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Step out into the great outdoors of Yew point at Hodson Bay and experience 145 acres of unspoiled meadows and woodlands on the shores of Lough Ree. Hotel residents have exclusive complimentary access to Yew Point.
In the heart of Ireland lies the award-winning Ballinahown Eco-Craft village. This quaint country village on the outskirts of Athlone Town is a creative hub for Irish designers and makers.
Step out into the great outdoors of Yew Point at Hodson Bay and experience 145 acres of unspoiled meadows and woodlands on the shores of Lough Ree. Hotel residents have exclusive complimentary access to Yew Point. Available on select dates only.
With over 7,200 yards available across 18 holes, this course has incredible views of Lough Ree and Killinure Bay. Whether you’re a budding golfer or seasoned professional this course offers a challenge for golfers at all levels.
Athlone is home to well known Easons and Book Station however for those who love to get lost in a hidden gem, John’s Bookshop is a must! They sell antiquarian, used, rare, and a few new books. They also sell original documents, signed first editions, photographs, and a few paintings.
Athlone is home to so many unique and tasty cafes throughout the town. From sandwich bars and vegan menus to locally sourced produce and home-baked goods, visitors are spoilt for choice. Why not take a break in Harvest Homemade Café with a healthy salad, carvery dinner or delicious treats.
Enjoy a pint in Ireland’s oldest bar or party the night away with great bars and live entertainment until late in Athlone, at the heart of great nights and even better memories. Enjoy signature cocktails in the newly renovated S Bar and Bistro in Sheraton.
Stroll across the bridge in Athlone and nestled on the right hand bank you’ll find the stunning Luan Gallery. A showcase for the most interesting artists from the midlands, Ireland and abroad, the building itself is a modern work of art in its own right.
Athlone has a range of fantastic local boutiques and shopping centres with high street favourites including Zara, H&M, and designer labels like Tommy Hilfiger at the heart of Athlone Town Centre. Take a trip to Burgess Department store, Ireland’s longest established department store.
Located in Drum, a short drive from Athlone town, Drum Heritage Centre, invites visitors to learn about the history of the area including a nearby monastic settlement and St Brigid’s Holy Well. The centre is home to one of the largest collections of historic documents and midlands memorabilia.
Follow the story of one of Ireland’s greatest tragedies at the National Famine Museum in Stokestown. Learn about one of the most poignant moments in Irish history, discover the archive of letters, documents and rare photographs from the 1840’s.
Walking here, you get a sense that past, and present are closely interwoven. You will be captivated by the fascinating remains of an Anglo-Norman castle and walled town. Lough Ree about 10 miles by boat or car from Athlone.
St. John’s Wood in Roscommon is one of Ireland’s largest ancient woodlands, over 260 acres. It’s believed that St. John’s Wood is one of Ireland’s few primary ancient woodlands, meaning it has never been fully cleared so that there has been woodland on this site since the last Ice Age.
With the sun on your back and water lapping at your side, take a stroll along the Shannon Banks Walk. It begins in the shadow of Athlone Castle and leads you along a nature trail that’s bursting with a diversity of wildlife. Stretching along a 5km loop.
A must for any cycling enthusiasts out there, the Old Rail Trail is a fantastic way to explore Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands. This is a dedicated cycle path that follows the old rail track under bridges, through tunnels and the scenic countryside all the way from Athlone to Mullingar.
Hikers and walkers alike can access Sliabh Bawn’s fantastic recreation facilities. The new amenities include a trim trail for fitness, an equestrian trail, six looped walks, a raised viewing platform and a new picnic area. Sliabh Bawn is a short drive from the hotel.
This is a fantastic walk that explores the wooded area and farmlands of Portlick and the Whinning peninsula of Lough Ree. The trail is 5 km, only a short drive from the hotel. Enjoy native trees and attractive and varied views of Lough Ree.
From the sawdust on the floor, to the live music from the band, Sean’s bar is a favourite amongst locals and tourists alike. Experience the ‘Craic agus Ceol’ in a cozy bar located in the heart of Athlone. Sample Sean’s very own Irish Whiskey. Sean’s Bar is Ireland’s oldest pub.
Dead Centre Brewing is a tight knit crew that relies on friends, family, colleagues and other breweries to create a product that we can truly be proud of. Sample local beers on tap, try one of their amazing stone baked pizzas using local ingredients.
At Midlands Whiskey Experiences, their team are passionate about the cultural heritage and history of their ancient distilling tradition in the Midlands and invite you to join one of their Whiskey Tours or simply join exclusive Tasting Experiences to learn all about the fascinating world of Midlands Whiskey.
Lough Ree Distillery is all about connection: connecting Whiskey tradition with modern technology. Connecting the gentle pace of rural Ireland with the confidence of a new generation.
A journey of discovery through the centuries-old tradition of whiskey production in Athlone that encapsulates over 270 years of whiskey heritage and enjoy a few local tipples along the way! You will learn all about the forgotten stories of a once bustling industry in the heart of Ireland and discover some hidden places that locals don’t even know about!
Since 1938 Hodson Bay has been the home of Athlone Golf Club. The 18-hole course has breath taking views of Lough Ree and the surrounding area. The club features a fully stocked pro-shop, club hire, buggy hire, golf lessons and coaching.
Moate Golf Club is an 18-Hole, Parkland Golf Course, set in the Midlands of Ireland. Founded in 1900, the club has been part of the community in Westmeath for 120 years, the course offers a fair challenge to golfers of all ages and abilities.
Athlone Equestrian Centre was established in 2006 to provide the best equestrian facilities available in the midlands.
Ideally situated in a quiet country setting yet only three miles from Athlone town, Athlone Equestrian Centre prides itself in providing a safe and fun learning experience to both adults and kids.
Tullyboy Farm is a family run, working visitor farm in a beautiful setting around a Georgian farmhouse.There are a range of activities available, from miniature tractor barrel rides, straw dives for goodies, playground, lots of animals to get up close to and feed.
Kilbeggan is a place full of stories worth telling, and people worthy of telling them. Pictures and print can attempt to do it justice, but there is no substitute for visiting Kilbeggan and the Kilbeggan Distillery, and seeing first-hand how the town and distillery have evolved since 1757.
Coal was mined in the Arigna Valley from the 1700s through to 1990, when the mines were closed. With massive community and Government support, the Derreenavoggy Mine reopened as a visitor attraction in 2003. Since then, close to 400,000 people have enjoyed the Arigna Mining Experience, making this community-inspired initiative one of the most popular local attractions in Roscommon.
Lough Boora Discovery Park is a haven for nature and a prime location for outdoor enthusiasts to explore our trails, angling lakes, bird hides and sculptures. Their vast network of off-road walkways and cycle paths allows visitors to spend as much time as they wish exploring the park, as walks can range from 20 minutes to four hours.
Strokestown Park, in Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands, County Roscommon, is a unique property that includes the National Famine Museum, a beautiful Palladian house and stunning gardens.
Dún na Sí (pronounced Doon na Shee) translates from Irish as “the fort of the fairies”. It is named after the local folklore that some lone hawthorn bushes (often known as fairy bushes) once marked the presence of a ‘fairy fort’ which previously existed in our Park. Our Heritage Park commemorates the traditions and activities of rural Ireland throughout time, and our Amenity Park provides a beautiful space which celebrates biodiversity and provides a special environment for activity and appreciation of nature.
The centre of Ireland in so many ways, the Hill of Uisneach is one of the most sacred and historic sanctuaries in the world. Come join us at the heart of the ancient Kingdom of Mide. Walk in the footsteps of High Kings, Gods & Goddesses across the ancient landscape that is the Hill of Uisneach.