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Articles tagged as "Schoolhouse at Annaghmore"

Music Nights: Irish music way out west

November 3, 2014

Ireland is a very popular country for music lovers and musicians alike. Increasingly, arts festivals are using more unusual venues like old churches for gigs, which are very atmospheric and there are often ‘Open Mic’ sessions for aspiring musicians. The nights are getting longer and the weather’s getting colder. This suggests it’s now perfect weather […]

Life’s a Beach

August 19, 2014

We have been enjoying a stunning summer in Ireland this year, but even in bad weather (any season), beaches are terrific amenities. Our properties based near the sea, are also based in counties with some pretty special and unspoiled beaches. So if you love a swim, surf, paddle or walk, we will let you in […]

Literary Ireland: Yeats Country

July 11, 2014

County Sligo was the birthplace of William Butler Yeats. A poet whose work spans several literary periods, there are many cultural heritage sites dedicated to the man and his work. Our Schoolhouse at Annaghmore would work as a perfect base to explore the county and its literary heritage. The Yeats Society is located in Sligo […]

Wild Atlantic Way

June 27, 2014

Discover Ireland is currently running a campaign highlighting the Wild Atlantic Way. Earlier in the year we mentioned this wonderful, new initiative and we just wanted to remind you that we have several properties based near the Atlantic Ocean. You can choose from: Termon House in Donegal, the Schoolhouse in Sligo, Loophead Lightkeeper’s House in Clare and the […]

Walks: National Parks and Leafy Woods

May 29, 2014

Glenveagh National Park in County Donegal was chosen as the ideal place in Ireland to re-introduce golden eagles, extinct here since the 1910s. The park is stunning for nature walking and spotting wildlife. Our Termon House would be the perfect holiday accommodation for these explorations, located approximately a thirty minute drive from Glenveagh. Staying in the […]

Sligo: from the mountains to the sea

April 18, 2014

John Michael McDonagh’s latest film Calvary is set in County Sligo. Although it tackles difficult subject matter the film is also very humorous and features a range of complex and realistic characters. It works well on so many levels including giving the viewer fantastic visuals of County Sligo’s majestic mountains and coastline. A stunning county, […]

Nutritious Fish is Delicious

April 11, 2014

As an island we have an abundance of enviably fresh fish and seafood. We are known around the world for our salmon, sure isn’t that where legendary hero Fionn mac Cumhaill (Finn MacCool) gained all his knowledge? The Barbican in County Antrim is based near Glenarm organic salmon farm. How about some smoked salmon on […]

Wild Atlantic Way – go west and go wild

March 24, 2014

Last week we celebrated St. Patrick’s Day here in Ireland. It tends to mark the beginning of the official tourism season of the year. One of this year’s new initiatives from Failte Ireland (our national tourist board) is the recently launched Wild Atlantic Way. You can enjoy some of the visual highlights in the video link […]

Another great Irish Landmark offer with Rewarding Times

November 22, 2013

Irish Landmark has once more teamed up with Irish Times to offers its readers and our guests a great opportunity to get a special deal on an Irish Landmark holiday.  With only 2 days left on this offer, time is running out.  So if you want to grab a great getaway deal for 2014, then […]

“Quaint, peaceful and full of Character” – review on TripAdvisor

December 5, 2012

Schoolhouse at Annaghmore. Review posted on Trip Advisor November 2012 This is a beautiful property, really well maintained and decorated in keeping with it’s history as a schoolhouse. The main bedroom is spacious but the second bedroom is tight for space. There was plenty of fuel for the open fire left for us – nice […]