Orchard Cottage

Carraroe County Sligo
From: €280 weeklyGuests 3Rooms 1Bathroom 1
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Orchard Cottage
Carraroe County Sligo

Orchard Cottage: Sligo

About Orchard Cottage
A warm welcome awaits you at this cosy 200-year-old, traditional stone cottage, where you can experience old-world charm and modern home comforts.

With the scenic countryside outside by day, and the warmth of the open fire by night, you are sure to feel at home.

Look for road sign Carrowroe, 3km south of Sligo. Take exit off the N4 and drive onto Carraroe Roundabout. Follow sign for Oakfield and travel on for about 0.25 miles, take a left after Railway Bridge, and Orchard Cottage is the 8th house on the left. (The keyholder's house is the 7th on the left).

The traditional one-bedroom cottage is convenient to all amenities. Sligo town is just 5 km away, offering good shopping, restaurants, and night life. Villages, beaches, woodlands walk, lakes, and mountains are all within a 15-minute drive.

Whether you're interested in the historic Sligo Abbey or Carrowmore Tombs, a round of golf at Strandhill, or the region's traditional music and a drink in one of the many Sligo pubs, you won’t be disappointed.
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Mary Purcell
August 2018

We were met by the owner at a convenient public spot and guided to the self catering cottage which was very well maintained and very convenient to all the local beauty spots and walks. The owner also furnished us with lots of local information after enquiring about our interests. There was a welcome pack which included a bowl of lovely fresh fruit, milk and biscuits with enough tea and coffee to get us started. We were left in complete privacy with contact numbers and information about heating, lighting etc. We felt very well catered for by an exceptionally lovely friendly person who we felt had our best interests at heart. Most enjoyable stay
Nigel Younge
June 2018
A really lovely cottage, well equipped with everything you might need. There was a small welcome pack, milk, tea etc to get us started.
The linen and towels were of good quality and everything else about the cottage spoke of a well maintained property.
There is lots to do in the Sligo area and we particularly enjoyed the guided tour of Sligo starting from the Tourist Office. Rosses Point is a wonderful beach and Mullaghmore is also worth a visit. There are plenty of venues for those interested in traditional music. Lyons in Sligo do an excellent value lunch. A great week and thanks to Leo for the warm welcome.
May 2018

This place was such a gem. Everything you would need in an idyllic secluded setting and just a 5 minute drive to Sligo Town and 10 min from Strandhill. Leo was also the perfect host. I would definitely come back here.
Angelika McKenzie
July 2017
My husband and I discovered this gem about 4 years ago and have gone back there every year since. It is a cosy and warm cottage with everything you need. It is situated in a quiet and beautiful location, overlooking the Ox mountains and it is very close by Sligo town and amenities. The cottage comes with a beautiful Orchard garden, brimming with a range of birds and the occasional visits of neighbouring cats. The owners, Leo and Maura live nearby and they are the most lovely, welcoming and helpful people. Leo is a great conversationalist and we have had many fantastic and interesting conversations with him. Highly recommend this cottage and location.
Frances Powell
October 2016

My husband and I stayed at Orchard Cottage while I was researching my next mystery. It was the perfect location for touring the wild western way and the hosts couldn't have been more charming and helpful. The cottage is spotlessly clean and we were warmly welcomed with fresh fruit, sweet treats and organic eggs. If you dream of a stay in an idyllic Irish county cottage and enjoying your own peat fire after an evening of traditional music at one of the many pubs this is the ideal place for you. We would return again and again!
Dr JF SEigel
June 2015
A gorgeous old cottage providing tranquility and comfort whilst being fully equipped and modern. It was possible to smell the flowers and bask in the sunny courtyard. A must do!
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