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Ray Byrne and Jane English’s lovely lakeside lodge styles itself ‘Ireland’s first wine hotel’ and, although it is not an hotel but a four star guesthouse, the accommodation - which now offers thirty beautiful rooms, a hot tub and treatment rooms - ...
Set right in the heart of Roscommon town, overlooking the square, Mary and Eamonn Gleeson’s townhouse and restaurant provides just what every visitor requires: a warm welcome, comfortable rooms and first-class food. Over the last 25 years, they have made huge cha ...
Just beside the bridge over the Shannon in Tarmonbarry, this well-run bar and restaurant is a favourite watering hole for river folk and makes a great place to break a journey between Dublin and the north-west. The bar is comfortably set up for food, and informal meals ...
Good old-fashioned hospitality is something that’s done well in the Longford Arms. Set directly off the main street, this smartly maintained hotel is in the heart of the town and is the hub of community activities. The leisure centre has state-of-the art TechnoGym ...
James and Beryl Kearney’s lovely 1750s Georgian house just on the edge of Longford town was once owned by Lord Longford. It is set in four acres of beautiful wooded gardens, much of which have been designed by the current owners over nearly 20 years as a series of ...
An Irish farm stay can make an idyllic holiday, especially for city families and visitors from abroad who want to find the 'real Ireland'. Just a few minutes drive west of Mullingar, Martin and Aideen Ginnell’s organic farm overlooking Lough Owel makes a lov ...