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Where to stay around Sligo

Sligo Accommodation

Guesthouses
If you are looking for somewhere truly authentic to stay in south County Sligo, we recommend that you treat yourselves to a luxury stay in Coopershill Guesthouse. www.coopershill.com
It is located in beautiful green countryside in the south of the county, not far from scenic Lough Arrow. The house is surrounded by woods, has a gorgeous rose garden, overlooks the river and the family will give you a warm welcome when you arrive into historic rooms with large open, log fires. This matches our Carrowkeel Tombs Trail
 

Another charming, historic house is Temple House Guest House, c.23 kms southwest of Sligo Town. Find them at www.templehouse.ie This is the home of the Perceval family for the last 350 years. Roderick and Helena now run it with their family. It is situated on a lake front where a ruined castle and Knights Templar stand. The approach to it is a winding avenue through a rolling green field where sheep graze under tall decidous trees. The house is filled with interesting memorabilia, paintings and artefacts. The bedrooms are huge and the host and hostess are hospitable. This matches our Carrowkeel Tombs Trail

 
If you want to stay in a modern, luxurious guesthouse/B&B which is located in a scenic part of Sligo by the sea, then ’Down Yonder’ is for you. It is a purpose built, family run Bed and Breakfast, located above the village of Rosses Point which is full of maritime history and very scenic. This guesthouse offers luxurious accommodation, a delicious wholesome breakfast, a relaxing environment and easy access to all that Rosses Point & Sligo Town have to offer. www.downyonder.ie This matches our Yeats Trail
 
Hotels
If you are vsiting North Sligo and looking for a quiet stay and a gorgeous beach to walk on, we recommend The Pier Hotel in Mullaghmore. This little hotel is very cosy and comfortable, situated on the waters edge in a very old, historic harbour where  from the Dartry Mountains and mighty Benbulben Mountain can be admired. Mullaghmore headland juts onto onto Donegal Bay and there is a choice of watersports or leisure pursuits that you can do here. It is the site of the ’big wave surfing’ in the winter time. www.pierhotel.ie This matches our Spanish Armada Trail 
 
If you are visiting the surfing village of Strandhill, which is very close to Sligo town (15 nmins drive) and on the Atlantic, we recommend Strandhill Lodge and Suites. This is a luxury apart-hotel with fabulous views out onto Sligo Bay. The hotel is squeeky clean, has gorgeous spacious rooms with balconies and you will be treated very well by the staff. www.strandhilllodgeandsuites.ie This matches our Strandhill Heritage Trail or Queen Maeve’s Trail

 

If you are staying in Sligo Town, we recommend the Riverside Hotel. This is a cosy hotel nicely situated along the pretty Garavogue River. It is only a 2 minute walk from tapas bars, pubs and restaurants and if you want to enjoy tranquility or sport along the river, you can walk, cycle or SUP paddle there. There is lots of wildlife alogn the river to watch while you sit with a coffee overlooking a weir. The staff are friendly and the food is good. Check them out here and tell them we sent you!


Bed and Breakfasts
Nestled within ‘Yeats Country’ and off the beaten track, Ocean Heights B&B overlooks the Atlantic Ocean and Innismurray Island along the Wild Atlantic Way and is only a five minutes drive from historic Lissadell House and Gardens. It is family run and has rooms that have ocean or garden view. If you looking for things to do, the owners will organise for you to horse ride, cycle fish, golf or do guided heritage trails with us. There are gorgeous beaches close by to relax on. www.oceanheightsbnb.com This matches our Spanish Armada Trail

 

Hostels

The Benwiskin Centre, located in a beautiful scenic, rural part of north Co. Sligo in the shadow of Benwiskin Mountain is an ideal base to explore the North West of Ireland. The Centre has 5 private rooms and 1 dorm room and can sleep 28 people and can be hired in it’s entirety to groups! They are a short distance from Mullaghmore on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way. There are a variety of land and water based activities available within a short distance from the Centre if looking for an action packed break. The area is also ideal for those interested in walking and cycling, electric and traditional bikes available (advance booking necessary). Check them out here 

Beehive Hostel, Sligo Town

If you would like to stay in town and try our town tour, this hostel is new and very smart inside. It only opened recently and has a fresh look inside and out. Have a look at their hostel pics on the web and contact them at 21 Wolfetone St, Sligo. They are only 2 minutes walk from Bus Eireann and the main train station and only 5 minutes walk into town centre. This is one of the better hostels in Sligo. Call them on +353 (0) 71 9152802

 

 



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