Clonmacnoise lies at the heart of a county rich with bogland, castles and a 50-acre sculpture park
A new app catapults you back 1,000 years to see what Clonmacnoise used to look like
Starting from Athlone in County Westmeath, enjoy a nature cruise on the River Shannon with Viking Tours and experience...
Pure Results, all-inclusive fitness holidays founded by Irish TV presenter Kathryn Thomas, is putting Irish fitness...
On the River Shannon in Banagher, Co Offaly you will find Silver Line Cruisers, a family run company offering the unique...
Ath Luain Restaurant is part of the Shamrock Lodge Hotel, on the west side of Athlone Town, Co. Westmeath, five minutes...
Baracuda Boat Trips provides boat trips on the River Shannon and Lough Ree
The Dean Crowe Theatre and Arts Centre is located in the ‘left bank’ area of Athlone minutes away from the town.
Lough Ree Cruisers is a family run company offering boat hire on the River Shannon. The harbour is ideally located in...
Clara Bog is one of the best examples of a relatively intact raised bog in Western Europe. A visit to the Clara Bog...
A weekend of traditional music, heritage and culture commemorating the life of the late Larry Reynolds, a fiddler who...
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