Bed & Breakfast


 

Abbey House

Abbey House is located just a five-minute walk from Boyle Town Centre. The house itself is a delightful Victorian residence which boasts large mature gardens, spacious parking, five en-suite bedrooms, and a relaxing TV lounge with open fire for your use. 

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Armcashel B&B

Armcashel is a comfortable, bright, spacious, non-smoking B&B overlooking Clonalis Estate - the Ancestral Home of the O'Connor Clan. Situated just 1 km from Castlerea town centre on the Castlebar/Westport road.

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Avondale

This luxury two storey house is a family run B&B and you can be sure of a warm welcome and kind hospitality. Enjoying the most peaceful surroundings, Avondale is situated near River Shannon and Strokestown House and Famine Museum is just 12km drive.

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Derrbehy House

Beautiful dormer style home overlooking Lough Allen, the first and most spectacular of the great Shannon lakes. Renowned panoramic views and first class accommodation.

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Forest Park House

Forest Park House is luxury four star Failte Ireland approved Bed and Breakfast accommodation in Boyle and has been welcoming guests for over 30 years. In May 2006, Forest Park House was totally rebuilt with a new vision. 

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Kilronan House


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Reeside

Reeside is situated beside Lough Ree in scenic country surroundings. Located one mile from Athlone Golf Club and Hodson Bay Hotel, a cruising boat is availablefor tours and hire with this lakeside accomodation. 

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Ronane's 


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Rosdarrig House

Rosdarrig House is a four-star Fáilte Ireland approved luxurious Bed and Breakfast offering genuine Irish hospitality. Rosdarrig is located beside Boyle Abbey and Lough Key Forest Park and is only a five minute drive from two golf courses. 

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Rowen Tree House

This four star Failte Ireland approved B & B offers a high standard, friendly service to their guests. This choice accommodation is in a quiet, rural spot with good views over the gently rolling countryside.

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Ross House


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Supported By

This project received grant aid from Roscommon LEADER Partnership Rural Development Programme which is financed by the Irish Government under the Rural Development Programme Ireland 2007-2013 and by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development:Europe investing in Rural Areas.