107 Accommodation, 27 Events , 211 Things to do
Lough Bo Shooting Centre, located in Drumnacool County Sligo is a family run shooting range that caters for the novice shooter right up to the expert. Situated in an area of unspoilt natural beauty, close to excellent fishing lakes.
Take a journey through our extensive history in Sligo or sample the ambience and atmosphere of the bar and lounge. Browse photos of our pub and our valued customers and friends and dip into our news pages. If you are looking for a competitively priced off-licence with an extensive choice of wines, beers and spirits to suit any pallette (or indeed pocket) look no further than Caheny's Cellars.
Italian theme, which also serves contential cusine and a daily fish board special. Family friendly, with seating available upstairs and down in the bar.
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.
Guided boat trips from Sligo on the Garavogue River and Lough Gill
Taking in Sligo, Hazelwood, Parkes Castle, Dromahair, Slish Wood, Dooney Rock and returning to Sligo. A distance of 35km (22miles) approximately.
Located in the heart of Sligo town, County Sligo, Mullaney Brothers specialises in sourcing quality Irish merchandise and design from t-shirts, scarves, sweater, coats and much more.
Lough Gara Lodge is a modern comfortable guesthouse in a quiet village location yet close to both N4 and N5 national roads to Sligo, the North, Castlebar and West Ireland.
Jul 27 2014 - Aug 08 2014
The longest running summer school in Ireland, celebrating W.B. Yeats, presents its unique blend of learning, art and fun in beautiful Yeats country.
Stunning sea views, mountains and golden beaches await those who stay at the Guest Wing of Primrose Grange. This beautifully presented historic country house sits close to Strandhill and Sligo Town and offers superior 4* self-catering accommodation.
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€35.00 per person sharing
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