Co Cavan shares the 667 m peak of Cuilcagh with neighbouring Fermanagh. No ordinary mountain, this - it has underground streams which eventually become the headwaters of the lordly River Shannon, Ireland's longest river that passes south through many counties before exiting at the mighty estuary in Limerick. A magnet for tourism now with boating, fishing, cycling and walking-a-plenty.
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Spanish Point, Co. Clare
Restaurant with Rooms
Now well established as one of the top destinations in West Clare, John and Brid O’Meara’s attractive thatched restaurant with accommodation overlooks Spanish Point Beach and offers not only delicious food but also six spacious and luxuriou ... more...
Killaloe, Co. Clare
Baking/Bakery / Café / Deli / Restaurant
On the hilly street which looks down over the bridge between Killaloe and Ballina, Laura Kilkenny's lovely café and bakery opened in 2009 and moved across the road to the former Gravitas premises in 2014.
You'll still find all the familia ... more...
Tullamore, Co. Offaly
With its smart bright blue facade spelling out a welome to passers by, you’re unlikely to miss this little restaurant near the canal. It's in the premises formerly occupied by the popular Jamie's Restaurant (now on Main Street), and is well worth ... more...
Limerick, Co. Limerick
One of Limerick’s best-known sporting pubs, Bobby Byrne’s is over 50 years in business. Opened in 1963 by the original Bobby and his wife Helen, it quickly became a great supporter of local teams, particularly rugby.
Operated since 2003 by ... more...
Annacotty, Co. Limerick
Above The Mill Bar at Annacotty, Seema and Brian Conroy's attractively named restaurant is very pleasantly located in a restored mill overlooking the Mulcair River, and well away from the traffic.
Agreeable staff are quick to welcome arriving guests ... more...
Ballyconnell, Co. Cavan
Paul and Geraldine's O'Dowd's popular restaurant on the main street consists of two cottagey ground floor rooms - each with the country character of stripped pine, old brick and stonework - and a newer dining room upstairs, with white table linen and c ... more...
Belturbet, Co. Cavan
Guesthouse / Restaurant
At this lovely waterside location, the Neuville family offers residential fishing holidays; the restaurant is not open to the public in the usual way, but people on boating holidays may come in off the river when there is room - there are pontoons at t ... more...
Belturbet, Co. Cavan
Bar / Character Pub / Hotel
Although officially an hotel, the heart of this friendly place at the centre of town is the bar, which is full of character, with an unusual wattle hurdle ceiling, plenty of local history, an open fire for cold days and the pleasingly dim atmosphere th ... more...
Ennis, Co. Clare
Hotel / Restaurant
This family-owned hotel was built in the mid '90s on the site of a 19th century convent, to a design that retains the older features including a church.
Existing Gothic themes have been successfully blended into the new throughout the hotel, creating ... more...
Just across the road from the river and close to the fine old bridge that links Tipperary and Clare, this famous almost-riverside pub is an attractive place to visit.
There are fires in the cosy bars for chilly days and also plenty of tables and benc ... more...