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O'Riain Pottery is situated 3 kilometres from the town of Ballymote on your way to Gurteen in South County Sligo. Potter John makes functional stoneware pottery and one off Raku pieces, drawing inspiration from the surrounding rural landscape.
Located in Sligo Town, Barton Smith Sports is a one-stop shop for all kinds of sporting and outdoors gear.
Situated in an idyllic scenic location on the Atlantic coast, overlooked by the spectacular Benbulben mountain, the Clarion Hotel Sligo exudes classic contemporary style complete with an Elizabethan façade.
Martin Byrne is a Failte Ireland approved tour guide covering ancient sites in the north west region. He is a qualified artist, archaeologist and plays traditional Irish music on the fiddle.
Rosses Point is a seaside village with a long seafaring history. It is also the home to an 18 hole championship links course, a blue flag beach and Sligo Yacht Club which has hosted many National, International & World Championship events. Rosses Point is an easy walk for all ages as it is mostly flat. Starting from the Church of Ireland the walk takes you along the promenade where the Garavogue meets Sligo Bay. With the mountains to your left and the old village of Rosses Point to your right this stretch takes you to the Pier and the Lady Waiting on the Shore, dedicated to all the women from Rosses Point who waited behind as the loved ones when to sea.
Lough Gill is a large lake, nearly six and a half miles long and two and a half miles wide. There is public access to the lough from a pier on the south shore at the mouth of the Garavoge River, at Inishfree Pier and at Shriff Bay.
Toffs niteclub is part of the Embassy complex which includes the Belfry pub. Concession tickets can be got at the bar in the Belfry on certain nights.
Benbulben is known as County Sligo’s 'Table Mountain' and is part of the Dartry Mountains. It is a spectacular iconic geological feature hosting a unique variety of flora.
Cawley's Guesthouse in Tubbercurry, County Sligo, is a large, three storey building with two bars, a lounge, a comfortable lobby with an open fireplace, large residents' lounge with turf fire and a function room.
Sligo Chamber of Commerce & Industry was founded on 21st September 1923 with the purpose of developing existing business and attracting industry to Sligo.
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