Bed & Breakfast - Entire home/apt · Easky House, Easkey County, Sligo, Ireland

200 year old boutique countryhouse set on 9 acres of land overlooking one of Ireland's best surf breaks. Have a relaxing evening by the open fireplace, a glass of wine in the private bar or a game of pool.

Your host, Molly
19 Reviews
Response rate: 100%
Response time: within an hour

200 year old boutique countryhouse set on 9 acres of land overlooking one of Ireland's best surf breaks. Have a relaxing evening by the open fireplace, a glass of wine in the private bar or a game of pool.

The Space

It has taken 10 years to restore this beautiful house! There are five en suite bedrooms all with king size antique beds and open fireplaces. Breakfasts include fruit salad, muesli, yogurt and traditional Irish breakfasts made with locally sourced produce . Dinner available upon request.

Guest Access

Lounge room, pool table and private bar (with honesty box). House set on 9 acres of beautiful land with stunning sea views - lovely for a walk - or to listen to the birds - very private but only 1 km from Easky village.

Interaction with Guests

We are very easy going and open hosts - the house is big so guests can enjoy their privacy.

The Neighborhood

Easky is best known for its amazing surf. Bring your board or surfing lessons available!
Enjoy a walk or run along the breathtaking Atlantic coastline right outside our door.
Golf at Enniscrone - a famous links course.
Great pub food at the Pilot Bar - they make the most amazing seafood chowder!
Traditional Seaweed Baths a must - heated salt water straight from the ocean, steaming seaweed, and sauna - amazing!
Easky River is a private salmon fishing river available for use on day/week rates.
Breathtaking Ox mountains and Lough Easky are only a few minutes drive away - incredible for a ramble.
During summer traditional Irish music on thursday nights in the local McGowan's Pub.
Or - just stay in and enjoy the house!

Getting around

The best way to reach us is by car. The house is set well off the road so plenty of parking space!
Easky is reachable by public transport - there is a bus service twice daily.
Nearest train station - Sligo (30min)
Nearest airport - Knock (45min)

Other Things to Note

Airport or train station pick up available on request.

Room type: Entire home/apt
Accommodates: 12
Bedrooms: 6
Bathrooms: 6
Beds: 6
Extra people: $49 / night after 2 guests
Weekly Price: $589 /week
Monthly Price: $1753 /month
Security Deposit: $140
Cleaning Fee: $14
Check In: 2:00 PM
Check Out: 11:00 AM
Cancellation: Strict

Overall Guest Satisfaction

Check In
  • As my first Airbnb stay, this is exactly what I'd hoped for. It's not a run-of-the-mill bed and breakfast but an individual, beautiful house lived in by welcoming individuals. The house is spectacular - it'(email hidden) house that has been restored by carefully and sympathetically. Molly's welcome and concern that everything was OK (when in fact everything was wonderful) was palpable, and we had great chats in the sunshine and by the fire.
    If you're looking (email hidden) and a sterile hotel, this might not be the place for you. If you're looking for character, you'll get it in bucketloads.

    July 2014
  • We had a fantastic stay. The house is huge and beautiful, great location, amazing breakfasts and some wonderful nights by the fire and the very well stocked honesty bar. Great company!
    We can't wait to go back!

    June 2014
  • This home has been beautifully restored, with intricate plaster ceilings and antique rugs and furniture. The bed was very comfortable, nice linens, bath with a modern shower, and wifi hotspot was provided to ensure a good signal. I didn't notice the "smoking allowed" when I booked (this being a rare feature these days), and would have chosen differently had I seen this: a long term renter in the house is a smoker, which makes the common areas less appealing. The age of the home and surrounding trees meant for some eerie noise at night when the Easkey winds kicked up, might want to consider this if you are a light sleeper. Molly prepared a wonderful breakfast, and as we had to leave early after our second night, left a continental breakfast for us to enjoy before our departure. Guests should note that this house is unmarked, so get a look at photo before you travel there, and knock loudly as the host did not hear us on our first arrival. The location is somewhat remote, but a reasonable drive to Innishcrone, where Molly referred us (email hidden), restaurant and the seaweed baths. The age of the home and its restoration provide a lot of interest, unfortunately the host may have been experiencing end-of-season burnout, because he was not much interested in answering questions about it.

    October 2013
  • Nice old house, friendly host end lovely breakfast!

    September 2013
  • We really enjoyed our stay in Ward and Molly's home. This is a manor home from the 1830s that Ward renovated: beautiful plasterwork etc. This is a very low-key place in the tiny surfing mecca of Easkey, Ireland, with front doors unlocked and no formality. Ward and Molly are friendly and are great cooks. Look forward to their delicious breakfasts.

    Don't expect a sterile hotel experience: the house can be tricky to find, the old doors and floors are a bit creaky. But at what hotel would you have an opportunity to join the owner for beers and learn about harvesting wild mushrooms in Lithuania or surfing in Sri Lanka?

    August 2013
  • Our host, Ward, was friendly and the location of the house is beautiful. We were disappointed however with the facilities and our overall experience. The exterior door of the house is not locked and there are no locks on the individual guest rooms. This left us uncomfortable with leaving our belongings in our room. The internet was very weak and slow in our room. Finally, the dining area is a communal table in the kitchen which prevents private conversation and dining. In the end, the vibe is more hostel than B&B.

    August 2013
    Response from Molly:

    This is my home not a hostel. Secretive stressed out paranoid people who want to remain anonymous should be staying in hotels not b&b's. We don't have private dining areas for private conversations, what homes do? An evening meal is a time to share (which i cooked especially for you upon your request before you ran away and bought a takeaway!!) If you want to lock your door just ask we have keys but this is rural Ireland , a safe friendly place, not NYC. All the other laptops get fine internet connection. Some people are unhappy with life no matter how much you go out of your way to please them it will never be enough full stop!

    August 2013
  • There are few experiences and memories which will stay with you, Easkey house, but more importantly the people we met on our trip here are some of them.

    Ward and Mollys home is beautiful in idyllic settings. Its shabby Chic style and the informal laid back attitudes maybe not everyones cup of tea, however Ward made us feel very much at home, and in-fact welcomed the guests to share stories, the evening drinks, and even become involved in an impromptu jam session. It was a great hub to explore the amazing coast line, Ward is very knowledgeable on the history and can recommend great day trips. A talented cook whom I owe the stolen recipe of the infamous garlic and butter mushrooms to… my partner and myself definitely will be coming back for some ‘Easkey Time!’

    August 2013
  • We absolutely loved our stay in this house! Because Molly and Ward were out of town, Jan met us and took care of us for 2 days. It was the highlight of our 10 day trip to Ireland. The spacious house is exquisitely decorated, the breakfasts are amazing, and there are lots of things to do locally. We highly recommend the sea-weed baths! And hiking/biking all around town. We were sad to leave and hope to visit again.

    August 2013
  • Our stay at Countryhouse B&B was fantastic! An eccentric, eclectic, graceful hidden gem of a partially restored mansion. Ward and Molly are entertaining, talented hosts and are proof that choosing to do what you enjoy in life pays quality dividends. Food was marvelous, we opted to join them for dinner (a pay what you will extra) and were treated to a gourmet feast, highlighted by fish they themselves had plucked from the sea. Our stay was an experience one would expect of fictional characters on adventure, (with out the overly dramatic plot twists). We enjoyed a lovely sunset stroll along the nearby coast.

    July 2013
  • Great breakfast & fantastic big room. Beautifully & Quirkily restored house - lovely hosts!

    July 2013
Per Month
Subtotal Total

Add a profile photo to Instant Book this listing.

Save this listing to review later.
Saved 232 times
NCAD Ireland, MFA
I am an artist and qualified yoga instructor currently living and working in Ireland. I like preparing healthy delicious locally sourced fresh food and planning my next holiday!
View full profile
Response Rate
Response Time
within an hour
Calendar Updated
2 weeks ago
Similar Listings