36 Accommodation, 7 Events , 59 Things to do
One of the midland's leading hotels, the three star Great National Abbeyleix Manor Hotel offers a restful retreat and an ideal base to explore the hidden beauties of County Laois and central Ireland.
An 18th Century luxury coach house, set in the courtyard of The Old Rectory Farm, in County Laois. This tranquil rural setting is an ideal centre for touring, golfing, fishing, hill walking, canal boating and horse riding.
Situated at the foot of the Slieve Bloom Mountains, this family run, old world, thatched pub is situated in the village of Coolrain. Traditional music and set dancing is enjoyed throughout the year.
Seasons Bistro, located in the heart of Portlaoise, offers casual dining of the highest quality and value to visitors.
Portlaoise Farmers Market takes place on Fridays in Portlaoise, County Laois. A selection of fresh local produce, home-made foods and craft are available to the public.
Abbeyview Cottage is luxury spacious four star traditional Irish thatched cottage surrounded by landscaped gardens, in County Laois. The cottage can sleep up to six guests in three bedrooms.
This charming, two bedroom, thatched cottage, is close to the border of counties Kilkenny and Tipperary, in County Laois. Brennans Cottages are well located for day trips to Dublin, Waterford and Limerick.
This 9 day event will leave a smile on your face with over 300 scarecrows to be seen throughout the village. The festival also hosts an art and craft exhibition and outdoor market at the weekends.
The annual Petworld Furry 5K is a much loved dog walk that raises money for local animal adoption shelters and charities. Other participating locations will be in Dublin, Galway, Laois, Mayo,...
The award winning Kilvahan Horse Drawn Caravan experience located in Coolrain, County Laois, gives visitors the opportunity to step outside of the everyday bustle and unwind in the beautiful Irish midlands in a unique way.
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