35 minutes From The House


Carrowkeel is a Neolithic hilltop passage tomb complex locat...

Carrowmore Megalithic
20 minutes From The House

Carrowmore - Megalithic Cemetery

Carrowmore is home to the largest and oldest collection of stone...

40 minutes From The House

Creevykeel Court Tomb

This monument is situated at the foothills of Tievebaun Mount...

25 minutes From The House

Knocknarea - Queen Maeves Cairn

Queen Maeve's Cairn, perched on the summit of Knocknarea, is on...

The Glen
 From The House

The Glen of Knocknarea

This magical looking glen is more characteristic of...

15 mins From The House

Knocknashee | Hill of the Fairies

Knocknashee ‘Hill of the Fairies’ is one of Ireland's l...

parkes castle sligo
45 mins From The House

Parkes Castle

Rising three storeys tall, in an idyllic setting on the banks...

Ballymote Castle
7 mins From The House

Ballymote Castle

Ballymote castle was built around the year 1300 by the Anglo...

Templehouse Castle
20 minutes From The House

Genealogy Sligo

If you are researching your family history and looking for your...

Sligo Abbey
20 minutes From The House

Sligo Abbey

This Dominican abbey survives from medieval days. It was built...

Ceide fields
80 mins From The House

Ceide Fields

Beneath the wild boglands of North Mayo lies Ceide Fields, the m...

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.