Award winning Eco Retreat

Award winning Eco Retreat




Mar 2016

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 7
1 Bathrooms

About our home

Our Eco Cabins are set in 6 acres of stunning wild West of Ireland landscape. Designed by one of Irelands leading sustainable architects, the cabins are comfortable, beautifully decorated with antique and handmade furniture, eco paints, pellet stoves, deck, and bbq. Onsite you can book to use the sauna and hot tub, have a massage and take part in scheduled yoga classes. The historic village of Dromahair is 1 mile away and the quiet country lanes are great for walking. In the village there are shops, pubs and restaurant. Locally you can canoe, kayak and SUP Lough Gill and maybe set foot on the Lake Isle of Inish Free. The nearest bigger town is 12 miles away and has supermarkets, cinema, theatre, surfing, lots of stunning beaches. This is a great base if you want to explore the West and further up North


More about us

  1. We have two boys 17 and 12 and we love to travel, usually around Easter time and in late July

  2. Noeleen is a yoga teacher and Brendan is a salesman

  3. We love music, biking, hiking, surfing and of course yoga

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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
In the viallage we have very good pub food at the Riverbank plus are very nice small restaurant Lunat
Cool bars
There are 4 pubs in the village. These are family run pubs, the real Irish Pub, quite a cultural experience. The Guiness here is the best in the world.
Cozy cafés
Sligo town is close by (12 miles). The cafe culture is very much alive and of a very high standard. My favorite is the vegan cafe Sweet Beat
Retail therapy
Sligo has lots of small family owned shops and big stores too. Both Belfast and Galway is a 2 hour drive , Dublin is 2.5-3hours
Bit of culture
Nothing but culture. The area is steeped in ancient sacred sites, great music, theatres, festivals and lots more
Walks in the park
We live in a very quiet area where you can walk 2- 3 miles on country lanes and never meet a car. We have woods, beaches
Spot of exercise
Great cycling, mountain hiking, kayaking, SUPPING, surfking area
Day tripping
Giants Causeway, various mountain climbing, Westport, Galway, Coney Island, Belfast, Derry,

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