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Booking is easy through Airbnb
Our guests have sole occupancy during their stay with us. So whether you are 1 person or a group of 4, our house is your house to feel relaxed and comfortable. We can accommodate up to 4 people (and a baby), with one double room, a twin room and a cot, and we include a delicious full Irish breakfast. We understand that everyone is different, some guests like to do their own thing and use us as a base to explore Sligo and all the wonderful attractions the county has to offer; others are intrigued with the history of the house and the lineage of the O'Hara family; and others just want peace and quiet to switch off from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Whatever the reason you choose to stay with us, we will endeavour to make it as enjoyable and memorable as we can.
'Exactly as described and reviewed. Gracious, knowledgeable, hosts and awesome dogs, (a highlight for our kids who missed their animals while being on vacation for a week.) The grounds are beautiful and the history of the estate is fascinating. We would love to stay again but spend more time there. Great location to head out from to explore in every direction'.
'Endroit tout à fait authentique et rempli d'histoire. Rencontrer les propriétaires des lieux, partager leurs vies pour un jour ou deux et se faire raconter l'histoire des artéfacts est vraiment l'expérience AirBnB. Encore une fois, avoir su la richesse de cette expérience, nous serions restés plus d'un soir. Merci à Nicola et Duncan pour leur accueil. Si on revient dans le coin, c'est certain qu'on réserve ici !'
This place is unbelievable. I have never stayed anywhere that can even compare to the uniqueness, originality, and history of Nicola and her husband’s place. I was so sad to have to leave early due to a tight itinerary. If you’re thinking of staying here, book two nights and spend one day just relaxing here... maybe in the middle of seeing the south and the north. Nicola was super friendly and helpful. 100% recommend.
'The opportunity to share in the history and experience of staying in such an interesting ancestral home is not to be missed. We enjoyed the warm hospitality extended to us by Nicola and Durcan. A wonderful gateway to the Wild Atlantic Way having arrived at Knock airport. We have all fallen in love with Ireland and will make the trip an annual event.’