The owners of No.11 Sean and Mary know how precious holiday time with your family is and have designed this home with that in mind. Guests who stay come back time after time. This year you could be the first guests to enjoy this newly renovated home, featuring a Canadian inspired post and beam sun & relaxation room. With a comfy couch and floor to ceiling windows to ensure you spoil yourself in what only can be described as a heavenly retreat. On your doorstep the private exterior patio area is an ideal surrounding to host a barbecue, dine al-fresco under the sun or stars, sun bath or catch up on your reading while listening to the ripples of the Ballawaddy river.
Prices from 450 euros per week. June - 700 euros. July/August - 850 per week.
Weekends - 2 nights 400 euros
Weekends - 3 nights 450 euros
Christmas / Easter 600 euros per week
Bank holiday weekend 500 euros
The Sligo Region
Sligo city has much to offer the cosmopolitan style seeker. With an array of stylish bars, restaurants and hotels to chooses from as well as great shopping- you will not fall short of things to do.
Sligo is rampant with history from the famous Yeats county, mountains such as Ben Bulbin, Castles and beaches- plently of opportunities to explore the past life and the great outdoors.
The Seaside town of Enniscrone, Co. Sligo is the perfect choice for your family holiday destination in Ireland. Enniscrone boasts 5km of sandy white beach, Waterpoint Aqua Park, Surf Schools, 18 hole championship golf course, Horse Riding, Golf, Kiddies Playground and crazy golf & much more.
Eating out could not be more enjoyable in Enniscrone, with a great variety of restaurants, pub-grub & take- away's, offering fine dining for all the family.
Situated near the county border with Mayo, just 10 km from Ballina and 56km from Sligo, the towns location makes it the perfect base for exploring counties Sligo and Mayo, some of Ireland's most beautiful counties.
Kilcullen's Seaweed Baths:
Kilcullen's Bath House is situated in the village of Enniscrone.
As the name suggests it is a bath full of hot sea water with seaweed added but to confine the answer to a factual description is to do a great injustice to what it is, to the thousands of people who enjoy it, the ultimate bathing experience ....
Imagine that you are immersed in an enormous bath, luxuriating in expensive bath oils. as you relax you experience weightlessness .. you are floating in a tranquil amber tinted sea of unashamed luxury ...... You are enjoying the unique experience that is a Seaweed Bath. The silky oils are those extracted from seaweed by a simple process, nothing is added, nothing is taken away - simply natures best. The water in your bath is seawater pumped in from the unpolluted seawaters of the Atlantic that lap in the shore just a stones throw away from your bathroom.
The amber tint in the water is caused by the extraction of iodine from the seaweed, one of natures richest sources of this therapeutic element.
June - 595
July/August - 750
Easter/Christmas - 600
September/Oct/Nov - 450