6 Accommodation, 1 Events , 19 Things to do
Derrycassin Wood has three recommended walks, although you are free to make up your own route. Walk the routes in either direction for variety.
Unique, Tudor style home, peaceful location, surrounded by stone walls and spacious gardens. Exclusive sitting rooms with open fires for guests. Library loft. Ideal for relaxing in beautiful and friendly atmosphere. Family traditional music.
Longford Genealogy in located in Longford town. It offers the customer a partial service in tracing their ancestors.
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.
Kane Coaches was founded in 1956 by Michael Kane. It is a family business managed by Stephen Kane for the last 20 years.
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.
Welcome to the Community Tourist Office network in Ireland. The staff in these offices are steeped in the knowledge of the locality and will help you make the most of your stay in Ireland.
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.
The Richmond Inn licensed guesthouse overlooks Richmond harbour in the picturesque village of Clondra, 5km from Longford town in County Longford.
Town house situated 1 kilometre from town centre and 200 metres from Longford Golf Club. On the main Dublin road, convenient to St. Mel's Cathedral and with St. Joseph's hospital 500 metres away.
From €12 per person per night
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