Longford

  1. Goldsmith Country

    Ballymahon, Longford

    Goldsmith Country runs from Glasson in county Westmeath to north of the 3 jolly pigeons and from Tubberclair to Kilkenny west, a land forever immortalised by the writings of Oliver Goldsmith. Read more

  2. The River Shannon – Lanesboro to Rooskey

    Lanesborough, Longford

    The River Shannon upstream from Lanesboro, County Longford holds stock of pike. The weedy inlets and wider stretches are the most productive especially where the Feorish and Camlin rivers enter and downstream from Tarmonbarry Lock. Read more

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  3. Cooneys Hotel

    Ballymahon, Longford

    Cooneys family-run hotel opens onto the wide streets of Ballymahon town in County Longford. The town, built on the banks of the river Inny, provides a gateway to a relatively undiscovered part of the midlands of Ireland. Read more

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  4. Bogoak Sculptures

    Newtowncashel, Longford

    Michael and Kevin Casey are artists who create beautiful sculptures from bogwood found in Irish bogs. Visitors are invited to their workshop and studio which is located in Newtowncashel, County Longford. Read more

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  5. County Longford One Day Tour

    Ballinamuck, Longford

    The Co. Longford One Day Tour. This tour starts from Ballinamuck in Co. Longford on the R198. Read more

  6. Ballinamuck Visitors Centre

    Ballinamuck, Longford

    The Ballinamuck Visitors Centre, in County Longford, presents a lively exhibition which gives details of the Year of the French and the Battle of Ballinamuck which took place in 1798. Read more

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  7. Melview Lodge

    Longford, Longford

    Situated just off the N4 near Longford Town, Melview Lodge Guest House is Irish Tourism Development Authority approved and comes highly recommended. Read more

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  8. Ballinamuck Walks

    Ballinamuck, Longford

    Ballinamuck Bog Loop Walk is a 2hour (4km) easy loop walk with minimal effort required as most of the trail is on paths. Read more

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  9. Rath River

    Ballymahon, Longford

    The Rath River joins the Inny upstream of Ballymahon, County Longford. It holds a stock of small brown trout averaging 8 inches. Read more

  10. Longford Genealogy

    Longford, Longford

    Longford Genealogy in located in Longford town. It offers the customer a partial service in tracing their ancestors. Read more

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