Dromahair (Irish: Droim Dhá Thiar) meaning ‘Ridge of Two Demons’, is a small village in County Leitrim, Ireland. Dromahair is 10 km (6 miles) from Manorhamilton and 17 km (10 miles) from Sligo town. Dromahair lies in the hilly north west of Leitrim amid some stunning unspoiled natural landscapes. The “Sleeping Giant” mountain formation (comprising Keelogyboy, Leean and Benbo) is visible on approaches to the village, as is Lough Gill below the Slieve Daeáne and Killerry mountain. The village itself is also idyllic, located on the banks of the River Bonet, which flows into Lough Gill. Much of Dromahair was modeled on a village in Somerset by the Earl of Leitrim, and the central streets-cape still follows the pattern set down by him.
Dromahair has several pubs and restaurants. It also contains a post office, hotel and public library, a few convenience stores and general shops, hairdressers, butchers, garage, national school, two historic churches as well as a health center. Tourist attractions include Creveelea Abbey which is just stunning in its riverside location by the Bonet which is excellent for fishing. , the Tour De Humbert Cycling Trail, Ard Nahoo Health Farm, Parke’s Castle situated beside Lough Gill on the Sligo-Dromahair road (R286, 5 km (3 miles) NW of the village) and the Wild Rose Waterbus which offers tours of Lough Gill between Sligo and Parke’s Castle. Stanfords Village Inn and Blue Devons all have lovely bar food. Sample food at the award winning Riverbank Restaurant or some of the excellent village pubs.