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
Day and evening meetings in Roscommon Racecourse.
King House is a magnificently restored Georgian mansion, in Boyle County Roscommon, built in the early 1700s for Sir...
In the heart of Castlerea, family run pub offering friendly atmosphere for morning coffee to nights of great entertainment,...
County Roscommon Heritage and Genealogy Centre conducts genealogy research for people with Roscommon roots and is located...
Angling Services Ireland is a premier angling guide service in both the west and north west regions of Ireland. They...
Woodland Segway at Lough Key Forest & Activity Park Boyle Co. Roscommon offers guided historical tours and fun glides...
Ideally located in Kilrooskey near Lough Ree on the River Shannon in County Rosscommon, the Kelly family have run Roscommon...
County Roscommon has four Sli na Slainte walking routes - Cloonfad, Lough Key, Roscommon Town and Strokestown.
€25.00 per adult
£105 based on 2 persons sharing, breakfast included, a platter for 2 on the evening of your stay. Discount Vouchers to Castle Gardens & Tearoom.
From EUR 1,695.00 per golfer
€1995pps, 7 nights, includes bike rental, 3 green fees, all transfers, detailed daily route notes and maps, emergency support.
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From €462 pps for 7 nights including B&Bs and personal touring guide.
Offers from €50.00
From £99 - £129pps
€154 per night (maximum 2 adults sharing)
From £35 per day
£20.50 per person
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