From surfing in The Atlantic, galloping across a beach to taking an evening stroll along the new private walkway from Beezies, and seeing 6 counties there’s something for everyone …
We have provisions to accommodate horses if you have your own insurance when you book 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! You can see 6 counties from the walkway: Slieve League (Donegal), Castlederg (Tyrone), Fermanagh, Sligo, Leitrim, Downpatrick Head (Mayo).
There are now two new walks Directly from Beezies:
1.3 km walk to Staid Abbey
3 km walk to Streedagh Beach on The Wild Atlantic Way
New walkway from both of cottages
From Beezies to Staid Abbey
Private walkway from Beezies
Walk from Beezies towards Benbulben
Gortarowey Walk along base of Benbulben
Raughley new walk
Part of Millsite walk at Gleniff Horseshoe
- 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
- 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
- Streedagh Beach; 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
Staid Abbey near Streedagh Beach is 1.3km from the cottages
- Atlantic Sheepdogs – watch sheepdogs at work on their home turf at this traditional irish sheep farm. Call 085 762 2627
- For those interested in archaeology, the court tomb at Creevykeel is amongst the finest examples of a full-court tomb in Ireland
- Gortarowey walk brings you along the foot of Benbulben – various walking distances up to 6km with fantastic views
- New circular walk at Raghly starting from Raghly Beach car park
- Five Star Fun – indoor kids area in Grange
Staid Abbey & Benbulben
Benwiskin & Benbulben
Benbulben from Streedagh
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.
- Langs Bar & Restaurant, Grange, Co Sligo, 071 916 3105
- Henrys Restaurant, 071 91 73985, Cashelgarran, Co Sligo
- Eithna’s Seafood Restaurant, Mullaghmore, 071 9166407
- Harrisons Bar & Restaurant, Cliffoney, Co Sligo
- Lauras Bar & Restaurant, (071) 916 3056
- Yeats Tavern, Drumcliffe, Co Sligo, 071 916 3117
- Pier Head Hotel, Mullaghmore, 071 9166171
- The Beach Hotel, Mullaghmore, 071 9166103
- Drumcliff Teahouse & Craft shop – The perfect place to get homemade and wholesome food next to WB Yeats Grave year
- Glencar Teashed, 086 818 3270, Leitrim
- The Jam Pot Cafe coffee shop in Grange serving fresh coffee, tea, breakfast, lunch and dessert goodies (071) 916 3056