4148 Accommodation, 486 Events , 7042 Things to do
The IMC is Mullingar's premiere cinema complex, and features the very latest in projection and sound technology.
Connemara Country Lodge is a large, romantic Georgian house set on two acres of grounds, two minutes walk from Clifden town in County Galway.
Mulroy's Bar, Main Street, Castlebar is a cosy traditional pub which places most of its emphasis on food these days. Mulroy's is now one of the leading Gastro Pubs in Mayo serving food seven days a week.
Nestled in the centre of Cavan Town, the Farnham Arms is a great, budget hotel for travellers on both business and leisure. In addition to providing ensuite rooms, it offers conference facilities and dining options.
Perfectly situated for exploring the highlights of County Kerry, Black Valley Youth Hostel is located just 13km from the small village of Beaufort. It offers 45 beds with a TV room, shop and self-catering kitchen.
Moat Lodge is situated in quiet woodland in Lucan, County Dublin. The picturesque setting is the ideal base for exploring south Dublin County.
Ideal for social events, The Old Ship is an atmospheric bar located in Arklow, County Wicklow. Food is served throughout the day and there are regular special events, including a weekly charity darts tournament.
The Narrow Space is a contemporary Irish craft and gallery located in Clonmel, County Tipperary, specialising in Irish craft products as well as designs from France, Spain, and Scandinavian countries.
The Mulcair River rises north of Tipperary Town and flows in a north westerly direction to join the Shannon at Annacotty, County Limerick. It is primarily a grilse river with a fair run of spring salmon averaging 10 lbs.
Rockville B&B is just over 2 kilometres from Westport on a quiet hillside with views that surprise everyone. It is a modern home with spacious double rooms on the ground floor, single and family rooms upstairs.
20.00 per person. Minimum group rate 400.00
From $905 pp sharing Single Supplements available
From €44 pp
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