​​​​​​​Dromahair Arts & Recreation Centre

Dromahair is located on the banks of The River Bonet, along R288  about 19km from Sligo and 15km from Manorhamilton.    

W.B.Yeats used to visit Dromahair to visit the local parish priest,   He refers to that priest in his poem "Old Priest Peter Gilligan" and to Dromahair in "The man who dreamed of Faeryland"


Creevelea Abbey Old Fransican Friary is located on the outskirts of the village.  So is Parkes Castle.   Also The Isle of Innisfree is nearby too.


The village population has increased substantially over the last 10 years.   There are many community and voluntary groups in the area, all of which contributed to the success of this project:  Lough Gill Players, Innisfree Wheelers, Wednesday Club, St. Patrick's GAA, Dromahair Ladies Football, Dromahair Development Association, Dromahair Tidy Towns, Youth Club, Dromahair Demons Festival, St Patricks Boxing Club, The Dromahair Anglers Association, Women's Group, Newtownmanor Development Association, Killargue Development Association & Tennis Club, Breffni ICA, Parents Associations and Teachers of our 4 local National Schools - Ardvarney, Drumlease, Killenummery and Leckaun.


While visiting Dromahair you can enjoy beautiful food in either  Riverbank Restaurant, Stanfords Village Inn Tea Rooms, Blue Devon, Centra Deli, or a relaxing coffee in Woodview Inn.


If you are looking for relaxation -  check out Ardnahoo HealthFarmfor Yoga sessions or Eco Cabin breaks.