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A few friends and myself stayed at the Gyreum for two weeks in late October, early November. We had the time of our lives! Colum, the owner and operator, is easily one of the most interesting and easy people to talk to. We had free-roam...More
In both April and November this year, I attended weekend-long yoga retreats at the Gyreum. The first was so good that I decided to organise my own with a friend again in November. We brought fifteen guests and had the whole space to ourselves over...More
I've only visited about 10 hostels in Ireland, so it's not fair to appoint the Gyreum as the/my top one hostel of Ireland, but can't help doing that as - even though i don't know the other few hundreds - I can't imagine a more...More
A group of us stayed in the Gyreum independent hostel after the Leonard Concert this year. It was hard to beat - cheap, friendly and the weekend we were there a substantial healthy breakfast was available for just 7 euro. If you like an informal,...More
We found the ecolodge dirty and grotty and just couldn't recommend it. And it was not cheap. We paid €30 per person to share a 6 bed dorm. As hostel prices go this is very expensive. Our room had 4 beds and 2 bunks and...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.