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BEST WESTERN Sligo Southern Hotel & Leisure Centre

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Sligo City Centre
Sligo Town
Co. Sligo
Email: reservations@sligosouthernhotel.com
Tel: +353 (0) 71 916 2101
Fax: +353 (0) 71 916 0328

Best Western Sligo Southern Hotel & Leisure Centre is a very popular and unique hotel in Sligo Town. Traditional 3 Star Irish Hotel adjacent to both rail & bus station terminal, just off the main road through the heart of the town.

 

Coolera House

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Knocknahur South,
Knocknahur
Co. Sligo
Email: noemail@gmail.com
Tel: +353 (0) 71 916877 / 9168207
Proprietor: Michael Woods

Coolera House has long been one of the better-known pubs and venues in the North West. Throughout the l970’s and early 80’s Coolera House was infamous for its wild nights and musical reputation.

Bridge Street
Sligo Town
Co. Sligo
Tel: +353 (0) 71 9142171
Proprietor: Tom Earley

A pleasant well-run business with a good typical bar atmosphere, traditional music every Thursday night, live music at weekends. Everyone is welcome here where you will receive personal service with a smile.

Fiddlers Creek

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Rockwood Parade
Sligo Town
Co. Sligo
Email: shorttj@indigo.ie
Tel: +353 (0) 71 914 1866
Fax: +353 (0)71 914 864
Proprietor: Fergal Harrison / Enda Scanlon

Fiddlers Creek is 12 years old. It is renowned for its good food and entertainment. Hot lunches served every day and bar food and restaurant every evening.

It is situated along the Garavogue River in the centre of Sligo.

Booking is advisable for food.

 

Foley's Bar & Lounge - Foley's Bar Ltd

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The Square
Tubbercurry
Co. Sligo
Email: lexaen@gmail.com
Tel: +353 (0) 87 415 8992
Proprietor: Michael Foley

Lively Bar in Tubbercurry catering for all age groups.  Always a friendly atmospere, warm and cosy environment, and excellent service.  

Received top marks in a recent "Pub Spy" Review (2012)

Foley's Pub & Off-Licence

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18 Castle Street
Sligo Town
Co. Sligo
Email: foleys.sligo@gmail.com
Tel: +353 (0) 71 9142381
Proprietor: Martin & Therese Foley

Traditional family run pub where you meet the locals, watch any sport on TV and listen to traditional music on Saturday nights. Our Off Licence offers the largest selection of World Beers, Malt Whiskey and fine wines.

Furey's pub Sligo

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Bridge Street
Sligo Town
Co. Sligo
Email: fureyspub@gmail.com
Tel: 087 9583080
Proprietor: Paul O Donnell

Fureys pub is located on Bridge street and is one of Sligo's traditional pubs. Frequented by locals and enjoyed by visitors.We provide a cosy traditional ambience yet with a lively atmosphere.

 

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All musicans welcome. FREE WIFI

 

Gilroy's Bar & Áit Eile Restaurant

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Main Street
Inishcrone
Co. Sligo
Email: gilroysbar@live.com
Tel: +353 (0) 96 37222
Proprietor: Sean and Anne Gilroy

Gilroy's Bar is the ideal Irish Pub. Great food and drink, friendly service, cleanliness, sociable ambience, and the most stunning view of the sun setting on the Atlantic Ocean.

Harrisons Bar & Restaurant

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Main Street
Cliffoney
Co. Sligo
Email: deklanharrison@gmail.com
Tel: +353 (0) 71 916 6123
Proprietor: Declan Harrison

Set in the beautiful village of Cliffoney, Harrison's has been at the heart of the community for the last hundred years.

Harrys Gastro Pub

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Rosses Point
Co. Sligo
Email: noemail@gmail.com
Tel: +353 (0) 71 91 77173
Proprietor: Fenton Ewing

Located on Rosses Point Promenade the pub enjoys spectacular views over the islands Oyster and Coney. Local Chefs provide fresh, homemade sesonal fare from the locality. The Pub has been in the Ewing family for five generations built by Fenton's Great Great Grandfather Thomas Ewing circa 1870. It boasts a spectacular character, with tons of local maritime memrobelia on the walls. The highlights of the pub are the many large fish tanks and the historic well in the back bar giving the pub the nickname "The pub with the well". Casual dining with Reservations. Free Wifi.

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