Car Rental Sligo
Union Road Business Park
Irish Car Rentals offers affordable car & van rental in Sligo. Our staff is always on hand to offer advice on exploring Sligo or further out in Ireland.
The car rental Sligo is located on Old Dublin Road, south of town just off the N4, and is serviced by Europcar. There’s easy access from this location to the N4 and N16, which can take you in different directions all over Yeats’ county.
With cheap car rental prices and a full range of fleet vehicles, including: small, medium and premium cars – you can meet both your budget and your space requirements when hiring. All of our vehicles for car hire Sligo includes collision damage waiver (CDW), unlimited mileage and tax.
Irish Car Rentals offers a price promise - "We Will Not Be Beaten on Price" on all car hire Sligo. We will match or better any quotes from another direct car rental supplier in Republic of Ireland. We believe you will not be able to beat Irish Car Rentals' rates however if you can - please call Irish Car Rentals to verify the quote you received. Read more here
Car Rental Fleet
With our low rates, you can budget your car hire and van rental, the fleet is supplied by Europcar so we are delighted to offer an unrivalled, competitively-priced selection of cars, SUVs and people-carriers, in manual, automatic and various sizes.
Our fleet has an average age of eight months or less so, regardless of the vehicle you choose, it will be among the latest models available.
Van Rental Sligo
Irish Car Rentals also provides vans available for hire for those looking to transport bigger items or for a commercial van hire use. Irish Car Rentals has the following vans vehicles fleet; Ford Connect Cube Van and a Ford Transit. You can rent vans midweek or on weekends, short as one day or long term rental, make a quote for vans at the top. More information on van rental
Finding oneself in the seaport of Sligo means you’ve entered a land of ancient magic and wonder. The evidence of Ireland’s earliest civilisations and legendary prehistory is all around, woven into the staggering beauty of a county that became the inspiration for the Nobel Prize winning poet, W. B. Yeats.
The town itself has a colourful and busy nightlife, especially along the area known as the Riverside, and there are historic and musical festivals held often. The town and county have a long history with traditional Irish music, dating back nearly eight hundred years, that’s still very much alive today.
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