Drumshanbo, Co. Leitrim

Drumshanbo is a small picturesque town situated in the heart of County Leitrim. The town takes its name from the Irish, Druim-Sean-Bhoth or "Ridge of the old huts".

The landscape around Drumshanbo is well preserved and stunningly varied. A number of fabulous visitor attractions are within a short drive of Lough Allen and there is a host of activities available locally including Angling, Boat Trips, Canoeing, Cycling, Forest, Golf, Hill Walking, Historical Sites, Horse-Riding, Pubs, Restaurants, Sailing, Scenic Walks, Walking Trails and Water Sports.

An annual festival, An Tostal, with emphasis on Irish music, singing and dancing is held in Drumbshanbo each year. A heritage centre in the market house reflects the area's special links with narrow-gauge steam trains, coal-mining, and also features local folklore.

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What's On

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Wedding Venues

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