Canal View Restaurant
- Boat Trips
- Fishing (Fly Fishing)
- Beauty - Hairdressing
- Breaks - Short
- Broadband WI/FI
- Budget Accommodation (under €100 for two)
- Conference Venue
- Family Friendly
- Ground Floor Bedrooms (accessible for less able)
- Location - Peaceful
- Location - Waterside
- No Smoking Establishment
- Open Christmas
- Open New Year
- Outdoor Dining Avail. (summer)
- Smoking Area
- Smoking Area Heated
- Smoking Area Seated
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