106 Accommodation, 7 Events , 218 Things to do
Experience the romance and mystery of Inishmurrray island aboard the MV Fiona. Joe, author of 'Inishmurray: Island Voices' or Keith, will reveal the secrets of the island as you travel. Sailing daily from Mullaghmore, Co. Sligo.
Experience the romance and mystery of Inishmurray Island aboard the fast "Fiona Tee".
An Daingean is a friendly, family home, situated 1.5km from town centre on the R286. Close to all amenities and with a spacious garden.
The delightful family run Woodfield Inn provides, AA four star, Fáilte Ireland approved guest accommodation attached to a cosy traditional bar, in Ballisodare County Sligo. This property is wheelchair friendly.
A warm welcome awaits you at the Best Western Sligo Southern Hotel. Situated in the heart of Sligo Town, this popular hotel has an elegant period façade and sits serenely in its own gardens.
Open year round and perfect for independent living while exploring County Sligo, the Lacken Lodge sits near the charming coastal village of Easkey. The family-friendly property is a short walk to the coast and includes a drying room and playroom.
Ravens Rock Farm is the perfect choice for a getaway to the countryside of County Sligo. Set near Ballisodare, it is found on a working farm located beneath the Ox Mountains. The two-bedroom cottage is family friendly and well equipped.
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.
Comfortable bungalow situated on N17. Scenic area, nice gardens - golf and fishing nearby - Knock shrine 22 miles. Laundry facilities available. Relaxed friendly atmosphere.
From €175 pps
From £75.00 per day including insurance
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