The price is €99 per night from 29 May to 30 May€99
29 May - 30 May
4.9/5 Exceptional! (47 reviews)
What a find 👍
"The Driftwood is s small eight bed hotel. I stayed in room 8 which was like a mini suite. It was really quirky & so tastefully fitted out it made up for no view. My friend stayed in room 4 which was smaller than mine but has stunning views of the sea. We eat in the restaurant & food was surberb with ..."
The price is €89 per night from 12 Jun to 13 Jun€89
12 Jun - 13 Jun
4.6/5 Exceptional! (29 reviews)
Comfortable, modern, good value.
"Great option in this area. Very new and modern building, very clean room. My room was on the top floor on the corner and was therefore very quiet, which is important for me. Lots of space to hang clothes and store other items, plus a little desk space perfect for getting work done. The location (as ..."
"What a view! This could be from a Postcard of Ireland. I walked two blocks to world class golf at Sligo Co. Golf Club (Rosses Point). Friendly people at the local Pub and Archie was wonderful. Would go back again!"
"The.minute we pulled we had a bad feeling. The apartments looked run down and dull. We werent hapoy with our apartment and the owner Jeremish refused to give our money back. We had booked 4 nights! Staff member leah assured us that we woulf get a full refund if we weren't satisfied! Table and was ..."
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Frequently asked questions
Whether you’re passing through town and are looking for accommodation that’s small and charming, or you’re travelling solo and hoping to meet fellow tourists, B&Bs can be a great choice for many travellers. If your ideal holiday to Sligo includes spending lots of time outside, Knocknarea and Lough Gill are good spots to enjoy the scenery.
With attentive service, opportunities to interact with the owner and tasty breakfasts, B&Bs offer a unique environment.
When you’re dreaming of a escape to Sligo, make sure that you take the year-round temperatures into account. The hottest months are usually July and August, with an average temperature of 14°C, while the coldest months are January and February, with an average of 5°C. Average annual precipitation for Sligo is 804 mm.
If you enjoy experiencing a new place through your taste buds, you’ll definitely enjoy Sligo for its bar scene and array of dining options. When you want to explore some cultural attractions on your trip, Hawks Well Theatre and Sligo County Museum are worthy sites to visit. You should put Sligo Cathedral and Sligo Abbey on your list if you want to see more of the area.
You can map out your trip in and around Sligo ahead of time with these transportation options. Fly into Knock (NOC-Ireland West), which is located 28.3 mi (45.6 km) away. If you’d like to explore around the area, you may want to rent a car for your trip.
"This is an absolute must stay if you are in the are of Sligo!
The owners of Castledale have turned their home into a magnificent accommodation for guests. Don’t worry…the owners live behind the property now after their kids moved out.
You are literally staying in a castle, or a mansion for those of us from the United States. The bedrooms are all locked rooms. As a guest, you get a “castle key” to your room, a key to the front door, and a remote for the private driveway gate.
The common areas of the home serve as a breakfast area, entertainment area, and relaxation area. There is a piano, a pool table, a massive room to watch movies, and much more. The grounds of the property are immaculate.
The owners and hosts greet you upon your arrival and give you a great tour. Each room has its own bath and equipped with a hair dryer, soap/body wash/shampoo and conditioner.
It feels a little strange at first because you are staying in someone’s house which they use to live in, but this is a mansion/castle and it was fabulous.
My only concern was that if you happen to book at the same time as a rowdy individual or two, they could literally play the piano or watch movies downstairs all night and the sound would carry.
One of the coolest places we have ever stayed at. "
"A strikingly modern edifice in the middle of a small and thriving Irish city, The Glasshouse would appear to be a businessperson’s hotel but it serves the needs of any visitor quite well. The car park underground is small and easily navigated. The rooms are ample sized and have all the amenities one might need. Our included breakfast featured made-to-order eggs in a well-staffed venue. Having a riverside room with balcony was a delight. Highly recommendable. "
A verified traveller from Ventura stayed at The Glasshouse
"Owners were perfect blend of yin and yang. Mary is a sociable, engaging and caring hostess, whilst Peter exudes an unflappable but equally compassionate calm. Both professional without resorting to a robotic script. Their wonderful manner (and the robust breakfast) got me through a difficult weekend and enabled me to have the end of life discussion my mum needed. I would heartily recommend for those who can share a bathroom without hysterics, and who understand that tasteful, established furnishings are more in keeping with the sustainable planet we all claim to love than this year’s bling. I will be back."