Attraction & Things To Do in Sligo l Temple House, Co.Sligo.

Things to Do

on site From The Hotel


Archery for all standards on the estate.

eagles flying
3 minutes From The Hotel

Eagles Flying

Ireland’s largest sanctuary for birds of prey and owls

 From The Hotel

Walks and Hiking

What better way to discover Sligo, than by walking through its...

Lough Key Forest Park
35 minutes From The Hotel

Lough Key Forest Park

Park for activities like nature hikes, tree-canopy walks &...



The peace and quiet of Temple House is a good start but the...

Clay Pigeon Sligo


Combine a little sporting activity with your stay. This is a...

Woodcock Ireland

Hunting, Shooting and Fishing

Temple House offers excellent sporting opportunities, either on...

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There are three championship links golf courses in Co Sligo plus...

Coast Mullaghmore

Wild Atlantic Way

The Wild Atlantic Way is a tremendous route for touring the w...


The Lake

You need go no further than across the field and down to the l...

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Sligo’s Archaeological and mythological heritage is incredibly...


W B Yeats

W B Yeats drew inspiration from county Sligo all his life. T...

Horse Riding Co

Horse Riding

If seeing Sligo from horseback appeals or you just want a ridin...

Crab Salad

Where to Eat

Here is a selection of restaurants and pubs in county Sligo...

Lots of activities and things to do in Sligo, Ireland for families and couples and all of the visitors based at Temple House of course. Activities and attractions include Carrowmore, Carrowkeel, Surfing, hill walking on Knocknarea and Ben Bulben, Lissadell, Eagles Flying, Kayaking, Canoeing, SUP, Golf (Strandhill, Rosses Point, Enniscrone), Sligo Genealogy, Horse Riding. Parkes Castle, WB Yeats grave at Drumcliffe, Lough Gill, Glencar, Foxford Woollen Mills, Aughris Head, Strandhill. All these points of interest and things to do are in county Sligo on the Wild Atlantic Way.  

Frequently Asked Questions

Eagles Flying has be high on the list. It is only 2 mins drive from here and great for all generations. There are rowing boats on the lake and miles of walks around Temple House Estate too. You can combine a little hiking with Archaeology if you go to Carrowkeel perhaps.
Absolutely. Between the lake, the walks, the garden and maybe an open fire you'll be well entertained.
Residents are welcome to visit the castle. The oldest Knights Templar part dates from 1189. There are also parts built later by the O'Hara and Crofton families.