains just outside Pontoon, County Mayo. The house enjoys views that are some of the most scenic and spectacular in Ireland. This purpose built 4-star self-catering accommodation offers all modern luxuries together with comfort and style and is an ideal base for exploring County Mayo and other areas in the West of Ireland including counties Clare, Galway, Sligo and Donegal.

There is a superb overall atmosphere both in the house and around the area with total peace & tranquility where one can enjoy lovely lazy country walks, 2 superb restaurants with in 3km form the house and fishing on the doorstep.

Traditional stone dormer bungalow superbly furnished & equipped.

Pontoon house is constructed of original stone, tastefully designed with extensive use of wood and set on a rocky outcrop overlooking Lough Cullin with nature’s backdrop of a granite hill, boulders, heather, silver birch and mountain ash. The bedrooms have stunning views of the lakes, their islands and mountains.

Bedrooms – 3 Double Ensuite Bedrooms
1 Twin Room which comprises bunk beds
1 Single Room

Family Bathroom – (includes shower & bath)
Kitchen fully equipped – (includes microwave, fridge/freezer, electric cooker, washing machine, drier, iron, ironing board, dishwasher and all crockery/cutlery/saucepans)
Utility Room
Large open-plan Dining/Living Room with feature fireplace, overlooked by loft style play area

Flatscreen TV / DVD/Video player / Music System
All floors have a white oak finish

Fully furnished accommodation
Oil fired Central Heating
All bed linen supplied
Electricity and Heating oil included in price
Pay Telephone and Internet connection on site – extra charge
Timer heating immersion and electric shower
‘Pontoon House’ Welcome pack on arrival


3km from Healys Hotel Pontoon take the R310 for Castlebar from Pontoon for 2km, turn left for Parke follow the road for 0.5km and turn left before 1st stone cottage you meet into the village of Bunduvowen, house 0.5km down the village on the right hand side

Holiday Cottages Ireland & Vacation Rentals | Pontoon | Mayo | Ireland

The Stables, Culduff Cottages

The Stables is a beautifully restored 19th Century stone self catering cottage, located on a 100 acre working farm in Foxford, Co Mayo.

The Cottage has 4 ensuite bedrooms and can sleep up to 8 people.Located in a peaceful, rural setting, The Stables is a perfect base from which to tour the counties Mayo, Sligo and Galway, and the wider west coast of Ireland.

It is situated on a 100 acre, working farm and visitors can enjoy superb views over the surrounding bogland, lakes mountains while relaxing in serene surroundings.The Stables has been lovingly restored and refurbished to the highest standards to create a comfortable and cosy selfcatering cottage.

The cottage has 4 bedrooms – all of which have ensuite bathrooms – one double bedroom, two twin bedrooms and a bedroom with single bed and pull out bed. (Three of the bedrooms are located on the ground floor ).The open plan living area has a fully equipped kitchen with oven and hob, microwave, fridge freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer, and dining table, while the living area is comfortably furnished with TV and open fire place.  There is also a bait, tackle and freezer room. Electric blankets are also supplied. This family friendly cottage also has a childrens playroom.

Located 30 minute drive from Enniscrone Beach ( 3 miles of Beautiful Sandy Beach ).
RATES 2020
May –        €475.00 per week
June –       €525.00 per week
July –        €575.00 per week
August –   €650.00 per week
Sept –      €475.00 per week

Outside peak months (June – August) the cottages can be rented for shorter periods such as a long weekend, mini break or mid week stay.

  • Arrival time after 15:00
  • Departure time by 10:00
  • Well behaved pets allowed with prior agreement.  Pet fee is €25 per pet
  • Electricity and heating oil included in rates quoted
  • Towels and linen included in rates quoted
  • Cot and high chair available at no extra cost
  • Upon arrival, keys can be collected at the property
  • Rentals are Saturday – Saturday for June, July, August



Directions from Dublin Airport: Travel Time by rd Approx 3 hrs, Approx 130 miles   Exit Dublin Airport following signs for M1 Motorway. Take M1 Motorway south towards Dublin exiting at the M50 junction and proceed south on the M50 Motorway. Exit M50 Motorway at junction 7 following signs for THE WEST (N4,N5,N6).  Continue forward until you arrive at the town of Longford. You will need to go into the town of Longford to proceed further West on the N5, road may be signposted WESTPORT which is the final town at the end of N5. you will cross the River Shannon to the west of Longford and road quality will generally deteriorate after this. The next town is Strokestown, you will need to turn left at the roundabout in the centre of town. Proceed straight on the road with no deviation until you reach the town of Ballaghaderreen. In Ballaghaderreen, at the top of the town after the road swings left you will need to turn right to continue on the N5. At this point you are approx, a half hour away from the cottages. Continue on N5 bypassing the town of Charlestown and arrive on bypass on the outskirts of Swinford. Turn right off the bypass and enter the town of Swinford. At bottom of town pass underneath the railway bridge in direction of Foxford/Ballina. Approx 2 miles out you will pass the River Moy. Approx 1 mile further on after a straight stretch on the road you will need to take a sharp turn to the right. ( At this point there may be a road sign pointing to the left saying TOOMORE), at top of hill turn right and the entrance to the cottages is down about 100 yards.

Castlecove (WCH)

Castlecove Holiday Homes are situated in an ideal location just 5 mins walk from Enniscrone town centre in Co. Sligo. Castlecove is a lovely development of luxury self catering holiday homes laid out in a series of private cul-de-sacs. Each house provides spacious accommodation, sleeping 7/8 people.

The houses feature 1 double room and 2 double/single bedrooms, one of which is ensuite.

These houses are just a few minutes walk to Enniscrone’s beautiful sandy blue flag beach.

Utilities are charged extra as per our terms and conditions.

Local Activities:Seaweed Baths Beaches & Surfing, Horse Riding, Fishing,Playgrounds, Golf, Waterpark & Spa

Holiday Homes Ireland Vacation Rentals | Enniscrone | Sligo | Ireland


From Dublin : Via N4 to Longford, N5 to Swinford, N26 toBallina via Foxford. From Belfast: Via M1 to Dungannon, A4 to Belco, N14 to Sligo, N59 to Ballina. From Shannon: N19/N18 via Ennis to Claregalwey, N17 to Claremorris via Tuam, N58 to Foxford, N26 to Ballina. From Cork: N20 via Mallow to Limerick, N18 via Ennis to Claregalway, N17 to Claremorris via Tuam, N58 to Foxford, N26 to Ballina.In Enniscrone From Ballina : go through the town, pass the Benbulbin Hotel on right hand side, take next turn right into Castlecove Holiday Homes. From Sligo: at the beginning of the town pass Fire Station on right hand side drive 500mt approx and turn left into Castlecove Holiday Homes.


A charming Dormer style town house situated on a quiet street only 3 minutes walk from the town centre of Lismore. An Excellent hub from which to explore the West Waterford/East Cork Regions.

The house provides spacious, comfortable accommodation comprising 2 double, 2 single bedrooms with master bedroom ensuite and a 4ft double downstairs, sleeping 7/8 people. The main bathroom is upstairs and there is another WC and shower downstairs. The living accommodation comprises of a large lounge with a hand crafted raised open fire place, utility room and a large kitchen diner which opens onto the beautiful sunny south facing patio and enclosed garden. A home from home with all the conveniences you need close at hand.


From Cork direction coming from Fermoy on the N72, enter the 50kph zone after 300 yards turn very sharp 1st right into Ballyanchor Rd, (School Rd) then take 1st left onto New Street 150 yards. House on right 200 yards down. From Waterford direction from Dungarvan follow the N72 over the bridge and past Lismore Castle, enter the town and you must stop at monument by the hotel. Turn right and take 1st left after 150 yards at West End Bar into Lower New Street, follow on turning right up hill. House on left 200 yards up Rd.