Fodor's Expert Review Stanford Village Inn

Dromahair, Co. Sligo, Ireland

With a 200-year-old pedigree, a recent refresh, and a legacy that spans six generations of the same family, this former mill, a rustic stone-front inn, is one of the few stops for sustenance near Lough Gill. A recent renovation added a new café offering lunches such as panini, soup, and "ploughman's lunch" (bread, cheese, salad, and pickles), while dinner steps up a notch with a more substantial local bounty of steak, pork, chicken, and fish. Traditional music sessions are held most weekends. Includes a self-catering cottage.

PROS

  • blissful, pastoral location
  • log fires and slate floors add to the sense of history
  • traditional music on weekends

CONS

  • limited choice of food
  • not much activity locally
  • long way to Sligo's bright lights

QUICK FACTS

B&B/Inn
Historical
Casual
Remote
Local Flavor
$

HOTEL INFO

Phones: 071-916–4140
Website:

HOTEL DETAILS

5 rooms
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast

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