Coopers Hill Sligo

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

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.

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

Coopers Hill Sligo: Please share your stay experience
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lnutting - Canada
July - 2018
This historical estate is absolutely stunning and Simon, Christina and their staff are incredible attentive. We spent nearly a week there with a full house rental and enjoyed every single second. On 500 acres, the property is incredibly quiet and peaceful. And there is lots of great food and libations to enjoy. I highly recommend this countryside retreat!
louiseo46 - Ireland
July - 2018
We recently visited Coopershill House for a two night stay and to be honest by the end of the weekend we didn't want to leave. If you are looking to "get away from it all" this is the place to do it. Often we go away for weekends and come back feeling more tired trying to fit in numerous activities but Coopershill is a place of rest and relaxation. Not sure how many times I was in awe of how quiet it is. Our host Simon was so accommodating and the food was some of the best I've ever tasted all prepared by Cristina. So fresh with so much of the vegetables coming from their own vegetable garden. One of the best weekends we've had away in a long time I have and will continue to recommend Coopershill to everyone!
John D - Australia
July - 2018
"Enjoyable experience"
This is a wonderful House family run and with excellent accommodation
Our room was huge with great bathroom
Only disadvantage was the stairs to the rooms
The dining room is intimate and wonderfully managed by the host and his staff
We had a very good meal at dinner and breakfast was typically Irish. Much of the food is sourced locally and from the back garden.
There are some interesting walks in the area and we took advantage of these to acquaint ourselves to the area
I would highly recommend this venue while visiting the area
July - 2018
"Will be back! And soon!"
We came to Coopershill as a quiet getaway for our first anniversary. We are a young couple in our early 30’s and found this place beyond fascinating, friendly and very comfortable. It’s exactly what we wanted- time away from TV and technology, time with each other, well spent laughing, walking and enjoying the beauty that surrounded us. The fantastic Mary greatest us on the steps on arrival and was instantly welcoming, warm and full of conversation which immediately made us feel at home. She gave us a tour of the home and explained some of the family history as we walked. We had the Venetian room which was very roomy and had a garden view, the four poster beds... yes beds (plural) were comfortable and of good size. The bathrooms are clean and bright and stocked with luxurious Penhaligon toiletries, a scent that transports you further into the Georgian experience that surrounds you. The food, lovingly prepared by the chef (Christina) is faultless, we savoured every morsel of breakfast, afternoon tea and our four course dinner. The food the food! Fresh orange juice in the morning, in fact, fresh everything all day long! The veggies are all from the garden on site and the majority of what you are served is as local as possible, and this makes a massive difference in terms of flavour. I would like to give a mention to the home owner Simon who went above and beyond with service to his guests. We thoroughly enjoyed our conversations with Simon who taught us so much about the history of his home and the local area. His knowledge, passion, self-sufficiency and professionalism is clear to see. We were blown away by the level of personal engagement we received on our stay here. We couldn’t recommend this place enough! And we will most definitely be back- Mary and Simon gave us such a wonderful list of excursions, we were unable to see everything we wanted to, but what a fantastic reason to return to Coopershill!
ProfessorRathgar - Ireland
July - 2018
Wonderful welcome, hospitality, ambience and food
My wife and I again visited Cooper's Hill and the welcome from Simon and Cristina was as warm as ever.
The house dates from the 18th century and is packed with beautiful antiques, family portraits of the Coopers and O'Haras and furniture.
The rooms are beautiful, spacious and airy and beautifully appointed with beautiful furniture.
Dinners are wonderful choice of starter and main ( from 2 of each) cheese course, desert. Extensive cellar and beer for me.
Each evening kicks by a pre prandial drink in the lounge and to meet and chat to the other guests and Simon.
Dinner in the beautiful dining room, crystal, silver, delft, family portraiture and proper cutlery
Service is excellent and with a light touch, Una was particularly helpful , genuine and friendly.

Breakfasts were as sumptuous and filling as you choose, nothing too much trouble.

We left again with a heavy heart and are looking forward to returning as soon as possible

Cannot recommend highly enough.
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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


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