Accessible, enjoyable and full of surprises, Westmeath is a county watersports and wonders
Take a trip through a stunning Lakeland region
Discover the terrible history and ‘Jealous Wall’ of Belvedere’s estate
This is a pleasant 2km walk that takes you through winding streets with glimpses of the River Shannon. It is a walk...
For traditional food with an innovative twist, using the freshest local produce in season, for attentive service and...
English Language School and an Au Pair Agency.
Quality Approved Golf Course | Approved to Fáilte Ireland standards, which means the services and facilities have been...
The starting point for this scenic and historical tour is the town of Mullingar. Taking the R394 route.
DB Cycles is an expert bike shop located in Athlone, County Westmeath. They provide a range of services including bike...
Lough Derravaragh is located about 14km north west of Mullingar with the village of Multyfarnham on its southern shore...
Athlone Regional Sports Centre is both popular and successful.
The best qualifying amateur drama groups from all over the island of Ireland perform for professional adjudication with...
For over 180 years Mullingar Agricultural Show has been celebrating the best in farming, rural interests and country...
Swim the very centre of Ireland in Hodson Bay. Choose the 750m or mile course. Every swimmer gets a free t-shirt, cap,...
The Hill of Uisneach, one of the five 'royal sites', hosts the spectacular 5,000 year old Bealtaine Fire Celebration...
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