My girlfriend and I stayed here for a weekend away and had an excellent weekend.
Situated in Ballintogher, outside Sligo Town, we found it was quiet and peaceful enough for a relaxing break, but near enough to Sligo (about 10 mins drive) to nip in to town for some shopping or something to eat ( - Coach Lane restaurant was superb). The location is perfect for getting around the Sligo area.
We found the staff to be very helpful and welcoming. Breakfast was very good. We didn't have dinner there, but the chef buy fresh food from a local market daily and is able to buy/cook to order, given sufficient notice. Even the owner, Bernard, stopped to chat and make sure everything was ok.
The rooms were the jewel in the crown for us though. While our room wasn't big, it was most definitely more cosy than cramped, and it was certainly very clean and very well kept. The beds were absolutely first class. Very comfortable, with fresh, white cotton sheets and covers. We both slept soundly and jokingly suggested taking the beds with us - souvenirs of course!!
In terms of value for money, we couldn't have asked for much more. €160 for two nights b&b for both of us, in such top drawer accommodation was much more than we could have imagined.
We both thoroughly enjoyed our stay here and will almost certainly return.