We will be happy to arrange local outdoor activities which include golf, fishing, horse riding, surfing, cycling, boating and scuba diving.
Horse Riding beside The Wild Atlantic Way
Island View Riding
Island View Riding – day rides and treks, lessons http://www.islandviewridingstables.com
Tel. +353 (0)71 9166156
Horse Holiday Farm – horse riding holidays for a week or more
Tel. +353 (0)71 9166152
Tel. +353 876100111
Within 30 minutes include Rosses Point, Strandhill, Bundoran and Murvagh (all participate in the popular Westcoast Golf challenge which takes place in September).
Tralua Trail Running invites people of all abilities to take part in the active enjoyment of Sligo's wilder, more out-of-the-way places, including glacier-carved highlands, wooded hillsides and foreshores formed by wind and wave.
Tel. +353 86 301 5451 Gavin Macarthur
The North West of Ireland provides an excellent selection of rivers and lochs, as well as the sea. The River Drowes is a ten minute drive from Mullaghmore and is a very popular choice for locals and tourists. First salmon of the year is almost religiously caught in the Drowes at the start of the season on January 1st, attracting many fishing enthusiasts, young and old.
Lough Melvin is a 15 minute drive and hosts salmon and four species of trout: Common Brown Trout, Gillaroo Trout, Sonaghan Trout and Ferox Trout. Salmon fishing on Lough Melvin begins on Feb 1st. The River Duff is a spate river five minutes from Mullaghmore. There is a wide selection of rivers within the immediate area of Mullaghmore.
Licences and permits are all available locally.
Eithna's By The Sea Restaurant
Eithna’s By The Sea Seafood Restaurant – 5 mins walk from our Bed and Breakfast. Specialises in seafood but also does steaks, daily specials, healthy wholesome foods and coffee with homemade cakes.
Tel. 086 851 5607