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Self Catering Holiday Homes in Drumcliffe County Sligo

Experience the tranquil charm of Drumcliffe, a picturesque town nestled in the heart of County Sligo. With its breathtaking natural beauty and rich cultural heritage, Drumcliffe is the perfect destination for a self-catering holiday. Explore the captivating landscapes, visit historic sites, and immerse yourself in the warm hospitality of this enchanting Irish town. 

 Drumcliffe’s most renowned attraction is the final resting place of renowned poet W.B. Yeats. Visit the stunning Drumcliffe Churchyard, where Yeats’ grave is located, and pay homage to one of Ireland’s literary legends. 

 Immerse yourself in nature’s splendor by visiting the majestic Benbulben. This iconic tabletop mountain offers breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding countryside and is a haven for hikers, nature enthusiasts, and photographers.  

Delve into Irish history at the impressive ruins of the medieval Sligo Abbey. This well-preserved abbey showcases stunning architecture and provides a glimpse into Ireland’s past.  

Take a leisurely stroll along the picturesque Strandhill Beach, a sandy shoreline favored by surfers and beachcombers alike. Marvel at the crashing waves, enjoy a refreshing swim, or simply unwind with a peaceful walk along the coast. 

Explore the magical Glencar Waterfall, a cascading wonder nestled in a wooded valley. With its serene atmosphere and captivating beauty, this natural gem has inspired many artists and writers throughout the years.  

Embark on a voyage to the mythical past at Carrowmore Megalithic Cemetery. This ancient burial site features a collection of prehistoric passage tombs, dolmens, and stone circles, offering a fascinating glimpse into Ireland’s ancient heritage.< 

 Discover the enchanting landscape of Lough Gill, a picturesque lake surrounded by lush forests and rolling hills. Take a boat tour to explore the lake’s islands, such as the idyllic Innisfree, which inspired Yeats’ famous poem, “The Lake Isle of Innisfree.” 

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