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This newish (2012) hostel is a delight. Large windows and a terrace overlook the water and there are vintage areas of the complex that include an large 1840s fireplace...
Right in town, this small 18-room inn has had a stylish renovation. The bar has trad sessions some nights.
This revamped 54-room hotel in the centre of town has small but stylish rooms individually decorated with funky wallpaper and all-new mosaic-tiled bathrooms; three have river views...
4 star hotel
This 1800s-built salmon ice store on Ballina's eastern riverbank has been transformed into an ultra-hip hotel...
3 star hotel
Recently renovated, this four-storey hotel could not be better located. The 60 rooms have a simple corporate colour scheme. The manager wins plaudits for helpfulness.
In a secluded setting overlooking Clew Bay, this lovely guesthouse has 13 luxurious rooms with sleigh beds, richly textured fabrics and a genuinely warm atmosphere.
This 2006-built hotel was not only constructed in the same style as the old hotel that stood here, but the original facade was rebuilt numbered stone by numbered stone...
Knock’s only hotel is a modern construction of stone and glass housing 68 rooms and the most reliable places to grab a bite to eat year-round. It’s run by the Knock Marian Shrine office (about 500m to the east).
Right in the centre of town, this sunflower-yellow older hotel is a local landmark. The modern rooms are comfortable but rather corporate in style.
The contemporary rooms at this hotel are austere but many have magnificent views and some open onto a panoramic rooftop terrace with an outdoor hot tub...
You can stay in the 1750-built, apricot-coloured Enniscoe House or settle into a self-catering courtyard apartment (also historic)...
Well run and welcoming, this IHH-affiliated hostel has its own Quiet Man screening room showing the film every night. Between June and mid-September it hires bikes (€15 per day) and boats (€55)...
Set in an industrial area out of town, this quiet hostel was built in 1870 as a harbour master's house. It has plenty of character but the rooms are a little tired.
Originally part of a monastery, this orderly hostel hasn't quite lost its institutional aura with stained-glass windows in places, polished wood floors and high ceilings. Rates include continental breakfast.
To stay close to action and mingle with fellow travellers, this easygoing IHH hostel is a good bet.
This lodge is run by Ciarán, an outdoors enthusiast who can organise surfing, guided walks and rock climbing. it has a nice garden.
This large, modern hotel offers extremely comfortable rooms, friendly service and all the services you could expect from a city hotel. However, if you're looking for local character or charm you're in the wrong place.
A 20-metre pool, a hot tub, and a relaxing spa are all offered at this 4-star hotel in Westport’s centre. Hotel Westport features free Wi-Fi, fitness classes, and spacious rooms with satellite TV...
With a swimming pool, gym, and Essence Spa, the modern Clarion Sligo is 5 minutes’ drive from Sligo’s centre. Guests can enjoy Egyptian cotton sheets, free Wi-Fi, and a relaxing spa bath...
With an 18-metre swimming pool and a sumptuous spa, this Radisson BLU hotel is less than 10 minutes’ drive from Sligo. Free Wi-Fi is available, and Rosses Point Beach is a 5-minute drive away...
This beautifully reconstructed, stone-built, 18th century mill is built around an open-air courtyard and now houses 4-star luxury self-catering apartments, each offering stylish, spacious and modern accommodation...
With views of Lake Isle of Innisfree and an on-site gym, The Residences, St Angela's is 5 minutes’ drive from Sligo city centre. Free WIFI and free private parking are available on site...
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