Roscommon

  1. Cloonliss Lodge

    Roscommon Town, Roscommon

    Perfect for touring central and western Ireland, Cloonliss Lodge is a four-star, family friendly self catering. Set in Mount Talbot, the lodge includes everything required for a truly memorable stay in County Roscommon. It can sleep eight people. Read more

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  2. Boyle Farmers Market

    Boyle, Roscommon

    Úna Bhán Tourism runs a wonderful farmers market every Saturday from 10am-2pm in Boyle, County Roscommon. The market provides customers with the opportunity of meeting local producers and browsing their wide selection of produce. Read more

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  3. Lough Key Wood

    Boyle, Roscommon

    Set in the unspoilt village of Knockvicar, Couny Roscommon, Lough Key Wood is a new development of cottages found along the shores of Lough Key and its renowned forest park. There is an abundance of attractions and activities on offer. Read more

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  4. Willowbrook

    Ballaghaderreen, Roscommon

    For tranquillity and beauty in County Roscommon, look no further than Willowbrook, the perfect place to unwind. The park offers three-star facilities as well as a mobile home for hire. It is near Ballaghadereen, an area with many attractions. Read more

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  5. Seosamh Mac Gabhann Summer School

    Ballaghaderreen, Roscommon

    The Seosamh Mac Gabhann Summer School is a week of classes in traditional Irish music, song, dance and Gaeilge with nightly sessions. Come along to East Mayo for the finest music, excellent value and great... Read more

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  6. Rinn Duin Castle Loop

    Lecarrow, Roscommon

    The name Rindoon (in Irish ‘rinn duin’) means a fortified headland. The Rindoon Peninsula in County Roscommon extends into Lough Ree approximately in the centre of Ireland. The strategic importance of the peninsula was recognised by the Anglo-Normans and a castle and garrison was established here in 1227. The castle was protected by a substantial town wall which defended the neck of the peninsula. Today, Rindoon is possibly the best preserved deserted Norman town in Ireland – with substantial remains of the castle and harbour, the town wall, a stone windmill, ecclesiastical sites, a church and graveyard. There is a Bee Bole (18th century beehive alcove) located behind St John’s House at the start of the walks. For those interested in habitat and birdlife the shoreline is home to many species of birds - including egrets, whimbrels, merlins, herons and ducks. Walkers should note that the overall site has returned to pasture is now a working livestock farm – cattle, sheep and a few inquisitive donkeys wander the peninsula with you! Read more

  7. The Restaurant at the Abbey Hotel

    Roscommon Town, Roscommon

    The Restaurant at the Abbey Hotel is located on the Galway Road, Roscommon. The establishment offers a casual yet elegant dining experience with varied dishes prepared with great attention to detail. Read more

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  8. The Claypipe Centre

    Knockcroghery, Roscommon

    Come and see how the traditional Irish Clay pipes were made! Ethel will be delighted to give you a demonstration and tell you about the history of this famous pipe-making village. There are wonderful photographs and artifacts to enjoy. Read more

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  9. Wild Goose Bog Loop

    Ballinlough, Roscommon

    This easy 6.4km looped walk takes you on minor roads and bog roads. Read more

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  10. Pike Fishing Ireland

    Boyle, Roscommon

    Pike Fishing Ireland is located in Boyle in County Roscommon and is owned and run by Mr Alastair Rawlings, who is an experienced pike fishing guide and instructor offering guided day trips and fishing holidays. Read more

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