At the 4 star Sligo Park Hotel Sligo & Leisure Club we treat our guests as friends, particularly at Christmas 2020. Whether it is your first visit or you are one of our regular guests, we look forward to welcoming you to the 4 star Sligo Park Hotel & Leisure Club and sharing this festive season with you.
A warm welcome awaits you at the Sligo Park Hotel & Leisure Club, Sligo. On the outskirts of Sligo Town in the Heart of Yeats’ Country 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 and the Wild Atlantic Way.
In the heart of Yeats’ country for over 40 years, the Sligo Park Hotel & Leisure Club is a well established favourite. Relax in the spacious lobby, take a stroll into town or venture to the nearby rolling Atlantic, ancient sites including Carrowmore, Slish Wood, Dooney Rock & Knocknarea or an abundance of woodland retreats.
Relax, put your feet up and leave us to look after the Turkey and Ham.
Arrive to a warm welcome and festivities at the Sligo Park Hotel Enjoy pre-dinner cocktails by the fire. Candlelit dinner will be served in the Hazelwood Restaurant.
Start with a hearty traditional breakfast in the comfort of your room or a long lazy breakfast in the Hazelwood Restaurant. Church service times are available from Reception. For the afternoon, enjoy an invigorating walk through Yeats Country or simply relax by the warmth of the fire and get ready for the highlight of the day, Festive Dinner followed by entertainment.
St Stephens Day:
Another day of festivities to look forward to with breakfast at leisure then guests are free to make your own lunch arrangements. Some light in-house entertainment has been arranged, from music and song to local information on Yeats, Lough Gill, The Holy Well, Rosses Point, The Wild Atlantic Way and much more. Once you have heard all about Sligo and the surrounding areas, why not relax for a while or go for a swim in the leisure club before getting ready for dinner in the Hazelwood Restaurant followed by dancing to end the night.