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Teach Eamainn

Sligo, Sligo, F91 AX72


2km from Sligo


Meet your host…

Evelyn & Declan McPartland

A warm welcome awaits you at Teach Eamainn. I have been welcoming guests here for several years and I’m delighted to see so many return year after year. I will be on-hand to make sure your stay with us is both relaxed and stress-free. If required, I will be delighted to help with your itinerary plans to ensure that you get the most out of your stay in Teach Eamainn and Sligo.

Faughts (R278)
Calry
Off the R286
F91 AX72

Tucked away on 2 acres of stunning County Sligo land, Teach Eamainn offers relaxing home comforts and a welcoming atmosphere. With breathtaking views of the mountain that inspired W.B. Yeats, Ben Bulben, and the idyllic Sligo Bay, guests can unwind in the peaceful surroundings. Just 2km from Sligo town, visitors can get active with golf, horse riding, cycling and an array of water sports in the area. Top off a long day outdoors in one of the town’s many gourmet restaurants and vibrant local pubs. Pets are facilitated indoors and outdoors.

How to get here

Leave Sligo on the N16/T17 for Enniskillen/Manorhamilton passing Sligo General Hospital, IT college. Follow the signpost for Dromahair R286 after 0.50km, take a left for Calry. Teach Eamainn is on the left., near Sligo IT and Sligo General Hospital

Sat Nav: Lat (54.279683) - Long (-8.439817)

Facilities

  • Cycling
  • Fishing within 5kms
  • Golfing within 5kms
  • Hair Dryer
  • Internet Access
  • Ironing
  • No Smoking House
  • Private Car Park
  • TV in Bedroom
  • Walking
  • Wi-Fi

Customer Reviews

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Overall Score

8.6/10
Fabulous

 

Jan Blanchard

07 Aug 2018 
Review Score: 9/10

Declan greeted us warmly, gave us a tour and left us to it. Pretty view from the comfy self-serve tea room which had a nice variety of drinks and snacks. Easy cab ride into Sligo for a meal at Fiddler's Creek and some pints at Furey's. Easy sleep in the delightful quiet and a delicious hot breakfast with the BEST brown bread of the trip, bar none.

Thierry Monchal

22 Jul 2018 
Review Score: 8/10

Accueil très convivial, beaucoup d'humour de la part du propriétaire. Bons renseignements pour les visites à faire aux alentours. Décoration un peu chargé à notre goût. Petit déjeuner très copieux avec possibilité de goûter le saumon fumé local (très bon). Chambres spacieuses et propre.. Merci encore pour l’accueil !!

Noëlle & Michel

17 Jun 2018 
Review Score: 9/10

Very comfortable B & B, with a warm welcome and great breakfasts. Full of good advice to discover this beautiful corner of Ireland.Relatively close to Sligo, which can be reached on foot, with a great view of the surrounding mountains.

Thomas M Murphy

27 Nov 2017 
Review Score: 10/10

Great location close to town but felt more rural. Easy to get around Sligo. Rooms were warm and inviting. Food was very good and filling for a full day of sightseeing.

Serena

07 Nov 2017 
Review Score: 6/10

Big house, nice host and lovely daughter. Good tip going to Strandhill. Breakfast was good and tasty, but dishes were not all clean. Surely a mistake. I could deal with it easily, but my man had a problem with it and did not feel comfortable. Furniture in our room was old and dust was seen around inside and outside our room. There were two hairs and stains in our bed at lifting blankets. We unfortunately did not sleep well on the matress, but this was in some of the B&B on our trip. Other guests showered after 11 PM although it was forbidden and made a lot of noise outside their room without paying attention to other guests.

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