Accessible, enjoyable and full of surprises, Westmeath is a county watersports and wonders
Take a trip through a stunning Lakeland region
Discover the terrible history and ‘Jealous Wall’ of Belvedere’s estate
Located on the main Dublin to Sligo road (N4) and just 1.5 miles from Mullingar, The Roadhouse is an ideal stopping...
This charming olde worlde award winning pub and restaurant lies right in the heart of the picturesque village pf Glasson,...
Rock ‘n’ Bowl ten pin bowling alley and kids soft play. The midlands newest entertainment venue.
Athlone Little Theatre is a fully amateur theatre group.
Full carvery served daily located in the heart of Athlone, Co. Westmeath. Sandwich bar serving wide range of sandwiches...
Celtic Roots Studio in Ballinahowen, County Westmeath features sculptures and unique gifts made from bog wood. Each...
Kilbeggan Races is one of the most enjoyable experiences. It mingles the heart stopping spectacle of races over jumps,...
Lough Glore lies to the north of the Castlepollard in County Westmeath. It holds a good stock of brown trout which are...
Held over quiet country roads over a distance of 19.6 miles or 31.6km with regular aid stations, the...
A colourful weekend event that will see the banks of the Shannon in Athlone come alive with water activity,...
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