Glasson, Co. Westmeath
Originally built as an estate (Waterstown) village, Glasson still retains its olde world charm, beauty and tranquillity. There are many historic buildings and monuments in the are including the old schoolhouse built in 1844.
Glasson is surrounded by beautiful countryside on the shores of Lough Ree where you can enjoy Lakeshore & Forest Walks and of course the now famous Glasson Golf & Country Club. With golf and outstanding waterside accommodation and dining available, it makes a charming spot for a short break.
Glasson also hoasts 2 hunts mainly the Glassan Farmers Hunt and the South Westmeath Harriers.
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Special Offers at Wineport Lodge - GlassonRay 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 - is nothing less than stunning. Lakeside Midweek Treat - Two People Sharing stay in a Deluxe Lakeview Room, including 2 nights’ Accommodation, Dinner on one evening & breakfast each morning. Also includes a 1 hour boat cruise and picnic on board. From €400 per room
The Fatted Calf - Special OffersWell known for his commitment to seasonal and local foods, Feargal O'Donnell’s enticing, frequently changed, menus promise innovative modern Irish food in both the bar and restaurant. Their latest special offer menus comprise of a 2 course lunch and dinner menu including a glass of house wine or draught beer for €22.00...
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