Vacation rentals in Sligo

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Guesthouse in Rosses Point

Private loft for 2 with private entrance

Visit our stylish loft in the beautiful Village of Rosses Point. We have room for 2 with a large super king size bed (can convert into 2 large singles by prior request) & en-suite. We have a kitchenette/living space that opens out to your own large deck area. Located just a 5 minute walk from local shop, pubs and restaurants, you’ll have all you need at your fingertips. Our magnificent golf course and beaches nearby will delight both golfing and sailing enthusiasts or simply enjoy a beach stroll

Sep 18 – 25

$130 per night$1,036 total
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Tiny home in Sligo

Unique IgluPod near Sligo

Tranquillity meets luxury glamping in our stunning IgluCabin, perched high in the hills near Geevagh, 20 mins from Sligo town. Sitting above the valley we are always stunned by the silence and sunsets that bless our location. The pod itself is beautifully designed in shiplap wood, the interior offers a cosy bedroom area, a kitchen with smart use of space, a living and dining area with lots of natural light from a panoramic window and a bathroom with shower. Traditional craftwork inside and out.

Dec 25 – Jan 1

$98 per night$810 total
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Tiny home in Sligo

A lovely self contained cabin

A lovely cosy private cabin , near Strandhill , Coney Island , Knocknarea , Sligo Town and all the wonderful sites of Sligo...The cabin is fully fitted out ,it has a large comfortable pull out sofa bed, a very effective stove , and garden to sit in, parking , a bus route out side the door , however it only goes once an hour, and not at night , a car or bike would be a much easier option..The cabin is situated beside my cottage, so I will be on hand to help you settle in should you need

Aug 11 – 18

$61 per night$501 total

Popular amenities for Sligo vacation rentals

Stay near Sligo's top sights

Sligo Abbey14 locals recommend
Swagman Bar7 locals recommend
Hooked5 locals recommend
Omniplex Cinema Sligo12 locals recommend
Fiddlers Creek Restaurant & Bar6 locals recommend
Hargadon Brothers Wine & Food27 locals recommend

Other great vacation rentals in Sligo

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Chalet in Sligo

Wood Lake View

Apr 23 – 30

$86 per night$690 total
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Guest suite in Rosses Point

Cosy private waterfront studio centre Rosses Point

Nov 20 – 27

$100 per night$826 total
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Shepherd’s hut in County Sligo

Bens Little Hut

Oct 22 – 29

$103 per night$846 total
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Cottage in Sligo

Contemporary cottage on the Wild Atlantic Way

Nov 7 – 14

$227 per night$1,900 total
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Home in Sligo

2 Bed luxury cottage Sligo

Sep 13 – 20

$89 per night$762 total
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Townhouse in Sligo

"White Birds" Townhouse in Sligo Town Center

Nov 18 – 25

$177 per night$1,448 total
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Apartment in Strandhill

2 Bedroom Beachfront Apartment

Jun 8 – 15

$116 per night$967 total
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Guesthouse in Grange

The Nest, Streedagh Beach

May 17 – 24

$94 per night$781 total
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Apartment in Strandhill

Hidden Gem Strandhill Village

Jan 27 – Feb 3

$136 per night$1,088 total
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Cottage in Grange

Cluain Mhór Cottage, North Sligo

Aug 14 – 21

$77 per night$639 total
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Cottage in County Donegal

Seal Cottage+ private sandy BEACH & Wifi, Dogs ok

Oct 24 – 31

$150 per night$1,296 total
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Vacation home in Sligo

Old Market Street

Jan 22 – 29

$121 per night$893 total

Quick stats about vacation rentals in Sligo

Total rentals

110 properties

Wifi availability

100 properties include access to wifi

Rentals with dedicated workspaces

30 properties have a dedicated workspace

Pet-friendly rentals

10 properties allow pets

Family-friendly rentals

50 properties are a good fit for families

Total number of reviews

5.3K reviews

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How is the weather in Sligo?

    Sligo experiences a temperate oceanic climate. Summers are mild, with average highs around 66°F (19°C), while winters are cooler, with temperatures around 46°F (8°C) and light snow possible. Rainfall is quite frequent throughout the year, so it's a good idea to pack a raincoat.

  • What are some of the best things to do in Sligo?

    Visitors to Sligo often enjoy surfing at Strandhill Beach, hiking up Benbulben Mountain, or taking a boat tour around Lough Gill. The town itself also has a vibrant arts scene to explore, with many galleries and music venues.

  • What is the best time of year to visit Sligo?

    The most frequented time to visit Sligo is during the summer months, from June to August, when the weather is warmest. The Sligo Summer Festival in July, and the Sligo Live music festival in October, are popular local events.

  • What are the best places to stay in Sligo?

    Strandhill is a coastal village known for its beach and surf culture. Rosses Point, another seaside locale, is popular for its scenic views. The city center, with its close proximity to shops, restaurants, and cultural sites, is often recommended.

  • What are the best places to visit in Sligo?

    Consider exploring Sligo Abbey, a medieval Dominican Friary, or immerse yourself in culture at the Model, a contemporary art center. The Yeats Memorial Building, dedicated to the famed poet, W.B Yeats, and the Sligo County Museum are also frequently suggested. For nature enthusiasts, the Benbulben Mountain and Lough Gill are great choices.

  • What are some hiking trails in Sligo?

    The Benbulben Forest Walk is a popular trail circling the base of Benbulben Mountain. The Lough Easkey Loop offers stunning views of the lake and surrounding landscapes. For a coastal hike, try the Mullaghmore Head Loop.

  • What are some family activities to do in Sligo?

    Families can explore the Eagles Flying Centre, where they can see birds of prey up close, or visit Sligo Folk Park for a peek into Irish history. Enjoying a day at Enniscrone Beach or taking a boat tour on Lough Gill are also fun family activities.

  • What are some of the best day trip ideas in Sligo?

    Plan a day trip to the coastal village of Mullaghmore, or explore the mesmerizing landscapes of the Wild Atlantic Way. The Glencar Waterfall located in the neighboring county of Leitrim is also a worthwhile visit.

  • How much does it cost to stay in apartment rentals in Sligo?

    Experience the best of Sligo with our apartment rentals, starting at about $20 per day, before taxes and fees. Embrace comfort and style while staying within your budget in your home away from home.

  • Are there house rentals with a dedicated workspace in Sligo?

    Yes! Work meets play with ease at over 10 house rentals in Sligo featuring dedicated workspaces. Stay connected and productive in your home away from home.

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