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B&B Sligo

Find your best B&B accommodation in Sligo town or surrounding countryside through our recommendation here at Ireland Undiscovered. Apart from B&B, Sligo also offers the diversity of Hotels and Hostels.

Sligo Pubs and Nightlife

Sligo town is widely known for its traditional Irish pubs and all kinds of different style of live music, mainly talking about local rock and traditional Irish bands, famous musicians from all around the world, or individuals just willing to play or jam with friends for the sake of joy. From Monday to Sunday there are different gigs happening the Sligo restaurants and pubs all around the Sligo city center situated around the Garavouge river, the shortest river in the world.

The oldest and up to this date still open pub in Sligo is Thomas Connolly, right opposite of Glass House hotel across the delta bay of the river. But there are also other well established pubs that we would recommend to visit such as McGarigles, Swagman, Hargadons, Shoot the Crows, Fiddlers, Garavouge, Foleys, and a few more. The Sligo nightlife is very busy, especially on weekends with night clubs opened till early morning hours.

For those who would prefer other kinds of entertainment, the Omniplex Sligo cinema is open throughout the whole week, offering the newest movies that are freshly rolling out.

Glass House Hotel

The Sligo’s 4 star Glass House Hotel is offering nice stay in in the heart of the Sligo beside the Garavouge river with nice view on the Sligo city center. All the facilities such as Sligo pubsrestaurants, or cinema are accessible to anyone within the short walking distance. Glass House offers the accommodation with the luxury rooms for some competitive prices and is one of the well-known hotels in Sligo.

Sligo Shopping

Enjoy Your Shopping in Sligo

Sligo city center is accommodated with 2 medium-large shopping centers situated close to each other right in the heart of the downtown, Quay Side shopping center and Johnson’s Court shopping center. On the top of that, there are many other franchises or family owned shops to be found, as shopping is a big part of Sligo culture.

Sligo is also equipped with two large retail parks, each located outside the city center within walking distance.

Accommodation Sligo

There is a quite well-established accommodation infrastructure in Sligo city and surrounding areas, with multiple choices of Hostels, Hotels, traditional B&Bs, Air B&Bs, or various camp sites. The accommodation prices vary and purely depend on the type of service and luxury, of course.

Hostel price range is from €15 to €40 per night, whereas one night in 4-star hotel would cost €80 to €150 per night, and B&Bs go for around €40 on average.

Sligo Accommodation