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Arch House B&B and Apartments

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Sean Costello Street, Athlone, Westmeath,
Mrs Maureen Flynn
T: +353(0)906477222
E: archhousebnb@gmail.com

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.

Arch House B&B located in Athlone town Centre County Westmeath an exceptional location in the heart of Ireland. Situated half way between Dublin and Galway. Arch House B&B offer their guests a warm friendly welcome and ensure a pleasant memorable stay.

Arch House B&B and Serviced Apartments offer ten ensuite bedrooms and ten self catering apartments and can accommodate tourists, wedding guests, family breaks and group bookings. Arch House B&B offer rooms with private bathrooms, tea and coffee making facilities, TV, WiFi, private onsite parking and an extensive breakfast menu that caters for all dietary requirements.

Arch House Serviced Apartments offer two or three bed roomed apartments, two bathrooms, living room, dining area, fully fitted kitchen, TV, WiFi and onsite private parking. They are ideal for families, groups and the tourist wishing to use Athlone as a base whilst touring the Midlands, East and West Coasts. They also organise Group activities which include golf, paint-balling, white water rafting, zorbing, horse riding and cocktail classes.

Arch House B&B and Apartments are just a short stroll away from Athlone’s many award winning restaurants and bars, shopping centre, Ath Luain Art Gallery, the River Shannon, the birthplace of Sir john Count McCormack and Sean’s Bar. Ireland’s oldest pub with music seven nights a week. Arch House B&B is just a 30 minute drive from the monastic site of Clonmacnoise and can also be visited by taking the guided Viking boat trip from Athlone. All attractions are within a two hour drive including the Cliffs of Moher, The Burren, Connemara, Galway City and the many surrounding sights of Mayo and Sligo.