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2.12km to City/Town Centre
Maldron Hotel & Leisure Centre Portlaoise is regarded as one of the best Laois Hotels. Value is what business and leisure travelers' alike look for and value is what Maldron Hotel in Portlaoise delivers. A superior product at an affordable price. Located just off exit 17 on the M7 Motorway, the Maldron Hotel Portlaoise is the the most centrally located hotel in the country.Regarded as one of the finest family friendly hotels in Ireland you and your family can enjoy a great value break together at this Portlaoise hotel. Maldron Hotel Portlaoise offers a number of family rooms that are very comfortable and spacious. Maldron Hotel Portlaoise is perfectly positioned for families to avail of the local attractions for kids.With our 20 meter pool, sauna, steam room jcuzzi and gym the Maldron Hotel Porltlaoise is the perfect place for you to enjoy some relaxatin time.
Address: Midway, Abbeyleix Road, Portlaoise, Co. Laois
- Monicknew Slieve Bloom Mountains - km
0.18km to City/Town Centre
The All New Midlands Park hotel (formerly Portlaoise Heritage Hotel)are in the final stage of renovations. Our bar and restaurant have been relocated for your convenience during this period. Explore the Heart of Ireland from the 4* Midlands Park Hotel, Portlaoise Town Centre. Luxury in the heart of the Midlands, this sophisticated urban setting is perfect for business or pleasure.Designed to reflect style, planned with meticulous care to deliver service excellence, the 4*Midlands Park Hotel has earned itself the reputation of being one of the most sought after Laois hotels. We offer our guests an uncompromising level of service, personal yet efficient. We know that the welcome you receive and the service you enjoy will give you every reason to return to this deluxe, 4 star hotel in the heart of Ireland. We are set in the perfect location for you to 'Explore the Heart of Ireland' with only a 5 minute walk from Portlaoise Train Station allowing you excellent access from all over Ire
Address: Town Centre, Portlaoise, Co. Laois R32 KV20
- Emo Court House - km
- Rock of Dunamase - km
1.77km to City/Town Centre
The Heritage is set in the idyllic countryside of Killenard in the heart of Co Laois. The Heritage offers a wide variety of activities on site and has something for everyone to enjoy your own kind of perfect break away.
Address: Killenard, Co. Laois
- Emo Court House - km
- Rock of Dunamase - km
Things to See & Do
- Birr Castle
- Rock of Dunamase
- Leap Castle
- Emo Court House
- Heywood Gardens
- Monicknew Slieve Bloom Mountains
- Carlow Train Station
Rock of Dunamase
Things to Do
Dunamaise Arts Centre: The Dunamaise Arts Centre is a purpose built theatre and arts centre situated in the heart of the midlands. The centre aims to present the best professional performances by touring companies and to develop the arts within the local community. Established in 1999, it has since presented work by all leading major Irish theatre companies, including the Abbey, Druid, Red Kettle, Island, Fishamble and Galloglass.
Donaghmore Famine Workhouse Museum: A memorial museum in Portlaoise which tells the stories of people who lived and died in the workhouses before, during and after the Great Famine. The museum offers guided and self-guided tours to view the various exhibits which aim to explain the socio-economic conditions which led to the establishment of these workhouses.
Irish Fly Fishing And Game Shooting Museum: A museum exploring centuries of hunting and fishing in Ireland. Situated in a restored farmhouse just outside Portlaoise town the museum displays a vast variety of rods, reels, guns, tackle, tools and examples of Irish birds and fish. Some of the other exhibits include a fish and game shooting room, trophy room, clay pigeon room, boat house and hatching room.
Rock of Dunamase: Although little more than a few arches remain of the original structure as well as the castle being destroyed some 200 years after it was first built in the 12th century, the Rock of Dunamase remains a brilliant place to go to experience and explore the stunning views of the beautiful surrounding countryside from upon the ruins of this historic castle.
Emo Court and Gardens: Designed by architect James Gandon in 1790 for John Dawson, the first Earl of Portarlington. It is renowned for its neo-classical style. It was owned by the Jesuits during the start of the 20th century, Emo Court was then acquired and extensively restored by Mr Cholmeley Harrison in the 1960s. Mr Cholmeley Harrison gifted the estate to the state in 1994.
Slieve Bloom Mountains: These Mountains form a natural link between Laois and Offaly. The picturesque and peaceful setting offers some excellent walks and trails that can cater to all fitness levels. A little known fact is that along with the Massif Central in France, Slieve Bloom is the oldest mountain in Europe and was once the highest.