Accommodation Providers

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Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa, Sligo

Surrounded by the wild and beautiful countryside the Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa is and easy 5 minutes drive from Sligo centre. Business travellers will find Finisklin Business Park just 5 minutes away and the leisure guest may enjoy a round of golf at the renowned County Sligo Golf Club or a trip to the beach at Rosses Point village just 3km from the hotel. Sligo is a thriving city, boasting wonderful shopping, enviable outdoor activities, surfing, golfing and angling to mention a few and impressive historical,cultural attractions and a lively cafe and pub culture for that night out!

Strandhill Lodge & Suites

A multi award winning boutique hotel that’s been in operation for 5 years. In that time its been awarded 13th best boutique hotel in the world, best small hotel in Ireland and has featured prominently on Tripadvisors Travellers Choice. We boast 22 well appointed rooms most of which have excellent views of the Atlantic Ocean and all are well appointed.

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The Clayton Hotel Sligo

Situated in an idyllic scenic location on the Atlantic Coast, overlooked by majestic Benbulben mountain it exudes classic contemporary style complete with Elizabethan façade. Only 2.5 hours from Dublin and Belfast, within walking distance of the bustling town of Sligo, this truly is a wonderful holiday destination. The Clayton Hotel Sligo has rooms to suit every guest’s needs with 74 Superior Bedrooms and 89 Suites with kitchenette facilities. Guests at the Clayton Hotel Sligo can enjoy an excellent range of facilities including a choice of restaurants, Sinergie & Bulbens Bar, Club Vitae, Essence Spa & Kids Club with Crazy Golf.

The Glasshouse Hotel

Sligo’s only 4 star city centre hotel, AA Rosette Winning Kitchen Restaurant serving lunch and dinner. Cafe Bar food running all day.

The Sligo Park Hotel & Leisure Club

Located on the edge of Sligo Town on the Wild Atlantic Way, the Sligo Park Hotel & Leisure Club offers a range of dining options. Breakfast, lounge snacks, Carvery Lunch, Bar food throughout the day and Restaurant Lunch and Dinner. Winner of the coveted AA Rosette Award for consistently displaying excellence in food offerings. The emphasis is on Fresh Local Produce in season, served in the pleasant, comfortable surroundings of this four star hotel.

Coach House Hotel

Situated in the heart of Ballymote, The Coach House Hotel strikes the perfect balance between home and hotel, placing guests in the heart of our idyllic South Sligo town. Serving home cooked locally sourced comfort food with a twist. Just outside our doorstep explore historic sites, golf courses, walks, cycle routes, angling, sparkling lakes & The Caves of Keash.

Cawley’s Guesthouse, Tubbercurry

Our family friendly bright airy restaurant overlooks a walled garden and an inviting bar, serving the best of local ingredients. Our Seafood Chowder and our Irish Stew are of international renown. Quality Irish meat is sourced from local butchers Noel Wynn Meats, Derek Sherlock Meats and artisan sausages from Sheerins and Hodgkins of Ballymote. Oysters and shellfish delivered fresh from Sligo/Donegal feature amongst our most popular dishes. Gluten and dairy free options are available including our full Irish breakfast, which is freshly grilled to order. Our traditional Irish lunch menu is followed by Continental “a la carte” and bar menu.

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Seashore B&B

Seashore is an attractive 4 star home operated by Ann Campbell on a 3 acre site with a small sheep farm, 4km form Ballisodare and 12km from Sligo on the shores of Ballisodare Bay on the Wild Atlantic Way. Enjoy views of the Ox Mountains, Ballisodare Bay & Knocknarea. Guests come for the views and stay for the hospitality. Ann was delighted to share her home with Regina Sexton food writer, John and Sally McKenna, food producers, restaurateurs, artisans and overall mavericks in the world of Irish food during Só Sligo Food Festival. The annual festival includes talks, discussions, demos, tastings, food trails and the World Irish Stew Championship.

Temple House

You can stay for bed and breakfast, (dinner if you wish), hold a house party or hold your wedding at Temple House, a beautiful country house set in the idylic surroundings of a 1000 acre family estate. Terraced gardens sweep down to the lakeside castle of the Knights Templar and native woodland provides the woodland to contented sheep grazing on lush green pastures. Boats are available to row on the lake where you can see a ring fort and two crannogs. A recent winner of Georgina Campbells Guide “Country House of the Year” and “Breakfast of the Year” every aspect of your stay will be special.