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
This driving route takes in Roscommon, Knockcroghery, Lecarrow, Hodson Bay and Athlone. Distance is 104 kilometres...
Castlecoote House, Castlecoote, Co Roscommon is an elegant Georgian Mansion set in rich pastoral woodland area, bounded...
This easy 6.4km looped walk takes you on minor roads and bog roads.
Strokestown Park House is an 18th Century mansion, faithfully restored, retaining its original furnishings with professionally...
Walks within the Arigna region include the Arigna Miners' Way & Historical Trail, Sliabh an Iarainn Way, The Leitrim...
Enjoy a family day out at Tullyboy Farm, in County Roscommon, and experience the atmosphere of a real working farm in...
Meet You Here Coffee House Art Gallery is an old gatekeeper's house at the gates of St. Nathy's College and the cathedral...
Douglas Hyde was the first President of Ireland and co-founder of Conradh Na Gaeilge (the Gaelic League). The interpretative...
This annual 10 day event brings a buzz to the streets of Boyle with a packed programme of exhibitions,...
Summer School celebrating all forms of music, song & dance with expert tutors and featuring concerts,...
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