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Church View B&B Ballaghaderreen Star Rating 4        
Main St.

Set within the scenic countryside of Gorteen, Church View B&B Ballaghaderreen offers comfortable accommodation and a wide range of facilities, such as free Wi-Fi.The spacious rooms at the bed & breakfast have a flat-screen TV, a private bathroom and tea and coffee making facilities. Cable/satellite channels, a shower and a hair dryer are also provided.
Sligo Park Hotel Star Rating 4        
Pearse Road

A 15-minute walk from the Sligo Race Course, this modern hotel is also 13.8 km from Sligo Airport. The polished, modern rooms feature flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, and tea and coffeemaking equipment.
BEST WESTERN Sligo Southern Hotel Star Rating 3        
Strandhill Road

Next to Sligo train station, this polished hotel in an elegant building dating from 1928 is 9 minutes' walk from poetry exhibits and resources at the Yeats Memorial Building and 13 minutes' walk from the 13th-century Sligo Abbey. Airy rooms have free Wi-Fi, TVs, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Family rooms add sofabeds.
Castle Dargan Hotel Ballygawley Star Rating 4        
Castle Dargon Estate

Set on 170 acres of parkland, this 18th-century castle resort is 11 km from Sligo Abbey and 8.4 km from Slieveward Bog. The upscale accommodations feature en suite bathrooms, TVs and free Internet access, as well as tea and coffeemaking equipment.
Radisson Blu Hotel Sligo Star Rating 4        
Ballincar, Rosses Point Road

Surrounded by countryside, this sophisticated hotel is 3.9 km from the Yeats Memorial Building and 4.2 km from Sligo Abbey.
Yeats County Inn Star Rating 2        
Curry County Sligo Ballynote

LocationLocated in a comfortable and relaxing venue of Sligo, the Yeats County Inn is 16 kilometres from the Sligo Train Station and 40 kilometres away from the Sligo Airport. The major west link bus routes are available just outside the main door making the inn conveniently accessible.RoomsThe Inn features superior bedrooms that are elegantly designed and tastefully decorated to make you feel comfortable.
Riverside Hotel Sligo Star Rating 3        

This unpretentious hotel on the banks of the Garavogue River is a 3-minute walk from the ruins of Sligo Abbey and 5 km from the megalithic tombs complex at Carrowmore. The straightforward rooms feature neutral decor and come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. There are also 1- and 2-bedroom suites with kitchenettes and living/dining areas.
Clarion Hotel Sligo Star Rating 4        
Clarion Road

With views of Benbulben Mountain, this relaxed hotel has an ornate facade and dates from 1848. It's also a 12-minute walk from the Institute of Technology Sligo and 11.8 km from Sligo Airport.
Sligo City Hotel Star Rating 3        
Quay Street

In the town centre, this modest hotel is a 2-minute walk from the Yeats Memorial Building, and 8 minutes from 14th-century Sligo Abbey. Traditional rooms come with free Wi-Fi, tea and coffeemaking equipment, and cable TV. Breakfast is available for an extra fee.
The Glasshouse Hotel Sligo Star Rating 4        
Swan Point

Overlooking Garavogue River, this contemporary, glass-fronted hotel is shaped like a docked ship and offers city views. It's a 4-minute walk from Quayside Shopping Centre and a 7-minute walk from Sligo train station. The colourful, warmly decorated rooms feature flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi and work desks, as well as tea and coffeemaking equipment.
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With one of the greatest concentration of megalithic monuments in Ireland, Sligo chartered as a county since 1579 boasts a landscape as rich in lore as it is in beauty . The town of Sligo is a seaport and commercial center. Just outside the town is Lough Gill, Yeats "Lake isle of Innisfree" Among the prehistoric sites in the area are Maeve's Mound, a huge cairn at Knocknarea, and megaliths at Carrowmore. Sligo's history dates from the mid-13th century with construction of a castle and the 13th-century Sligo Abbey. The abbey was destroyed in 1641 but now has restored cloisters.