The Benwiskin Centre is an ideal base for you, families or groups to explore the North West of Ireland.
The Benwiskin Centre is currently undergoing extension and renovation works. These works are due to continue to end of June 2019. Our accommodation will be available from July 2019, offering 8 bedrooms, accommodating 32-35 people.
The Benwiskin Centre is a Hostel and Self Catering Accommodation Centre in the rural village of Ballintrillick, approx 5 miles from Mullaghmore, one of the 'Signature Discovery Points' on the Wild Atlantic Way's long distance touring route.
The Centre is located in a beautiful scenic rural location in the shadow of Benwiskin Mountain, part of Ireland's Dartry Mountain range, with the only tabletop mountain in Europe, Benbulben, within eye view.
The Benwiskin Centre provides:
The area is steeped in history and folklore. Neolithic cairns, Dolmans and Ring Forts testify to the rich heritage of the people who lived here for thousands of years. Diarmuid and Grainne’s cave, the highest cave in Ireland, is at the famous Gleniff Horseshoe just 10 minutes drive from the Benwiskin Centre. Foundations of an old Barytes Mill Site is at the base of the Gleniff Horseshoe Drive.
At Keelogues Cemetery you will find the ruins of an Abbey and there are also Mass rocks within walking distance.
There’s something for everyone; 7 beaches for you to choose from at Bundoran, Strandhill in Sligo, Cliffoney, Mullaghmore, Tullaghan, Streedagh in Grange and slightly further afield Rossnowlagh in Donegal.
If you’re into cycling and walking then you will not be disappointed - endless cycle paths and walkers trails to be explored. You can also hire out bicycles from our bike hire service at the Centre.
Mullaghmore and Bundoran have became famous for its surfing and what better place to stay than at The Benwiskin Centre to take advantage of this.
The Benwiskin Centre invites you to come and experience the beauty of the North West of Ireland.