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Seashore

Ballisodare, Sligo, F91 HT38


4km from Ballisodare


Meet your host…

Ann Campbell

I Introduce myself as Ann Campbell and operate Seashore Bed&Breakfast for the last no of years, where it has been sharing its scenic views and its natural beauty with its guests. I hope you come to stay at Seashore and have a lasting memory, and that you tell your friends about this lovely place. see you soon ann

Off Ballina Road (N59)
Lisduff
Ballisodare
F91 HT38

Seashore is attractive 4 star home operated by Ann Campbell
On a 3 acre site with a small sheep farm, 4km from Ballisodare, on the Wild  Atlantic Way, 12 km from Sligo, 50 metres on the edge of Ballisodare Bay, a salt marsh and special area of conservation that boasts view of Knocknarea, reputed to be home of Queen Meave’s tomb.

Guests come for the view and stay for the hospitality, Surrounded by a landscape garden  with patio area. The sitting room has a adjoining conservatory where guests enjoy breakfast that boasts view of the Ox Mountains, Ballisodare Bay, Sheep grazing in Field. Telescope to see the other residents of the area; for enthusiast birdwatchers.

A selection of Books for reading. Tea and coffee facility.  A morning walk along the bank a raised stone wall built in the 19th century, will whet your appetite for breakfast. All rooms are en-suite. The WB Yeats room overlooking Knocknarea is highly recommended. Tennis Court on site. Winner of AA Red Diamond Awards and AA Highly Recommended Awards. Recommended in National Geographic Traveller Ireland.

Ideal location to explore Sligo. Carrowmore Megalithic tombs and knocknarea are 20 minutes drive.  A self drive tour of Lough Gill provides a plethora of poetic sights. There are numerous walking routes as well as opportunities for cycling , angling, golfing and horse riding.

Other local attractions, W.B.Yeats Grave at Drumcliffe
Breeogue Pottery , Wild Rose Waterbury on Lough Gill,  Voya Seaweed Baths.

How to get here

Travelling south of Sligo on the N4, take exit S1 (N59) towards Ballysadare. In Ballysadare on the bridge take N59 Ballina Road (Wild Atlantic Way route). Travel 4km on the N59, a sign for Seashore is clearly visible on the right. Turn right 600m down this road. Seashore is on the right.

Travelling from Dublin on the N4, take a first left on the second roundabout in Collooney and take the R290 to travel to Ballysadare. Take the N59 (Wild Atlantic Way route) and travel 4km on this road. Seashore's sign is clearly visible on the right. Turn right 600m down this road. Seashore is on the right.

 

Sat Nav: Lat (54.2086) - Long (-8.5731)

  • Adventure Seekers
  • Golfers

Facilities

  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Fishing within 5kms
  • Golfing within 5kms
  • Hair Dryer
  • Horse Riding
  • Internet Access
  • Ironing
  • No Smoking House
  • Private Car Park
  • Satellite
  • TV in Bedroom
  • Wi-Fi

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Overall Score

9.4/10
Superb

 

corine schuster

17 Aug 2018 
Review Score: 10/10

Very welcoming. Beautiful home and scenery. Delicious breakfast. Ann was very helpful w/ travel plans.

Emily

10 Aug 2018 
Review Score: 10/10

Ann was a wonderful host as was her help, Diana. They gave local tips such as visiting Maeve's Cairn, which you can see from the kitchen window on the top of Knocknarea. They also made sure we had everything needed to be comfortable on our vacation. The view was amazing, the room was spotless and I had the best nights sleep of my whole trip! Thank you again for a wonderful visit.

Anat and Yuval

09 Aug 2018 
Review Score: 10/10

We enjoyed our stay at the B&B. Ann was very welcoming and helpful. The view from the dining area is very beautiful. and the room was nice and comfortable. We recommend visiting Strandhill which is a short drive away.

Levi & Jenny

23 Jul 2018 
Review Score: 10/10

My husband and I had a wonderful stay at this B & B. Ann was so warm and welcoming and took time to tell us about the area and Ireland in general as this was our first trip here. Also, breakfast was delicious! The view in the dining room is beautiful. We could've stayed longer. Would definitely recommend and definitely come back. Thanks again, Ann!

Tom

23 Jul 2018 
Review Score: 7/10

Perfectly situated near the coastline, perfect for a calm and silent stay, even some Sheeps on the Area. Good equipped rooms, bathroom well maintained. Very good Breakfast, we were asked for our personal preferences. highly recommended.

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