107 Accommodation, 27 Events , 211 Things to do
The Strand Bar in the heart of Strandhill is a long established family run business with a tradition of warm hospitality dating back to 1913. Owned by the Byrne brothers, it is a welcoming haven in the heart of this lively gem of a village.
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.
Warm, welcoming, family house, with private car parking and a ten minutes walk to town centre. Close to Sligo General Hospital.
LSD Kiteboarding is a new kitesurfing centre based on the amazing beaches in the northwest of Ireland. We offer lessons, a shop and demo centre.
The Crossbar is a bar and restaurant offering a substantial bar menu with steaks, chicken, fish, burgers and a lot more at reasonable prices in a relaxed environment.
St John’s Cathedral is an Anglican house of worship found in Sligo Town and thought to be located on the site of a 13th-century hospital and parish church. German Richard Cassels designed the present cathedral in the mid-1700s.
A well-furnished holiday home, 33 The Dunes is an excellent choice for independent travellers visiting lovely Enniscrone, County Sligo. The three-bedroom home is situated near all local amenities, including the beach, golf course and seaweed baths.
Comfortable bungalow situated on N17. Scenic area, nice gardens - golf and fishing nearby - Knock shrine 22 miles. Laundry facilities available. Relaxed friendly atmosphere.
Located on the quiet outskirts of the town. Fort View takes its name from the "fairy fort" (an ancient earthen rampart)in the field opposite.
Wehrly Bros. is a family Jewellers in Sligo town, County Sligo, established in the 1870s with a strong tradition for quality. Their aim is to provide our customers with quality branded items at affordable prices.
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