Group Getaways


Follow the Wild Atlantic Way to Sligo, choose from golfing, surfing, hiking, walking, climbing, horse riding, or kayaking, and embrace your adventurous side. Whether you are looking for a thrilling experience or something a little bit more leisurely, Sligo has no shortage of exciting experiences waiting for you.

Located a short distance away from Sligo’s town centre and all the local attractions, Clayton Hotel Sligo is ideally suited for group getaways and offers a perfect base from which to explore Sligo – Ireland’s capital of epic adventures.

Book your group getaway with Clayton Hotel Sligo and avail of exclusive group rates. Rates are valid for group bookings of 10 or more. Terms and conditions, and supplements for July & August, and bank holiday weekends apply.

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Golfing Breaks


When it comes to Sligo’s golf courses, there are no drawbacks. Home to some of Ireland’s most pristine golf courses, Sligo will keep you wanting to swing your golf club. Recommended Golf Courses in Sligo:

  • County Sligo Golf Club – one of the world’s great links courses was originally founded in 1894. Situated in the picturesque seaside village of Rosses Point. Located 10min drive away from the hotel.
  • Strandhill Golf Club – a stunning 18-hole link is situated on the Atlantic coast in-between the Strandhill beach and Knocknarea mountain. Located 15min drive away from the hotel.
  • Enniscrone Golf Club – among the most challenging of traditional Irish links golf courses and offers 27 holes on 400 acres of superb links land. Located an hour drive away from the hotel.

Surfing Breaks


Called the ‘Surf Coast of the Wild Atlantic Way’, Sligo is surrounded by the beaches that offer the most consistent swell of anywhere in Europe. Ride the world-famous Sligo waves in one of these recommended beaches:

  • Strandhill Beach – considered the number one surfing beach in Ireland, Strandhill will not disappoint even the most experienced surfers with its huge waves in the right conditions.
  • Streedagh Beach – wide and sandy Streedagh Beach is the favourite amongst the locals and visitors alike and is an ideal choice for surfers and windsurfers.
  • Mullanghmore Beach – known as one of the world’s prime big-wave surf destinations, Mullanghmore’s waves offer the biggest Atlantic swells for the most experienced surfers.
  • Enniscrone Beach – renowned as one of the best beaches in Ireland, 5km of golden sand and gentle breaking waves makes this the perfect location for beginners and improvers.

Walking & Hiking Breaks


Sligo is home to over 300 km of walking trails through stunning forests, beaches, lakes, and mountains. Recommended walking trails in Co. Sligo:

  • Benbulben Forest Walk – suitable for all ages and abilities, the Forest Walk offers several looped walks and the most spectacular panoramic views of the iconic Benbulben.
  • Queen Maeve Trail – the trail is a 6 km loop around the clear-cut limestone mountain of Knocknarea. Climb the famous Knocknarea and enjoy the spectacular views in all directions.
  • Slish Wood & Hazelwood Forest – choose between linear and looped routes and discover the most stunning lakeside views. While Hazelwood is ideally fitted for those looking for some peace and tranquillity, the Slish Wood offers a more strenuous hillside track.
  • Keash Hill Trail – hike the Keshcorran Mountain and discover the famous caves of Keash. Surrounded by legends and tales, the caves offer some of the most unique views in Ireland.

See sligowalks.ie for full listings of walks and hikes in the location.

Book your Group Getaway in Sligo


Book your group getaway with Clayton Hotel Sligo and avail of exclusive group rates. Rates are valid for group bookings of 10 or more. Terms and conditions, and supplements for July & August, and bank holiday weekends apply. To inquire, contact the hotel directly on info.sligo@claytonhotels.com or by calling +353 (0)71 911 9000.

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