Welcome to the 4 Star Diamond Coast Hotel, Enniscrone
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Welcome to the award winning Diamond Coast Hotel Enniscrone, the only 4 star hotel in Enniscrone, Co Sligo. Situated directly on the Wild Atlantic Way and overlooking Killala Bay and Enniscrone Golf Course.
This hotel is in a perfect location for you to visit Mayo and Sligo, only a 10 minute drive from Ballina, Co. Mayo, and less than an hour from Sligo, Westport, Knock and some of Mayo and Sligo's famous landmarks. The quirky glamping village is only 200m away from the hotel and David McGowan's Boeing 767 can been seen as you drive by. "The Big Yoke" has put Enniscrone on the map after sailing the plane on a barge up to Sligo.
This family friendly hotel in Enniscrone is the perfect base for a family break or romantic escape in the West of Ireland with the largest family rooms in the West and a fantastic kids club called Little Diamonds. As one of the scenic hotels in Sligo, Diamond Coast Hotel has a particular appeal for those with a passion for the outdoors and watersports as it is in walking distance from Enniscrone Beach.
Why Book Diamond Coast Hotel Sligo?
Next door to Enniscrone Championship Golf Course
5km beach offers fantastic walking, fishing and water sports opportunities
10 minute walk from the picturesque town of Enniscrone and Waterpoint Aqua Park
Family friendly hotel in Sligo
Excellent location for relaxing breaks, activity breaks and family breaks
Perfectly situated for Weddings, parties and family get togethers
Free WiFi areas
Facilities at the Diamond Coast Hotel
95 spacious Guest rooms
Banquetting Suite for your West of Ireland wedding
5 Meeting Rooms
Little Diamonds Kids Club
Located in the picturesque village of Enniscrone, Diamond Coast Hotel offers some breath taking views of the coast and magnificent sunsets. As one of the finest hotels in Sligo, Diamond Coast also offers a wealth of activities for all including golf, surfing, fishing and 5km of golden sand to walk on. A perfect place to stop off while driving along the Wild Atlantic Way.