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Belfast (or Derry) – Enniskillen – Manorhamilton – Dromahair

Dublin – Carrick on Shannon – Dromahair

Knock – Collooney – Dromahair

  • Take the N17 towards Sligo. At Collooney get off the roundabout onto R290. This country road takes you into Dromahair.

Sligo – Dromahair


Knock Ireland West

There are daily flights into Knock from London airports (Gatwick, Luton and Stansted), Manchester, East Midlands, Bristol, Edinburgh, Liverpool, Birmingham and more. There are also flights to Alicante, Faro, Girona, Milan and more. Visit www.irelandwestairport.com to see all routes.
Knock is about an hour’s drive from Ard Nahoo.There are buses to Sligo, which is a 20 minute taxi ride away.

Dublin Airport

There are numerous flights worldwide throughout the day. Dublin is about a 3 hour drive from Ard Nahoo. Buses and trains go into Sligo.

Public Transport

Sail/Rail with Irish Ferries

Short haul flights may be the fastest way to travel to Ireland from England, but there are other options if you want to minimise your carbon footprint. With great Sail/Rail options from any UK station to any Irish station available at £41, they are an economical choice too. Escape for a completely carbon neutral holiday with the following links…

This site tells you everything you need to know about Sail/Rail.
You can also book by calling 08450 755755.

Bus & Rail

The nearest bus and train stations are in Sligo, with plenty of journeys from Dublin, Galway and other Irish cities daily.

Bus Eireann

Irish Rail

There is one bus a day from Sligo to Dromahair. A taxi costs approx. €20.