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We live in the countryside and our neighbors are sheep and cows, this is what makes this place so special, peace and tranquility, this is what we call a break. Manu's Lodge. Show all. Popular experiences in Sligo. Sligo's dark history walking tour. Popular homes. Temple House Estate extends to 1, acres of sheep pasture, native woodland, a lake and bog. You do not come here just for the room. You are encouraged to explore the property wellington boots provided!

A new modern,bright and airier country house , with nice views and river walks around local village. Near to all the views of the wild Atlantic way. A 5 bedroom house with 2 of the rooms with en-suite. There is 3 king size beds ,2 single beds , 1 pull out sofa bed double and two baby cots. Near to the wild Atlantic way. A Wild Atlantic home. The Perceval family home since , the present manor was redesigned in and enjoys the authentic and unpretentious luxury country house atmosphere. You will find on-site boating, SUP, pike fishing, bird watching, terraced gardens and miles of woodland walks and a sheep farm.

Within easy reach are beautiful beaches, eagles flying, archaeological sites, horse riding, trout fishing and four championship golf courses. A luxury weekend escape along the Wild Atlantic Way! Set within a secluded riverside property. Very tranquil and the perfect place to recharge. Only 5 minutes from Collooney and Markree Castle. The decor is light, airy and very comfortable. County Sligo easily boasts one of the most appealing stretches of coast on the Wild Atlantic Way.

The Little House at River Cottage. A fully equipped, quiet haven to rest in with Wi-Fi and information to hand for details on all the local amenities.

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If the weather is poor there is a "soft-play" area 10 minutes away or a multi screen cinema in Sligo town. The village hotel has good bar food or full dining room food, while there are several take-always and pubs just up the road. Cosy house in Ballymote,2mins walk from Town-centre,all mod cons.. We are 25mins drive from knock airport and 20mins to Sligo town. Cot available on request. Pets not permitted. Modern newly refurbished Townhouse with free Wifi,in a quiet neighbourhood with walking distance to all amenities.

The house is very cosy with open fire in the living room and oil central heating. There is a newly refurbished kitchen and dining area with adjacent utility room and toilet. Upstairs has 3 bedrooms 2 double and 1 single ,a newly refurbished bathroom and a hot press for storage. The master bedroom is ensuite with satellite TV. The property has a garden with patio area for alfresco dining. There is ample car parking. Lovely quiet location yet very accessible to all amenities. The town is busy business town with numerous pubs and restaurants.

The house is an ideal base to explore the Yeats County and enjoy the stunning views of Benbulbin and Knocknarea. Ideally located along the Wild Atlantic Way you can enjoy the fabulous beaches of Rosses Point,Dunmoran and Strandhill all within 15mins drive.

The Caves of Keash are a 5 minutes drive where you can explore Sligo's hidden gem and browse around the visitors centre nested under Keash Hill. For traditional music lovers the heart of the Coleman Country can be enjoyed 10mins away in the village of Gurteen. Ballymote Holiday Home,Sligo,Ireland. A wonderful Country House Manor set in 1, acre private estate overlooking a lakeside castle of the Knights Templar.

Temple House is an authentic manor house owned and lived in by Perceval family since Its grand scale belies the warmth and welcome you will receive. Dinner Mon-Sat for residents only. Large Double Room with lovely views Temple House. Large Twin Room Authentic Canopy beds. Schoolhouse at Annaghmore was built in the s to educate local children. Nowadays its cosy vestibule leads through to a light filled sitting room where an open fire adds a welcoming glow to the double height living room. He was quickly besieged in Derry , but managed to escape.

After the war, with the Protestant Ascendancy of which he was a part yet again restored, Sir Arthur who had presumably profited greatly from the war returned to Moira. Having inherited the brick manor house his father had purchased he decided to expand it greatly, and it became one of the largest residences in the whole island, to be called Moira Castle. These gardens became world-famous.

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In Sir Arthur utilised his friendship with fellow Downshire-born botanist Sir Hans Sloane , and acquired from him the seeds of exotic plants, and instructions in how to grow them. To fit his ends Sir Arthur also constructed in Moira the first hothouse in Europe.

The subsequent baronets maintained the gardens though the hothouse did not survive for generations. This caused a major religious rift in the town. In addition to flirting with Methodism Lord Rawdon also flirted with Irish self-government albeit under the Ascendancy , opposing the efforts of William Pitt to forge closer links with Great Britain in the first decade of his Ministry. His death in was significant in Moira history, in that it marked the largest funeral in the history of Ireland, a testament to his extensive political connections.

Over four hundred carriages were in procession. This Lord Rawdon is buried in the family crypt in the church. A respected general and politician with significant influence in London, his time as head of the family was nevertheless negative for the town of Moira, which had risen greatly in prestige as a result of his predecessors. He neglected the gardens in the Moira estate, which subsequently declined into decay. He also spent the vast majority of his time in England. The 2nd Earl was raised to a yet-higher rank of the peerage in , when he was created Marquess of Hastings , subordinating the Moira title.

Lord Hastings would be the last member of the Rawdon family to reside in Moira Castle which he had always used as a secondary residence in any case. In he sold it to Sir Robert Bateson, 1st Baronet , who also did not use it as a primary residence. The status of Moira thus declined considerably. The Rawdons' legacy would linger, however, with several streets and housing developments bearing their name centuries later.

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The Acts of Union had reduced the power of the Ascendency, and Moira was now directly governed by London instead of Dublin. In addition the Great Reform Act had reduced the ability of landowners in general and lords in particular to control Moira. Moira itself continued to develop during this period. A canal was built to the north which became the boundary between Counties Antrim and Down , and a Market Hall completed at the expense of the Bateson family in about In Moira railway station was completed, and is now the oldest such structure on the island of Ireland.

Moira Castle itself was vacated by the Batesons, and was demolished during the Victorian Era. A few gate stumps remain, as does some stepping for the famous gardens, and the dug-out cellar. In the summer of , a prolonged dry spell revealed what appeared to be foundations beneath the lawns of the demesne.

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For two weeks, assisted by community volunteers, they explored several trenches and found some fascinating artefacts of life in the 17th and 18th century. Moira remained relatively uneventful for most of the 20th century, but did not escape The Troubles. The bomb was intended to kill police officers due to do a shift change. The bombing also threatened to derail the peace process at the time.

The present village is primarily a dormitory settlement for commuters into Belfast, Lisburn, and Craigavon. Moira is at the very edge of the boundaries of the City of Lisburn , and is therefore subject to the local government authority of Lisburn and Castlereagh City Council. Both the overall council and the electoral area Killultagh for Moira are dominated by unionist parties.

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During the council elections the members elected for Killultagh were, in order of preference, as follows: [13]. The following councillors were elected:. At a provincial level the identically named and districted Lagan Valley includes Moira.

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This multi-member constituency is also dominated by unionists. The population of Moira on Census day 27 March was 4, people. Their demographic characteristics were as follows: [2]. On Census Day there were 1, households in Moira. Solen departs when he believes he is doing more harm than good, and Aithera By staying in the valley, Aithera is hidden and safe, but when she leaves to visit her friends in a small settlement near Haulden, a new menace shows himself -- someone from her past that promises to harm her friends to get to her.

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