About this listing
Un lugar precioso en Sligo aen el Nor Oeste de Irlanda.
The cabin is only 40 mins from Knock airport ( Ireland West airport) and is nestled in a beautiful, mature yet private garden.
It is an ideal space for those looking for rest, quiet, peace and easy access to many amenities in Sligo and Mayo in the North West of Ireland. It is located half way between Ballisadare in Sligo and Ballina in Mayo on the slopes of the Ox Montains with stunning views of Queen Maebh’s mountain - Knocknarea and Ben Bulben.
Made entirely of wood, this quaint garden cabin with stove and electric heating offers a retreat space for artists, writers and lovers of the outdoors. It is a beautiful quiet, meditative space where the sound of the stream, birdsong, sheep and cattle grazing and the wind whistling through the surrounding trees are the only sounds that can be heard. It is 10 minutes from the sea where surfing, body boarding and cliff walks abound and there are also many beautiful walks easily accessible.
Sligo town is 30 minutes away and the sacred sites of Carrowmore, Carrowkeel and Heapstown are also within 30 minutes.
Basic cooking is possible and the bathroom is close- by in the house. Should you wish a light breakfast or lunch ( 5 euros extra) you are welcome to join me in the kitchen.
Should you wish to stay Thursday to Monday the fee reduces to 110 euros per person for the 4 nights.
Additional sleeping accomodation is possible in the cabin for children or other adults. It can sleep 4 people comfortably.
There is a very lovable cat and dog on the property and foxes, herons and beautiful birds may well come and visit.
The cabin is 10 mins from the sea and close to the Ox Mountains which are ideal for walkers.
There is a superimarket 15 mins away and shops close by
You will need a car to stay here. There is limited public transport only
You are very welcome to the cabin and it's surrounding and there are no house rules except please respect this space. I am honoured to share this place with many other - than human "inhabitants" who have taught me much about sharing the space and recognising our mutual dependence. Please therefore enjoy this place and inhabit it with loving kindness and respect. Thank you.