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
JC Doorly's Pub is found in Roscommon Town. The small pub is known for its traditional music and friendly atmosphere.
Situated in Roscommon town, Gleesons Artisan Food and Wine Shop offers an extensive range of home-grown, organic, artisan...
The Coachman's Inn in Roscommon Town is a family run business, which has been in operation for over thirty years and...
Frances Crowe is a fibre artist, specialising in hand woven tapestry, large scale wall hangings and small, framed textured...
Strokestown Park House is an 18th Century mansion, faithfully restored, retaining its original furnishings with professionally...
Angling Services Ireland is a premier angling guide service in both the west and north west regions of Ireland. They...
Roscommon Arts Centre is a vibrant purpose built arts space located on the outskirts of Roscommon town.
The Irish Whiskey Trail is a free to use smartphone friendly online visitor guide to the best whiskey tour venues in...
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