Luxury Accommodation in Enniscrone Village, a seaside resort in County Sligo, Ireland

Enniscrone The horizons surrounding Enniscrone feature Sligos Benbulben and Knock Narea, the Ox Mountain Range and Mayos Nephin Beg and Kilalla bay.
You can enjoy the experience of staying in a countryside village with all the amenities and services of a town very close by.


Enniscrones public sandy beach stretches over a long area of shoreline. It is split near the lower part of the village by a small crossable river, and is watched over by lifeguards in the busy summer period.

A large number of walkers use the full stretch to the mouth of the river Moy, at which point Bartra Island can be seen. The beach is used extensively by the population of the nearby town of Ballina, County Mayo.

The Valley of Diamonds is one of the hidden attractions along the beach; it is the largest of volcano-like compositions among the long-grassed sand dunes, the inside of which is a mostly sandy circler-like valley, it is located near the end of the beach.


Founded in 1918, redesigned by Eddie Hackett in 1974 and by Donald Steel in 2001, this Irish championship course is one of Ireland's finest authentic golf links. Apart from the championship links known as The Dunes, there is also the splendid 9 hole Scurmore course.

Visit the Golf Course's own website here


Enniscrone is now well known for surfing the breakers on the beach. During the summer season there two surf schools working from the beach which are both ISA approved.

There is no feeling so exhilarating as catching your first wave, Enniscrone is the perfect place to introduce yourself to the wonderful world of surfing.

Whether you are trying surfing for the first time or wishing to improve two surf schools are available in a safe and enjoyable environment with surfboards and wet suits provided.

— North West Surf School

— Seventh Wave Surf School


Seaweed Baths For almost 100 years and into the fifth generation of ownership the same family, an essential experience when visiting Enniscrone.
Tradition along the West Coast of Ireland holds that the practice of bathing in hot water and seaweed provides relief from the painful symptoms of rheumatism and arthritis. The therapeutic power of the Seaweed Bath is attributed to the high concentration of iodine that occurs naturally in sea water and in seaweed.

Sunset Spa a unisex day spa which boasts a salt steam grotto, sauna, tropical monsson shower, rasul treats and many more. Relax and indulge in the Spas full body treatments and beauty essentials. The Spa is conveniently located at Waterpoint, Enniscrones swimming pool which has lots to keep children entertained while you relax.

The Lighthouse Penthouse :: The Marine Lighthouse Apartments :: Enniscrone :: Co. Sligo :: 096 36634