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Clayton Hotel Sligo
Set on beautiful grounds overlooked by the spectacular Benbulben Mountain.
Bulbens Bar & Bistro
We invite you to take a seat, unwind and enjoy good food in the company of friends or family in Bulbens Bar & Bistro at Clayton Hotel Sligo.
Sample delicious, fresh ingredients direct from local farms and fishermen.
This small, family run restaurant serves the best Italian food in Sligo.
Fiddlers Creek Restaurant & Bar
The traditional restaurant and bar has been at the heart of Sligo town for 20 years and continues to be one of our most recommended.
Gastropub and sports bar isn’t necessarily a combination you might think works but The Belfry pulls it off in style.
The perfect spot for lunch or light bites exploring Sligo town centre.
Strand Hill People’s Market
Visit the quirky market, held each Sunday at Sligo Airport.
Quayside Shopping Centre
Fabulous selection of stores in Sligo town centre.
Sligo Race Course is under 10 minutes drive from Clayton Hotel Sligo.
Celebrating our most famous son.
Sligo County Museum
Discover the rich history of our county and people. Sligo County Museum houses a range of collections including artefacts from stone age life right up to a firkin of 100-year-old bog butter.
Island View Riding Stables & Riding School
Riding on the beach is a bucket-list item for many of us, tick it off when you visit Sligo!
Sitting at the base of Knocknarea, a 327m hill topped with a giant cairn on the Cúil Irra peninsula, Strandhill is just 15 minutes’ drive from Clayton Hotel Sligo.
The Gaelic name Cnoc na Ri means “Hill of Kings” alludes to the myth the ancient kings of the province were crowned here. Knocknarea remains one of the most striking landmarks in Sligo dominating the skyline over the Coolera peninsula.
Lisadell House & Gardens
The impressive house is situated just outside Carney, 20 minutes’ drive from Clayton Hotel Sligo, dramatically below Table Mountain, it is a sheer delight to visit all year round.
At the northern entry to Sligo Bay, Rosses Point offers beautiful coastal walks, and other outdoor activities.
Waterpoint Aqua Park
The aqua park provides endless amusement and a trip here will without doubt be one to remember.
The impressive ruins are at the centre of Sligo town.
Happy Days Adventure Play Centre
This fun-filled venue is perfect for a day out with the little ones.
Lough Key Forest & Activity Park
Whether it’s gentle leisurely activities that you enjoy or more energetic adventures, Lough Key Forest and Activity Park has it all.
Visitors are taken on a short stroll through a nature trail in the woodland area and through stunning green fields.
See the eagles, owls, hawks and falcons fly twice daily and a petting zoo.
Visit Ireland’s most astounding contemporary arts centres and home to the famous Niland Collection.
Carrowmore Visitor Centre
Discover the history of the largest megalithic site in Europe where over 60 megalithic tombs have been discovered, half of which are accessible to the public.
St John’s Cathedral
Designed by architect Richard Cassels, it’s believed the west tower retains elements of the 13th-century structure hospital that originally stood on the site.
Learn to surf on some of the best beaches in the world.
Donegal Adventure Centre
Only a 20 minute drive from Sligo town, Bundoran village is renowned for the adventure sports facilities on offer. Donegal Adventure Centre offers fully supervised abseiling, cliff- jumping, high-roping and more for enthusiasts of every age. These activities are certainly ideal for visitors looking for an adrenaline rush.
Some of the best sea fishing in the world.
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