For sailing, angling and life in the slow lane, Roscommon offers pure escape
Slowly weaving its way across the scenic Irish landscape, the River Shannon is laid-back holidaying at its best
Downstream from Athlone, County Roscommon, the Shannon River plain is flat almost as far as the eye can see. The Shannon...
This easy 6.4km looped walk takes you on minor roads and bog roads.
Situated in the centre of Ireland Athlone Golf Club is a superb 18-hole parkland course, bounded on three sides by picturesque...
The Derryglad Folk Museum houses a unique 25 year collection of restored horse drawn machinery, tradesman’s tools, household...
There are seven walking routes within the Cloonfad Walking Routes, and two Slí na Sláinte routes.
A charming, traditional, family run bar, MJ Henry’s is located in the picturesque village of Cootehall, Roscommon on...
One of the major attractions at the Castlerea Railway Museum and Pub, is locomotive A55, a Metropolitan Vickers of Manchester,...
The Claypipe Visitor Centre, in Knockcroghery County Roscommon, makes clay pipes in the traditional techniques that...
A gem of a festival with an emphasis on small, intimate events in historical and architecturally interesting buildings,...
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