Coopers Hill Sligo

Coopershill House, Riverstown, Co Sligo, Ireland
From: €1,500 weeklyGuests 6Rooms 3Bathroom 1
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Coopers Hill Sligo
Coopershill House, Riverstown, Co Sligo, Ireland

Coopers Hill Sligo: Sligo

Self catering holiday home in Sligo, Ireland - The Coach House

Right beside the "Big House' at Coopershill is the Coach House. This building once housed the family coaches whilst the Coachman and his family lived upstairs. Today the Coach House house has been sensitively converted to provide a charming, traditional, self catering holiday home in Sligo, Ireland.

It has 3 bedrooms, one bathroom, an open plan kitchen, dining area, sitting room & downstairs loo. It is the ideal location for a self catering holiday home in Sligo.

Downstairs:
Sitting Room: Woodburning stove, Flat Screen T.V, Free WiFi, Views of the 18th century stable yard.

Open plan kitchen / dining area: Electric cooker, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine.

Downstairs loo & hand basin.

Upstairs:
1 large bedroom with a Super King bed (6 ft x 6 ft), 1 twin bedroom with two single beds, 1 bedroom with bunk beds suitable for children. 1 bathroom with shower. Sheets and towels supplied

The apartment is furnished in a simple farmhouse style which is comfortable and attractive.

Self Catering guests at the Coach House can enjoy:

Access to the Private 500 acre estate of farm and woodland

Tennis Court

Dinner at the Big House by reservation



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  • Property Features
  • From: €1,500 weekly
  • Charming & traditional property
  • Magical rural setting
  • 500 acre private estate
  • Perfect base for exploring
  • Bright and spacious interiors
  • Open plan kitchen, dining area
  • Simple farmhouse style decor
Coopers Hill Sligo: Please share your stay experience
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Wiklow
October 2020
"Ideal for a quiet break!"
Just returned from a lovely weekend at Coopershill House. It was a very enjoyable experience from start to finish, thanks to Simon and his very friendly and professional team. The food was superb, locally sourced with fresh veg from their gardens, all exquisitely prepared by Christina. We took advantage of some great weather, having afternoon tea and drinks on the lawn. It's important to note that we felt very safe during our stay, with all Covid precautions in place. Overall, a very relaxing weekend and we look forward to returning as soon as possible! Aidan & Claire
BarnaG
September 2020
"An Absolute Treat"
I had a lovely break here with 3 friends in September. In the midst of the Covid restrictions I felt very safe with all the policies in place. Simon and his team were genuinely friendly, helpful and professional. Service was excellent. The food was so delicious - fresh and mostly from their garden. It was peaceful, tranquil and the grounds are beautiful. Our kayak trip was organized for us before we arrived which was very helpful. I look forward to returning.
Lily M
August 2020
Special treat
Returned to celebrate our anniversary. We got married here 8 years ago.
Such a treat. Simon is the best host. The food is so fresh and tasty. The drive in invites one long exhalation of stress and its total relaxation thereafter.
Thanks Simon and Christine for another fabulous experience.
Rosemary044
August 2020
"Tranquility and country house living in beautiful rural Sligo"
We have just returned from 4 nights in Coopershill. From the moment we arrived we felt ourselves relax into this beautiful family owned country house. Simon and Christina, made us feel very welcome and we settled into our room on the first floor which had windows on 2 sides looking over the garden. A large comfortable bed, chaise loungue and window seat were amongst the furnishings with plenty of space for unpacking and stowing.
The drawing room is available for guests all day long and is a large and comfortable room, beautifully furnished with lovely log fire and family pictures making it feel very homely. The dining room was equally well appointed and the food delicious each morning and each evening. A very well chosen and reasonably priced wine list added to the pleasure.
Simon is the seventh generation of his family to live in the house which has a river running through it, a large variety of deciduous trees, a working farm and a deer farm. Guests are free to walk the grounds at leisure.
Rivertstown is an attractive village in rural Sligo which is a really lovely county to spend time in. There is a 40 km cycle route around Lough Gill, there are megalithic tombs and passage graves, the magnificence of Ben Bulben, Lisadell (currently closed due to virus), Drumcliffe graveyard where the poet W B Yeats is buried along with his wife. We did not spend time in Sligo city itself on this trip but it is a bustling busy place with galleries, museums, shops and restaurants.
Summer in Ireland is always a bit risky when it comes to the weather and this week we had a large storm approach from the west. However, there is rarely a day when it rains all day and even on this week of pretty poor conditions we were able to cycle around Lough Gill and climb Knocknarea, visit Drumcliffe, all without getting wet!
A thoroughly enjoyable holiday and in these times of pandemic a great break from the stresses of the virus. Sligo currently has the second lowest numbers for the virus, Leitrim being the lowest. Sligo has had only 156 cases since the virus arrived in late February. So not only a most enjoyable holiday, we felt as safe as possible too.
Thank you Simon and Christina
Ajsper3001
August 2020
Wonderful start to a staycation
Spent three days here very recently. Lovely tranquil place in a wonderful county. Simon and his staff were very welcoming, and they’ve got the Covid-19 issues well sussed. Food is excellent. We’ll be back!
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