County Sligo

Ranked inside to top-10 golf courses in Ireland. Designed by George Combe in 1894 as a nine hole course, and later extended to 18 holes by Willie Campbell at the turn of the 20th century. The Colt and Alison partnership remodeled the course in 1927.

Four-star, Victorian Manor house with self-catering lodges on the banks of River Moy. Their Kitchen Restaurant, located in the Manor’s original kitchen, offers the best of fresh and local ingredients. Other amenities include a full spa with a gym and pool, a falconry center and 100 private wooded acres full of hiking and biking trails.
Four-star, seafront hotel occupying a former Coast Guard headquarters built in 1853. Most of the twelve traditional bedrooms offer sea views. Their cook-to-order breakfast is complimentary and they also offer a high-end restaurant, bar, lounge, and conservatory overlooking the sea.
Luxury, recently renovated five-star hotel in a 13th-century castle, set on 350 acres of parkland overlooking Lough Corrib. Dining options include an upscale restaurant featuring fine Irish cuisine, a low-key bistro and a medieval-style pub. There are many other amenities, including an indoor pool, full-service spa, theater, falconry, and a 9-hole golf course.