"The sedate stone front
hides one of the Taj Mahals of hosteling. Big pine bunks with
custom mattresses, sky lights in upstairs rooms, and more showers
than an Irish afternoon make this a perfect port of call". -
Let's Go Ireland.
Built in 1860 for the Harbour
Master, when Sligo was one of the busiest ports in Ireland; this
old house has retained its character, while being turned into
warm clean comfortable accommodation. It is
situated only ten minutes walk from the centre of Sligo town and
the main train and bus terminus for the North West of Ireland.
gives you the ideal central location to stay whether touring the
North West or just enjoying the many facilities Sligo has to