The Castle Dargan estate is set snugly in 170 acres of mature woodlands with unrivalled scenery.
"I liked the place", he said, "For the romances of its two ruined castles facing one another across a little lake". - W. B. Yeats
It is almost a century since Yeats penned these "King of the Great Clock Tower" lines, following one of his many visits to Castle Dargan. And now an opportunity to re-visit the charms of Castle Dargan is here for you.
Stylish design concepts and spacious, light flooded rooms, designed in a contemporary style, set the scene of quiet luxury for discerning guests searching for the highest standards of traditional Irish hospitality. Spectacular views overlooking the 18 hole golf course, designed by Darren Clarke, and the abundant nature surrounding the hotel all reflect Castle Dargan’s harmonious inclusion in the landscape.
- From Sligo town, proceed to the Carraroe Roundabout.
- Take the R284 approach and follow signs to Ballygawley.
- Castle Dargan is nearby Ballygawley on the Dromahair Road.
- There is an alternative entrance from the Collooney Bypass Roundabout via the Dromahair Road.
Sligo train station is located 10 minutes from Castle Dargan, with trains running to and from Dublin daily.
Bus Eireann provides daily bus services to and from all parts of the country.
Strandhill Airport is located a mere 20 minutes from Castle Dargan with 2 daily flights to and from Dublin. Knock International Airport is less than one hour from Castle Dargan with daily flights to and from Dublin and U.K. destinations.
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