The Beach Bar Sligo / Aughris House
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- Non-smoking hotel
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... of Killybegs turns out to be fairly close to one of the other natural formations on our Ireland map - Slieve League - the highest sea cliffs in Europe.
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... some large rocks and forest, and where the Quiet Man movie was filmed. But it was getting late, rainy looking, and we were very tired and ready to be off the small roads. So we headed straight to Sligo! We checked in and had some tea and cookies while talking to our hosts. Unfortunately, we were exhausted and headed to bed before too long. Sligo did sound like a ...
... gave or sold it to the Benedictine Nuns who moved here from Ypres in Belgium after their Convent there was destroyed during the War. The Nuns run a boarding school here until 2010. As far as L can work out the Nuns are still here, but the place is operated through some trust.
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