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
Úna Bhán Tourism runs a wonderful farmers market every Saturday from 10am-2pm in Boyle, County Roscommon. The market...
The Derryglad Folk Museum houses a unique 25 year collection of restored horse drawn machinery, tradesman’s tools, household...
The Restaurant at the Abbey Hotel is located on the Galway Road, Roscommon. The establishment offers a casual yet elegant...
Explore one of Ireland's few coal mines through exhibits and a 45 minute underground tour at Arigna, close to Keadue...
Situated in Roscommon town, Gleesons Artisan Food and Wine Shop offers an extensive range of home-grown, organic, artisan...
Strokestown Park House is an 18th Century mansion, faithfully restored, retaining its original furnishings with professionally...
There are endless reasons for customers to buy their food at County Roscommon's Origin Farmers' Market located in Boyle,...
There are seven walking routes within the Cloonfad Walking Routes, and two Slí na Sláinte routes.
Ireland's premier Harp Festival and Summer School which caters for traditional Irish music, song and dance. Hosted in...
From €195.00 per person sharing
Tickets: €10. Concessions: €5. 10% group discount also available.
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20 % discount
£79 per couple
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From £275 for a minimum 3 night stay.
Per room per night for two people sharing
From €248 per person sharing
€20 per adult, €60 for family and €12 for Children
From £99 pps
From €1,240 per person (price includes €250 discount)
From £55.00 per person sharing
From £523 for 3 nights
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