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Inny Bay B&B has a superb location on Lough Ree's shore. An ideal stopover between east and west. Dublin 1.5 hr, Galway 1 hr, Shannon 2 hrs. You are guaranteed a genuine Irish welcome, Céad Míle Fáilte. Open turf fire in lounge. Free WiFi/internet.
Sample the hospitality and welcome of Four Seasons in the heart of Ireland. Athlone, close to the majestic waters of the River Shannon and Lough Ree, anglers and watersports enthusiasts enjoy this region. It's the birthplace of Count John McCormack and Oliver Goldsmith. Splendid golf facilities in Athlone, Glasson and Mount Temple. Close to Athlone Castle, Clonmacnois and Lockes Distilleries in Kilbeggan. Premises is 7 kilometres from Athlone town.
Spacious bungalow on N62. Convenient to Clonmacnoise Ancient Monastic settlement. Only one and a half hours from Dublin airport and one and a half hours to Galway.
Located in the quaint village of Roses, Glasson Stone Lodge has been constructed with en suite rooms and exquisite interior design. We will make your stay relaxing, welcoming and most enjoyable with good food and tranquil surroundings away from the hustle and bustle. Beautiful restaurants and old world pubs, championship golf courses all within walking distance. Situated close to Lough Ree and ideal for fishing, water sports, or just a stroll across the bog and see traditional turf cutting.
The Rectory is located in the midlands area of Ireland and is ideally suited both for the explorer or guests who simply wishes to relax and enjoy the character and charm of a four star period residence set in mature gardens.
Arch House B&B and Apartments are located in the centre of Athlone town, County Westmeath. Arch House B&B can accommodate tourists, wedding guests, family breaks and group bookings. Arch House B&B is close to all amenities and local attractions.
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