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Moira and Chrsity Tighe have been welcoming guests for more than 30 years to their award winning Cromleach Lodge four star Country House Hotel, in County Sligo.
The Sligo City Hotel offers guests clean, comfortable bedrooms in an unrivalled location at the heart of Sligo Town. Their bar and restaurant, the Quays, is an ideal meeting place thanks to their great location and excellent food.
A warm welcome awaits you at the family run Yeats County Inn. This comfortable and relaxing venue is situated on the N17 between Charlestown and Tubbercurry.
Glach a Mara is a 3 Star Fáilte Ireland approved, five bedroom purpose built B&B and was built in 1996. It is situated on an elevated site overlooking Dernish Island, Donegal Bay and the Donegal Mountains.
Seashore is an attractive 4 star Bed and Breakfast in county Sligo. This B&B is ideally located on a 3 acre site with a small sheep farm, 4km from Ballisodare, on the Wild Atlantic Way. It is just 12 km from Sligo.
Seven bedroom dormer bungalow with spacious living room and spacious dining room also large hall. Total size 2500 sqft. Mature large gardens and large patio.
Situated in the engaging town of Ballymote in County Sligo, Millhouse is a spacious and excellently run B&B within walking distance from local pubs and restaurants.
Temple House is a beautiful Georgian mansion set in an estate of 1,000 acres, overlooking a 13th Century lakeside castle of the Knights Templar.
Guests to Tower Hill B&B are assured of a peaceful and relaxing stay in the heart of beautiful County Sligo. Overlooking Lough Arrow. Trout fishing, boat hire available nearby. Close to Bricklieve Mountains and archaelogical sites.
The Mountain Inn provides B&B accommodation in the heart of the Ox Mountains, in Coolaney County Sligo. They offer four very comfortable ensuite bedrooms and one family room.
From €130 per day
€360.00 per person sharing
€369 per person
From €154 pps
From €1,150 per person
€165.00 Per Person for 3 nights
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