County Longford is among one of the best places to cast off in Ireland
Discover an ancient transport route with origins in the Iron Age, and take it easy in quiet countryside
St. Mel’s Cathedral is a landmark building in Longford. Recently restored after the Christmas Day fire of 2009 it has...
Longford Greyhound Track is located 10 minutes walk from the town square and within easy access of contributory roads...
Kane Coaches was founded in 1956 by Michael Kane. It is a family business managed by Stephen Kane for the last 20 years.
Newcastle Wood, its walks, amenities, wildlife, trees and flora. The wood extends to 325 hectares and is owned and managed...
Derrycassin Wood has three recommended walks, although you are free to make up your own route. Walk the routes in either...
Ballinamuck Bog Loop Walk is a 2hour (4km) easy loop walk with minimal effort required as most of the trail is on paths.
The Black Olive Restaurant seats eighty people very comfortably. Smoking area at the rear of the restaurant. Fully licensed...
The River Shannon upstream from Lanesboro, County Longford holds stock of pike. The weedy inlets and wider stretches...
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