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Kinnegad, Co. Westmeath

Kinnegad (Cionn Átha Gad in Irish) is a town in County Westmeath. It is located at the junction of the N6 and the M4 - two of Ireland's main east-west roads. Kinnegad is home to many commuters who commute to Dublin daily via the N4 and the recently opened M4 motorway.

The terrain around Kinnegad is a Walker's Paradise, especially 'An Boreen Bradach' a walkway of approx. 6km (3.5 miles) which semi-circles Kinnegad. Along the Boreen nothing interrupts the view across the flat open fields streching in all directions.

Gardens

Tullynally Castle & Gardens - Castlepollard County Westmeath
Tullynally Castle & Gardens
Castlepollard, Co. Westmeath
The extensive pleasure grounds at Tullynally Castle, home of the Pakenham family since the 17th century, have seen whole chapters of garden history unfold. The earliest incarnation of the garden was in the Baroque manner with cascades, canals and ...
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Golf

Mullingar Golf Club - Mullingar County Westmeath Ireland
Mullingar Golf Club
Mullingar, Co. Westmeath
Course Type: Parkland
The Mullingar Course at Belvedere on the outskirts of town is the work of famous Scottish designer James Braid. Although some 'cosmetic' changes have been made since its creation in 1935 Mullingar is essentially as its designer intended, a champi ...
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Self Catering

Clonabreany House - Self Catering Accommodation County Meath - Bedroom
Clonabreany House
Kells, Co. Meath
The cottages surround a large car-free courtyard, with ample parking at the back of the courtyard including a cosy private country bar and restaurant suitable for groups of up to 60 people. All cottages provide luxury and comfort with modern fac ...
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What's On

Tullamore Country Fair - County Offaly - Saturdays
Tullamore County Fair

Millennium Square, Main Street, Tullamore, County Offaly

Saturdays 9am to 4pm

Producer led market specialising in fine food, street entertai ...
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Tourist Attractions

Trim Castle - Trim County Meath Ireland
Trim Castle
Trim, Co. Meath
Trim Castle is the largest Anglo-Norman castle in Ireland and was built over a thirty years by Hugh de Lacy and his son Walter. The Castle site was chosen because it is on raised ground, overlooking a fording point over the River Boyne and was us ...
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Wedding Venues

Wedding
The Wolftrap
Tullamore, Co. Offaly
Gina Murphy and her husband Padraig McLoughlin’s large bar and ‘informal fine dining’ restaurant is named after a mountain in the nearby Slieve Blooms (the border between Laois and Offaly is at its peak), and occupies a large to ...
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