The Sligo Southern Hotel is located in the Gateway City of Sligo, on the North West Coast of Ireland. Find Sligo on the Map here
N 54 16.304
W 8 29.012
The Sligo Southern Hotel is centrally located in Sligo City and is within walking distance of Sligo Train Station and Sligo Bus Station.
Free parking available.
From Dublin: Take R148 to N4 in South Dublin;
Follow M4 and N4 to Lord Edward St./R292 in Sligo;
Continue to follow R292, Sligo Southern Hotel will be on the right (2hrs 30mins).
From Belfast: Get on A12 from A1 and Grosvenor Rd/B38;
Follow M1, A4 and N16 to Lord Edward St./R292 in Sligo;
Continue to follow R292, Sligo Southern Hotel will be on the right (3 hours).
Galway (N17) 2hours
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There are regular daily connections between Dublin Connolly and Sligo. Train journeys take approximately 3 hours.
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There are regular daily routes between Galway and Dublin to Sligo. The journey from Galway is approximately 2hrs 30mins and Dublin is 3 hrs 30mins.
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Ireland West Airport Knock is located approximately 55km (45min by car) from Sligo.
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Dublin Airport is located approximately 200km (2hrs 30mins by car) from Sligo. This airport serves all major destinations and cities throughout the UK and Europe.
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Belfast International Airport and Belfast City Airport is located approximately 199km (2hrs 48mins by car) from Sligo. This airport serves all major destinations and cities throughout the UK and Europe.
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Belfast ferry port in Northern Ireland is served by a number of ferry routes with crossings to Douglas, Liverpool Birkenhead & Cairnryan available. With a selection of up to 51 Sailings Weekly, the port of Belfast connects Northern Ireland with Isle of Man, England & Scotland.
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