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Welcome to
Sligo Sea Barn

Sligo Sea Barn is a luxury, self catering, large group accommodation in North Sligo, about 2km from Lissadell. This picturesque, beachfront accommodation comfortable sleeps 17 guests and has spectacular sea and mountain views.

The private path to the sea offers guests the opportunity to listen to and embrace the natural beauty of the area and/or go sea swimming.

Footsteps
to the Sea

Make our
Space your place

All suites/rooms are en-suite with bathrobes, slippers, designer towels, and Voya organic amenities.

All the creature comforts you love, housed in beautifully designed spaces with a few quirks along the way.

Plan Your Stay

LOCAL AMENITIES (WITHIN 5 MINUTES)

SEABARN

Sligo Sea Barn is a luxury, self catering, large group accommodation in North Sligo, about 2km from Lissadell. This picturesque, beachfront accommodation comfortable sleeps 17 guests and has spectacular sea and mountain views.

Raghly Coastal Walk

Length: 2.7km | Ascent: 10m | Time: 40mins

This walk has been developed with the kind assistance of local landowners and organisations. It is understood that if persons enter private land they do so by permission and with the consent of the landowners and no matter how often they enter, or in what numbers, they do not do so as of any right.

Raghly Harbour

Length: 2.3km | Ascent: 20m | Time: 30mins

This walk has been developed with the kind assistance of local landowners and organisations. It is understood that if persons enter private land they do so by permission and with the consent of the landowners and no matter how often they enter, or in what numbers, they do not do so as of any right.

Golden Strand (Tra Bui)

It’s a lovely stretch of sand, open but with some shelter in the small dunes. The water here is fresh and used by Sligo’s many surfers. The beach has rocks at one end and the attractive Knocklane hill at the other.

Lissadell Beach

Lissadell beach is located 1.5km from the village of Raghley. The beach itself exists of fine sand with a few rocks. There is also a little river which runs along the beach and makes a fantastic playground for kids.

Right beside the beach are the fantastic grounds of Lissadell house, a neo-classical greek revivalist style country house built between 1830 and 1835.

Streedagh beach

Streedagh Strand is an impressive 3km long sandy beach located on the north western shore of a sandbar linking Streedagh Point to an area known as Connor’s Island. This is an exposed beach with reef breaks which create ideal surfing conditions all year round.

Lislary

Clois Beach

Yeats Grave

The village of Drumcliffe, County Sligo is famous for being the final resting place of W.B.Yeats, whose grave is in the churchyard under a simple headstone. The village is also home to the site of a 6th Century monastery.

Glencar Waterfall

The waterfall reaches 50ft high and is situated at Glencar Lough. It creates a truly magical atmosphere. A short, picturesque wooded walk offers varied viewing platforms to enjoy the waterfall. There are more waterfalls visible from the road to Glencar, although none are quite as romantic as this one

Mullaghmore

Mullaghmore Head is a renowned surfing spot and is described as Ireland's ultimate big wave destination. Swim in the shimmering blue water or try a spot of windsurfing.

Explore the walking route along the coastline of Mullaghmore Head and after, stop by the small fishing village of Mullaghmore. Savour some fresh seafood and enjoy a warm welcome from the locals. Look out for majestic Classiebawn Castle in the distance and admire the picturesque stone harbour.

Benbulben Forrest Walk

Picnic area| Length: 5.5km | Ascent: 60m | Time: 1.5Hours

Undoubtedly Ireland’s most distinctive mountain, Benbulben is sometimes referred to as Ireland’s own Table Mountain. The most distinctive peak among the Dartry range, it was formed during the ice age by massive glaciers segmenting the landscape.

HAPPY GUESTS

margaret mitchellmargaret mitchell
12:46 23 Mar 23
I was at the Sea Barn last Saturday for a nurses R√©union afternoon tea.. Mary and Des gave us all a very... warm welcome, great info about the place and excellent hospitality.. They were both super hosts.. Our glasses or cups were always filled 🥂. The Sea Barn was a perfect venue for our group of 25..we could easily mingle, move around and Chat with each other. We had full use of all their excellent facilities.. Very large well equipped kitchen.. Bedrooms are fabulous, decor very inviting and relaxing. Perfect place for a getaway.. Very easy to get to from Sligo town. The views are fantastic overlooking Sligo Bay. Lots of car parking space.. I would highly recommend The Sea Barn to small groups and families.. I thoroughly enjoyed myself on my visit to the Sea Barn and will return again..read more
Marie McGrathMarie McGrath
21:12 23 Aug 22
Our stay was outstanding! From our first sight of the Sligo Sea Barn, to entering the interior our senses... were heightened. It began with the very warm welcome from Mary and Desi, the bedrooms were fabulous, with their balconies and seaviews, the kitchen, with all its five star equipment to the balcony overlooking the sea and dining area. The luxury of the Voya toiletries. The private access to the sea and the surrounding garden areas made the experience feel exclusive. I could go on however the features the Sea Barn offers can only be appreciated properly by experience. Go see!read more
eileen Finneileen Finn
12:58 03 Apr 22
Staying in the Sligo Sea Barn was a fabulous experience. The location is stunning with a private footpath... to the beach. Des, Mary, Elena and Tola were wonderful hosts with tea/coffee and homemade cakes for us on arrival. The rooms were super. There were great walking and cycling routes around the area. I was one member of a diving group staying there. We had loads of room to park the jeep and boat in the yard.I would highly recommend the Sligo Sea Barn to anyone for a wonderful place to stay. And I hope to get back there for a weekend away again soon.read more
Mary CollinsMary Collins
10:18 14 Mar 22
Just had a wonderful stay at The Sligo Sea Barn. We went for a luxurious hen party. The location is an... easy drive from Sligo town. The house is very spacious, impeccably clean and very well equipped. The details were very luxurious such as the robes and Voya products in the bathrooms. We hired local caterers on the recommendation of Des and Mary and the food was delicious. The kitchen is very well set up for caterers but would be no problem to cook yourself there either.The house has a projector which was very easy to connect to wirelessly and we made good use of it for a quiz and games for evening entertainment. All of the guests were very impressed with the house and location. Would definitely recommend Sligo Sea Barn for a group or family celebration. Des and Mary were very welcoming. Thank you!read more
Rach BRach B
10:47 05 Oct 21
Just back from a weekend spent with my friends at Sligo Sea Barn. I rarely leave reviews but this place... is so special & unique that I had to write about my experience. From the moment we arrived in Sligo Mary & Des the hosts could not have been more helpful and attentive to our group. The accommodation is immaculate, beautifully decorated with the most wonderful smells throughout. The sea views in every room are amazing….it’s really peaceful & direct access to the beach for morning swims etc. Facilities are top notch & the kitchen has everything you need from a self catering point of view. Just lots of little extras that make the stay 5star. Def a hidden gem & we will most certainly be back again. Des & Mary really went out of their way to make our stay extra special. Top marks all round!!read more
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Local Experiences

THERE’S AN ACTIVITY TO SUIT
JUST ABOUT EVERYONE

Surfing

Surfing

  • If you have brought your¬†surfing¬†gear, go to Lislarry (about 6km). This is an epic place for catching superb waves.
  • Or spend a day in Bundoran at one of the surf schools:¬†Turfnsurf¬†,¬†Bundoran Surf Coop.
  • Alternatively, head to¬†Sligo Surf Experience¬†in Strandhill. ¬†(both 30 minutes away)
  • Adventure Sligo¬†has an extended list of surf-related activities close by.

Golf

Golf

  • Sligo Golf Club¬†is located along the Wild Atlantic Way coastline in Rosses Point. Here you can enjoy a round of golf with spectacular scenery of mountains, countryside and ocean.
  • Bertie‚Äôs Pitch and Putt¬†is another popular golfing destination located just of the main road into Sligo.

Sea Swim

Sea Swim

You are spoiled for choice when it comes to beaches in Sligo! Head to any one of the nearby beaches and enter the underwater world full of marine life. Who knows what you will see..

Kayak / SUP

Kayak / SUP

Sligo Kayak Tours offers guests the ability to get closer to nature and see some of Sligo’s beautiful landmarks from the comfort of your own Kayak.

Kayak from Lough Gill or Glencar Lake (25 minutes drive away).

Fishing

Fishing

  • There are plenty of excellent fishing points on the Raghley peninsula, where you can catch mackerel, pollock, bollin, and more.
  • Crab fishing with a bit of string and food from the pier provides fun for everyone. Bring a bucket, put some salt water in it, and when you catch the crab, look at them crawling around in the bucket.
  • Sligo Boat Charters¬†offer great fishing trips for all ages. Depart from Rosses Point and have the experience life at sea. You are guaranteed spectacular views and off course fish!

Horseriding

Horseriding

Island View Horse Riding Stables offers beach ridding, trekking, lessons and carriage riding. This is a highly recommended activity which will be a memorable experience for you and your family/ guests. This is located 15 minutes from Sligo Sea Barn just outside Grange Village.

Farming

Farming

Sligo Sea Barn offers farm experiences such as feeding cows, going for a spin on the tractor, and learning about farm traditions and practices. Please book this with us in advance for the best possible farm experience.

Alpaca Farm

Alpaca Farm

There are two main farm related activities near Sligo Sea Barn.

Benbulben Forest Walk

Benbulben Forest Walk

Benbulben Horseshoe

Benbulben Horseshoe

Magical walks nearby include; The Raghly Loop Walk, Lissadell Woods, Glencar Lake and Waterfall, Streedagh Point and Beach, and Glennif Horseshoe at the foot of Ben Bulben.

Visit Sligo Walks for more information

Knocknarea Mountain

Knocknarea Mountain

Knocknarea mountain is located in Strandhill. A beautiful board walk will lead you to the top of this historic landmark where you can enjoy spectacular views of the surrounding land, sea and mountains. Queen Maeve’s Trail is highly recommended by previous guests.

Inishmurray

Inishmurray

Inishmurray Island is rich in history and located just off the Raghly Coast. Boat charters from Strand hill and Mullaghmore offer people the opportunity to experience such a beautiful island. Uncertain if this experience is available to the public at present due to complications. 

Sunrise Sunset

Sunrise Sunset

That moment the sun creeps past the horizon can be a magical time for many people. The sunrise over Benbulben, or the sun set across the Atlantic ocean can be enjoyed right on your doorstep. Walk down your private path and capture that amazing moment or take a walk around Raghly Loop Walk at sunset where reality becomes a fantasy.