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Outdoor activities in Leitrim County

National Botanic Gardens and Marble Arch Caves are good options for spending some time outdoors in Leitrim County while breathing in that fresh air.


Best times to visit Leitrim County

Leitrim County is always welcoming to new visitors and old friends, but October, July and May are the most budget-friendly times to visit. During these months, you'll save approximately 34%, 34% and 34%, respectively.


Outdoor activities in Leitrim County

National Botanic Gardens and Marble Arch Caves are good options for spending some time outdoors in Leitrim County while breathing in that fresh air.


Getting to Leitrim County

Leaving on a jet plane? It will probably land at Sligo Airport, a major transportation hub for the area.


Art and culture in Leitrim County

Get a little culture at Leitrim County's artsy and educational attractions, which include Glasnevin Museum, Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship and Famine Museum and Dublinia. Meanwhile, the artworks at galleries like Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane offer glimpses into the creative world.

Catch up on modern and classical fiction, nonfiction works and more at National Library of Ireland.

Trinity College Dublin and University College Dublin is a hub for higher learning in Leitrim County . It's a great trip for alums, aspiring students and anyone looking for some local flavor.


Where to stay in Leitrim County

Of all the places to explore in Leitrim County, Dublin Southside, Clontarf East and Donaghmede are the most popular.


Where to eat in Leitrim County

You have to eat while in Leitrim County, so why not enjoy it? Grab a snack or order up some serious grub at National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin Museum, Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship and Famine Museum and Croke Park.


Best times to visit Leitrim County

Leitrim County is always welcoming to new visitors and old friends, but October, July and May are the most budget-friendly times to visit. During these months, you'll save approximately 34%, 34% and 34%, respectively.


Fun activities in Leitrim County

Catch a game or event at Croke Park. Here, you can enjoy some classic American eats and entertainment.

At Winter Funderland, the whole family can get an adrenaline rush on the rides and fill up on snacks. Looking for something more low-key? Catch a film at Underground Films.

If you're feeling the need for a little relaxation while in Leitrim County, head to Glow Make up and Beauty Salon, where the attentive staff will pamper you from head to toe.


Getting to Leitrim County

Leaving on a jet plane? It will probably land at Sligo Airport, a major transportation hub for the area.


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4.0

Sligo City Hotel

Friendly staff, large size rooms, great hotel rest

Room was nice, large size. Parking is limited to first come first served and is a little tight. Rooms were large and clean. Lobby area has strong cigarette smell due to outside smoking, but open doors, windows which allow it to come back in. Restaurant/pub is great! Some of the best lasagne I've had, other food great. Staff very friendly and provided assistance and suggestions. Would definitely stay here again, or even just pop in for a drink and dinner.

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6 months ago

3.0

Lough Eske Castle

Beautiful castle but Disappointed.

We stayed in one of the older rooms that had no AC, windows were jammed and they were in the process of upgrading their TV. It was pretty muggy in our room surprisingly considering it rains all the time in Ireland. Although the idea of staying in a castle is pretty cool, the price we paid was a little hefty for a room that didnt feel at all 5-star. We stayed at another castle just prior to going to this one and we felt like royals- from the decor to the rooms with high ceiling to the exceptional service at the drawing room to our spa experience. And that was a 4-star hotel. We expected more from this 5-star hotel but was left disappointed. We still recommend the castle because it is a very clean hotel and staff was super friendly but keep in mind you're paying a lot to stay in the castle but don't expect the rooms to be grandiose. Dinner at the bar tea room opened until 10 which was great but our waiter was not very attentive even though there were only 3 other couples there. I booked an appt for manicure at their spa as well and it wasn't too great of an experience. The staff was nice but the tea didnt have hot water and my manicurist didn't even soak my cuticles before cutting them. I've had many manicures done before and I'd hate to say it, but this was prob one of the worser ones. It doesn't bother me that it is an expensive hotel. But if I'm paying a lot for something, I expect exceptional service and Quality.

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2 years ago

5.0

Mill Park Hotel

Nice hotel close to town

This hotel is very nice, spacious well-appointed room, lovely common spaces, and a nice walk into town.

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2 years ago

5.0

Murvagh Links Manor

Beautiful B&B close to the beach

Beautiful home, easy to find with a quick walk to the beach, Joan makes you immediately feel at home and comfortable. Would highly recommend to travelers

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1 year ago