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One year ago we had stayed at Gyreum for three days and two nights. It was one of the most memorable places we visited in that summer thanks to unusual architecture and wonderful location. It was not very crowded at the beginning of August, a...More
I stayed here with 2 friends and a toddler. We didn't know what to expect but upon arrival we were blown away. If you want to get of the beaten track and get away from it all, this is the place. We stayed 3 nights...More
This place has so much potential, it could be a great space for a large group. Its a funky place. It has a fabulous open plan living area, a well stocked kitchen with everything you would need to cook for a large group. But it...More
As a family of 27 from toddlers to grandparents, this place ticked all the boxes until we got there. The place is quite run down and is not clean. We scrubbed the kitchen and hoovered on arrival as the sink was manky and there were...More
we stayed here for my daughters hen weekend , its a great place for a group of people as its in the middle of nowhere so you can make as much noise as you want . the accommodation is basic but has everything you need...More
The Gyreum, Ireland’s first ecolodge to be awarded the EU Eco-Label for tourist accommodation, offers a venue like none other. Located near Castlebaldwin, Co. Sligo, overlooking Lough Arrow and nestling in the heart of Sligo’s cairn topped mountains. With open fire and large movie screen you can spend time relaxing in the circular hall or reading in the cosy, glass domed library. Alternatively you can explore ancient archaeology sites or surf or walk in the Bricklieve mountains or do damn all.