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Lemonaghan monastic site was founded by Manchan in the 7th Century. There is an information board on site showing church, holy well, togher and oratory and directions to Boher church to see the shrine.
Shannon Adventure Canoeing Holidays is situated in Banagher, County Offaly. If you want to experience a relaxing canoeing holiday on the magnificent River Shannon then look no further.
On the River Shannon in Banagher, Co Offaly you will find Silver Line Cruisers, a family run company offering the unique chance to captain your own cruiser for a three day short break up to a 10 week holiday.
Enjoy a boat trip on board the River Queen passenger boat on the River Shannon. Enjoy a trip from Shannonbridge to Clonmacnoise.
The Shannon Callows are areas of flat land along the shores of the River Shannon. These areas lie between Athlone, where the river flows out of Lough Ree, and Portumna, where it enters Lough Derg, in central Ireland.
Enjoy a one hour boat trip from Shannonbridge, Clonmacnoise taking in the spectacular natural beauty of the Shannon waterway.
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Banagher, County Offaly, is an ideal base for visitors looking to get a glimpse of an Ireland of many ages. And in the town of Banagher, for relaxing there is no better place than The Brosna Lodge, an elegant 14 room hotel in the centre of the town.
This is a newly built dormer bungalow comprising of three family guest rooms which are ensuite and complete with television, alarm clock radio and hair dryer. One room is specifically designed for wheelchair access.
From €12 per person per night
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