Streedagh in County Sligo is perhaps one of the finest geological sites in all of Ireland. Located on the coastline with near horizontal layers of rock, this is an ideal hunting ground for fossils.
The bedrock is Carboniferous limestone formed around 340 million years ago when a shallow tropical sea covered the entire area. What makes Streedagh so special is the entire area is blanketed with the fossil remains of dead sea creatures.
Such a beautifully clean and laid out cottage, the views from the cottage and the lane up the side of the cottage are breath-taking, the hot-tub and sauna are the business we all enjoyed it, one of the highlights for me was sitting out front at night with a beer not a neighbour or anyone to look at you, I will miss this place, but i will be back, Josephine has got another regular.
Todd Family, Belfast