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Tarmonbarry, Co. Roscommon

Tarmonbarry or Termonberry as it is also called, (Irish: Tearmann Berach) is a village next to the River Shannon in County Roscommon. It is located where the N5 National primary route crosses the River Shannon. East of the bridge part of the village lies in County Longford. It is a popular stop off point for people cruising the Shannon on pleasure boats. It is also popular with anglers.

Gardens

Castlecoote House  - County Roscommon
Castlecoote House & Gardens
Castlecoote, Co. Roscommon
This fine Georgian residence overlooking the beautiful River Suck was built within the enclosure of a medieval castle between 1690 and 1720, and is of historic interest - not least as the birthplace of the Gunning sisters, who became the Duchess ...
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Golf

Glasson Golf Hotel
Glasson Hotel & Golf Club
Glasson, Co. Westmeath
Course Type: Parkland
This Christy O'Connor Jr. designed parkland course provides an ideal place to break up a journey across Ireland with some of the most scenic parkland golf around. Glasson hotel & Golf Club is about 10km (6m) north of Athlone in Ireland's ...
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Self Catering

There is no featured selfcatering establishment in the area

What's On

Roscommon Farmers Market - Co Roscommon - Fridays
Roscommon Farmers Market - Every Friday 10am - 2pm

Market Square, Roscommon Town, County Roscommon

Contact: John Brennan 087 270 2603 or Ger Fallon 0906 488 292
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Tourist Attractions

Boyle Abbey - Boyle County Roscommon Ireland
Boyle Abbey
Boyle, Co. Roscommon
An impressive and well preserved Cistercian Monastery which was founded in the 12th century and took about 60 years to complete the build. The monastery was laid out according to the usual Cistercian plan, a church on the north side of a roughly ...
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Wedding Venues

Viewmount House - Longford County Longford Ireland - Wedding Venue
Viewmount House
Longford, Co. Longford
James and Beryl Kearney’s lovely 1750s Georgian house just on the edge of Longford town was once owned by Lord Longford, and is set in four acres of beautiful wooded gardens. It is a delightful house and has been sensitively restored with s ...
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