The Atlantic Hotel

Main Street, Enniscrone, County Sligo, Ireland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Enniscrone

When Irish Eyes are Smiling

A travel blog entry by alannareeves

flew to dublin and did laundry! exciting stuff, pretty wrecked and slightly smelly so was good idea! next day we did the hop on hop off bus and went to Trinity College, saw book of Kells and the Long room (library) awesome. Then to the Guiness storehouse and missed the last bus back so had to walk thru the ghetto back to our motel, did the Literary …

Donegal to Mayo

A travel blog entry by jenh1211

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A day exploring the wilds of Donegal. Drove through the countryside to get to Slieve League. Very different countryside but spectacular too. Visited Kilcar along the way and watched the weaving. Bought a blanket. Amazing cliffs Visited Yeats' grave along the way and would've voted his heritage centre in Sligo but it was closed. Had some trouble with visiting sites ...

Day 14- Derry/Londonderry to Sligo

A travel blog entry by dougm51

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... one and the same) by a local guide Ronan. He was extremely intelligent and interesting. There is a lot of history here, some not to memorable to many Irish locals. This was the location for civil uprisings and terrible violence thru the 1970's when the IRA and Loyalists were battling one another. According to Ronan, religion was the backdrop for the clashes that were rooted in ...

Day 11 - pottery, poets & spirited Sligo

A travel blog entry by franmart

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... back to 13th century, a real castle.
Visited Belleek Pottery and inspected craftsman doing their trade.
Photo of Earl of Mount Baton's holiday castle. The IRA killed Baton in 1977 by blowing his fishing boat up by remote control. Photo of excited fellow tourists!
Irish poet W B Yeats lived most of his life in ...

Yeats and Seaweed

A travel blog entry by helenlilley

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... well worth the time.

The next stop was well out of my way, but I just couldn't pass it up. I detoured along the Sligo coast to a town called Enniscrone, or Inshcronne, or Inniscrone. I saw all three, depending on which street sign or map I was looking at. A teeny-tiny little seaside village, I was headed there because it was home to one of Ireland's oldest seaweed baths. I finally found the bathhouse, which was a fantastic old, turn-of-the-century building. Kind of like ...

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This hotel, located on Main Street, Enniscrone, is near Enniscrone Village, Cahirmore, Old Coastguard Station, and Nolan's Castle.
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