For sailing, angling and life in the slow lane, Roscommon offers pure escape
Slowly weaving its way across the scenic Irish landscape, the River Shannon is laid-back holidaying at its best
The Coachman's Inn in Roscommon Town is a family run business, which has been in operation for over thirty years and...
Boyle Abbey, situated in the town of Boyle, County Roscommon, is a well preserved monastery that was founded in the...
This tour heads west out of Roscommon town, continues north in a clockwise direction and loops back into Roscommon from...
Rinn Dúin is a walker's delighted and home to Warren Point and Castle Looped Walking Trails which have opened up this...
There are seven walking routes within the Cloonfad Walking Routes, and two Slí na Sláinte routes.
This driving route takes in Rooskey, Termonbarry, Lanesborough, Ballyleague, Roscommon,Tulsk and Strokestown. Distance...
Explore one of Ireland's few coal mines through exhibits and a 45 minute underground tour at Arigna, close to Keadue...
The Claypipe Visitor Centre, in Knockcroghery County Roscommon, makes clay pipes in the traditional techniques that...
£10 per person for 90 minute walk or £50 for a half day walk
£185 per person sharing.
€1999 pp including meals, transport and workshops
From 210 pps - Midweek (Sunday - Thursday)
From £148.50 per night.
7 Day Tour is €1,285 pps (Single supplement of €245). 15 day Tour is €2,350 pps (Single Supplement €525)
From €503 pps for 8 nights including B&B.
From £60 per person sharing.
£72.50pps includes 1 night B&B, 4 course meal and use of our luxurious leisure facilities
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