Set in seven acres of mature grounds on the southern side of town, this hotel is well positioned for visiting the many attractions of the north-west and Yeats' Country. Bedrooms come in a range of styles and are all spacious and appointed to a high standard. There are two dining options; the Rathanna Bar for casual food during the day and The Hazelwood restaurant for breakfast and evening dining. The facilities of the health and leisure club are complimentary to residents. This hotel also offers a range of meeting and events locations, and enjoys a very good reputation for wedding celebrations.
Breakfast is on offer to guests each morning whilst the midday and evening meals may be enjoyed Ã la carte and the evening meal is also available as a set menu. Special dietary requirements may be catered for.
Guests have plenty of opportunities to participate in sports and leisure activities: a peaceful day's fishing on Lough Arrow, or a visit to the Sligo Riding Centre to brush up on riding skills. Beginners are welcome at the Mullaghmore Sailing Club and Centre. Furthermore, the hotel has its own modern leisure centre and guests may enjoy a dip in the indoor, heated pool with its children's paddling area as well as aqua aerobics, tennis and spa treatments. For an additional fee there is diving, surfing, windsurfing and canoeing available. Choose from magnificent golf courses and discover open stretches of unspoilt Atlantic seashore, perfect for all water sports enthusiasts.
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This hotel is located a 5-minute drive from Sligo Town centre, in County Sligo, set in quiet parkland and surrounded by some of the most scenic countryside in Ireland, ranging from the majestic Benbulben to the gentle waters of Lough Gill. County Sligo is perched in the north western corner of Ireland's breathtaking Atlantic Coast and is home to a diversity of landscapes and a rich plethora of prehistoric sites. The Irish poet and playwright, William Butler Yeats had close ties with Sligo. There are many reminders of Yeats' frequent visits to Sligo in and around Sligo Town such as the interesting sculpture, inscribed with the poet's verses, located outside the town's Ulster Bank.
How To Get There
From west/east/south on the N4 approach to Sligo, take the first exit to Carrowroe on the R287 and follow signs for Sligo (R287). The hotel is situated one mile ahead on the right. From the north take the N4 (Dublin/Galway). Take the first exit to Carrowroe on the R287. The hotel is situated one mile ahead on the right. Watch out for signs on the N4.
Refurbished hotel to a very high standard. Excellent staff very professional. Requested a quiet room and was given a room on the top floor with a superb view. Have stayed at this hotel over the years and have always enjoyed the experience. Have no hesitation in recommending this hotel.
Room net curtan had black medrew spots on it and in corner was dirty, had not been hppvered/cleaned properly.
Bar food was OK.
Breakfast was good.
Hotel staff lovely.
Pool again black dirt on bottom of kiddys pool.