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Abbey House is a Victorian residence set on the grounds of the 12th-century Boyle Abbey in County Roscommon. Surrounded by mature gardens and within walking distance of the town, Abbey House is an ideal place for a memorable, self-catering holiday.
A unique accommodation in County Roscommon, Abbey House is a delightful Victorian house nestled between historic Boyle Abbey and the Boyle River. Just five minutes from the town centre, the property boasts large mature gardens and spacious parking.
Guests at Abbey House can choose from self-catering and bed-and-breakfast options, and are sure to find a personal and friendly service. The Lodge features two well-equipped units, each with the space to comfortably sleep three people. Telephone and TV are provided. Additionally, the property caters for avid fishers with tackle and bait storage, a cold room and drying facilities. The owners are bait stockists.
Abbey House is within walking distance of the town centre as well as beautiful Lough Key Forest Park. Boyle Town has several sites of historic and architectural interest, including the 12th-century Boyle Abbey and the 18th-century King House. These attractive buildings, the traditional layout of the town centre and the presence of the Boyle River flowing through the town all combine to make Boyle an attractive place to live, work and visit.