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There's always something for everyone

Sligo is a fun, creative city with a vibrant cultural, arts and music scene that is celebrated in the many different festivals and events held throughout the year. As well as a host of nearby family-friendly attractions and adult-friendly nearby attractions, there are a number of exciting day trips you can take to explore all that this beautiful part of the world has to offer.

The North West has some of the best surfing locations in Ireland. The hotel is close to Rosses Point, Strandhill, Streedagh Strand and Bundoran which are renowned spots for surfing and other water sports. Try Sailing and Windsurfing in Rosses Point or Blokarting or surfing in Strandhill.

Home to a number of Championship links Golf Courses in Ireland including the renowned County Sligo Golf Club which is only a few minutes’ drive away, Enniscrone, Strandhill and Murvagh Golf Clubs all within easy access to the hotel.

Hill walking
Explore the extensive local walking trails, hills and mountains of Sligo including Knocknarea and Benbulben and Glencar Waterfall 

There are extensive riding schools in Sligo including Markree Riding Stables and Island View Grange. Both schools specialise in beach rides for all ages and levels of experience.

Family Fun
There are lots of things to do with your little one’s including: Sligo Races, Sligo Folk Park, Funny Bones and Five Star Fun Activity Centres, Eagles Flying, Dooney Rock Forest Park, Gillighans Fairy World and Sathya Sai Donkey Sanctuary

Sligo is surrounded with magnificent beaches including Rosses Point, Strandhill, Culleenamore, Mullaghmore, Enniscrone and Streedagh to name but a few!

With Sligo located beside rivers, lakes and the sea, anglers will be spoilt for choice. Lough Gill is a large Lough renowned for salmon and trout fishing. Sligo’s coastline stretching from Mullaghmore to Easkey gives every conceivable variety of fishing.