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Where should we stay in Sligo?
The welcoming destination of Sligo is a great choice if you've been considering a holiday with the children. The entertainment, museums and cafes are just some of the things that make this an attractive family holiday destination. Fly into Knock (NOC-Ireland West), which is located 28.3 mi (45.6 km) from the city centre. Sligo has 10 child-friendly hotels and other types of accommodation so you'll have a variety of options when choosing where you'd like to stay.
Holidaying families have good things to say about these places to stay:
Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa, Sligo: Offers a children's pool, 2 restaurants and free parking. This hotel is rated 4 stars.
Sligo City Hotel – Features a restaurant, free parking and laundry facilities. This 3-star hotel is popular with guests for its quiet location.
Clayton Hotel & Leisure Club Sligo – Offers an indoor pool, 2 restaurants and free parking. This hotel is rated 4 stars.
St Martin De Porres – Features babysitting services and rollaway beds. This bed & breakfast is rated 3 stars.
When should we visit Sligo?
You're probably hoping for good weather for your family trip. You can use these tips to plan when to pack up the children and head to Sligo.
- Hottest months: July, August, June and September, with an average temperature of 19°F
- Coldest months: February, January, December and March, with an average temperature of 2°F
- Driest months: June, April, July and February, with an average rainfall of 54.50 inches
- Rainiest months: October, January, December and August, with an average rainfall of 81 inches
What should we see and do in Sligo?
While you are visiting Sligo, you may want to round up the youngsters and make time to see interesting attractions such as Yeats Memorial Building and OConnell Street. Make sure that you have lots of time for activities such as Sligo County Museum and Quayside Shopping Centre.Sligo is also known for its:
- Live music
Getting around Sligo
If you want to venture outside of the area, ride aboard one of the trains from Sligo Mac Diarmada Station. Sligo might not have many public transport options so consider a car rental to maximise your time.