Beezies Self Catering Cottages

2 & 3 Bedroom Self-Catering Cottages on The Wild Atlantic Way

Beezies Self Catering Cottages

2 & 3 Bedroom Self-Catering Cottages on The Wild Atlantic Way

New Private Walkway from Cottages

3km to Streedagh, 1.3km to Staid Abbey

Beezies

2 & 3-Bedroom Luxury
Self-Catering Cottages, Sligo

Discover unparalleled 2 & 3-bedroom luxury self-catering cottages at Beezies Accommodation, nestled in the heart of Yeats’ country along The Wild Atlantic Way. Located just 300m from Lislary beach, renowned for its quality surfing, these cottages offer an exquisite retreat for exploring the enchanting North Sligo region. Ideal for family holidays in Sligo, Ireland, our cottages have become a sought-after destination.

Indulge in a unique experience with a private pathway leading to the stunning Streedagh Beach, where the intriguing remnants of the ‘Butter Boat’ lie visible during low tide. The ‘Butter Boat’, actually The Greyhound, a coastal trading vessel from Whitby, Yorkshire, met its fate in a storm in December 1770. Immerse yourself in history at the local village of Grange, where The Spanish Armada Visitor Centre recounts the tales of the Butter Boat alongside the gripping narratives of the Armada Ships, which succumbed to the same treacherous waters in 1588. Experience luxury and history intertwined at Beezies Accommodation, a gateway to unforgettable moments on the Irish coast.

Remains of the Butter Boat wreck at Streedagh Beach, Co. Sligo

Remains of the Butter Boat wreck at Streedagh Beach, Co. Sligo

Sligo Self Catering Cottages Beezies
Patio at Beezies
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Living Room Beezies Self Catering
bedroom in 3 bed cottage
Fireplace in living room at Beezies Cottages
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3 Bed Cottage (sleeps 9)

  • 3 bedrooms all with ensuite bathrooms. All rooms have double bed and single bed
  • Old style working open fire
  • Dining room with mini bar
  • Spacious conservatory/sitting room with flat screen TV & DVD player
  • Separate kitchen with all mod- cons
  • Central heating throughout the cottage
  • Perfect for family holidays
  • Additional storage facilities for wet gear, surf boards, golf equipment, bicycles etc with a toilet, washbasin and washing machine
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2 Bed Cottage (sleeps 4)

  • Double bedroom on ground floor and twin bedroom upstairs.
  • 2 bathrooms, one upstairs and one downstairs
  • Open plan kitchen/dining area with a solid fuel stove
  • Comfortable seating area with flat screen TV
  • Central heating throughout
  • Additional storage facilities for wet gear, surf boards, golf equipment, bicycles etc with a toilet, washbasin and washing machine
2 bed cottage Beezies
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Location & Nearby Attractions

Close to the coast just a few minutes walk away with views of Benbulben to the front of the house and sea views at the back and amazing sunsets. Surfing, walks, award-winning restaurants and pubs all close by. Ideal for families too.

Restaurants

The local village of Grange and its surrounding areas has many a spot to choose from for some award-winning quality food and a great pint in traditional surroundings.

Local Pubs
Walking & Exploring

John Feighney with donkey at Beezies

We are blessed to be wrapped in between a stunning mountain range and a breathtaking coastline. Finding a place to pursue a foot on foot meditation is easy. Choosing from all the stunning routes is harder – you will want to follow them all.

Beezies has recently built a private walkway exclusive to Beezies guests for walkers and families for quick access to the beach! This is ideal for walking enthusiasts or families with children who can enjoy privacy and being entertained by the donkey! There are now two new walks from Beezies:

1.3 km walk to Staid Abbey
3 km walk to Streedagh Beach on The Wild Atlantic Way

Equestrian

There is a riding schools within a few miles radius of Beezies Cottage offering riding holidays.:

Island View Riding Stables
Tel. 00353 71 9166156
Mob. 086 1956615
Email: islandviewridingstables@gmail.com

Surfing

Surfing

Surfing beside Beezies

The North West has become a famous surf destination in recent years with a range of surf school and shops popping up all over. The waves nearest to the accommodation are Lislary, Streedagh, and the famous Mullaghmore Head if you’re brave/crazy enough!

The Peak, Bundoran, Tullan Strand, Rossnowlagh, Strandhill and Enniscrone are just a few of the ones we know of, however there is a mass of coast to be discovered. This makes Beezies perfect for those of you who are planning a surf break.

Sight-Seeing

Mullaghmore is a local fishing and beach resort only a few miles by car with boat and angling trips daily including trips to old monastic settlement at Inishmurray Island.

Mullaghmore

If you are looking for a local Spa, swimming pool and leisure centre you can head to The Pier Head Hotel in Mullaghmore. Also serves food daily. The Beach Hotel in Mullaghmore is another super venue for food.

Bundoran Seaside Town

Venture further north to the lively town of Bundoran with a real buzz of daily activities for families during the day and a buzz of nightlife after dark.

Tourist Attractions

Lissadelle House

  • We are situated a couple of miles from Lissadelle House; the home of Lady Gorbooth. William Butler Yeats’ resting place at Drumcliffe is just a few miles away.
  • Glencar Waterfall

  • Gleniff Horseshoe beside the Benwiskin mountain
  • The highest sea cliffs in Europe lie across the bay at Slieve League, Donegal
  • Standing at the rear of the property, Classiebawn Castle in Mullaghmore can be seen and Staid Abbey near Streedagh Beach is a stone’s throw away. Three ships belonging to the Spanish Armada were wrecked on Streedagh Beach in 1588.
  • Parke Castle, on the shores of Lough Gill in Sligo is a restored plantation castle of the early 17th century, picturesquely situated, once the home of Robert Parke and his family.
  • For those interested in archaeology, the court tomb at Creevykeel is amongst the finest examples of a full-court tomb in Ireland.
  • The ruins of Straid Abbey
    The church, reputedly founded by St.Molais, had existed since the early medieval period. It is possible that it was part of a community that served as a stopping place for pilgrims en route to the island monastery on Innishmurray.Straid Abbey
Reviews from booking.com

Guest Reviews

Fantastic Facility

“We had a fantastic time in Beezies cottage, and I would highly recommend it to anyone planning to visit the North West of Ireland. John was an excellent host, and the cottage itself was in an ideal location. I will definitely be back. Thank you John”.

Fabulous facility & host

Loved the location. Cottage was very clean. John was a lovely friendly host. He left us all the necessaries to make tea and coffee and even bought a lovely cake for us. Very informative about where to visit, local restauraunts, beaches and walks”.

A great staycation

Great stay at Beezies cottage. Beautiful location with views of Benbulben to the front of the house and sea views at the back of the property. John was a gentleman to deal with. Highly recommend.

Lovely location, great property

Beautiful cozy property. Spotlessly clean. Lovely location.

Idyllic views

John is a fantastic host. He met us at the property as we arrived, had the kettle boiling and milk in the fridge. Nestled under Ben Bulben, the cottage was spotlessly clean and the perfect location for exploring North Sligo or Donegal. There was a rocky beach just a few minutes walk from the property or the most fabulous sandy beach just a few minutes drive away. The house has fabulous views of Ben Bulben from the front and the mountains in Donegal from the back”.

Exceptional

We had the most fantastic stay John the host was extremely helpful and very pleasant the cottage was perfect the location was excellent we couldn’t of asked for anything better! We will definitely be back. Well worth a stay!”.

Exceptional

Perfect location, beautiful and clean cottage. John was very nice and helpfull

Fabulous host. Great location. Brilliant value for money!

John was a fantastic host. He even left us some essentials like milk as well as a box of biscuits. We will definitely return.”

Exceptional

The cottage is amazing to stay in. Very clean. John was fantastic and always on hand if you need anything. It is 15 minutes from Sligo town. This is a very quite area where the cottage is located. It was just fantastic and would highly recommend to anyone. Fantastic for families with young children.”