47 Accommodation, 8 Events , 81 Things to do
Our evening restaurant CJ’s, is an unforgettable experience for all the right reasons. Our newly refurbished, fully air conditioned dining room is a truly elegant space.
Bush Hotel Restaurant and Coffee Shop located in this charming award winning boutique Hotel in the centre of Carrick on Shannon.
Recommended by the Craft Council as one of the leading craft & design centres in the country, the award winning Leitrim Design House, located in the heart of Carrick-on-Shannon is a unique showcase of Irish design.
Drumkeerin Holiday Home is three bedroom detached bungalow furnished and decorated to a very high standard with magnificent views of Lough Allen and the surrounding countryside of County Leitrim. An ideal base for touring the north west of Ireland.
Electric Bike Trails are located in Leitrim Village 4 miles from Carrick-on-Shannon. Electric and conventional bikes for hire, trails and guided tours. Explore the beautiful countryside of Leitrim and north Roscommon.
James Joyce Pub Award for being an authentic Irish pub. Elegant and secluded, the Mallard Bar, off the lobby, is the perfect place to relax in a cosy warm atmosphere.
Origin Farmers Market is held every Friday in Manorhamilton, County Leitrim. Stalls offer organic meat, fruit and vegetables as well as home baking, cheese and fresh fish.
Drumcoura Equestrian Centre is a well managed, professional centre offering full livery, lessons and weekly training shows. It is located in Ballinamore, County Leitrim.
Ireland's premier Americana and Country Music event featuring the best of Irish and American country music acts, three bars, camping and a children's area.
Clancys of Glenfarne offer first-class accommodation, an excellent restaurant, supermarket and post office facilities in Glenfarne, County Leitrim.
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