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Charming award-winning heritage boutique Hotel with open fires, themed lounges and bars, coffee shop and restaurant, chic bedrooms along with extensive and flexible conferencing and banqueting facilities seamlessly blending modern day living with old world charm. The Hotel is steeped in history, charm and character with many memorabilia from the past. Ideal Town Centre location just off the main Dublin to Sligo Road (N4) close to all amenities with the River Shannon just a short stroll.
Address: Main Street, Carrick-on-Shannon, Co. Leitrim N41 H5P1
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- Arigna Mining Experience - km
3.29km to City/Town Centre
Lough Rynn Castle is one of Ireland's most luxurious castle hotels. With 44 bedrooms,Set on the shores of Lough Rynn in Leitrim, this historic Irish Castle is surrounded by over 300 acres of breathtaking scenery, lush green pastures, ancient forests and historical points of interest.Lough Rynn Castle Hotel retains all the luxury and splendour that underlines its ancient history with splendid walkways through the magnificent Victorian Walled Gardens, An Award Winning 2 AA Rosette Sandstone Restaurant
Address: Lough Rynn, Mohill, Co. Leitrim. N41 WE16
- Arigna Mining Experience - km
- Lough Key Forest Park - km
Things to See & Do
- Arigna Mining Experience
- Parke's Castle
- Glencar Waterfall
- Lough Key Forest Park
- Lough Allen Adventure Centre
- Limerick Museum
- Bishop's Palace
- Thomond Weir
- King John's Castle
- Bishop's House
- Rice's Monument
- Hunt Museum
- Treaty Stone
Arigna Mining Experience
Things to Do
Carrick on Shannon: The perfect base to explore the county of Leitrim, Carrick on Shannon is Ireland’s fastest growing inland resort. Boasting an abundant offering of top class restaurants, accommodation, nightlife, visitor attractions and shopping, it is the perfect getaway destination for those coming from near or far.
The Costello Memorial Chapel: Erected in memory of his wife, this tiny chapel was built in 1877 by Edward Costello. It is remarkable example of one man’s enduring love for his wife, as he spared no expense on its construction. At just 4.8m x 3.6m the chapel is the smallest in Ireland and reputedly the second smallest in the world.
Glencar Waterfall: Situated near Glencar Lake, 11 kilometres west of Manorhamilton is a particularly inspiring waterfall. There are more waterfalls visible from the road, although none is quite as romantic as this one which is mentioned by WB Yeats in his poem ‘The Stolen Child’.
Parke’s Castle: A plantation era castle dating to the early 17th century, it was once the home of the English settler Robert Parke and his family. The Courtyard grounds contain evidence of an earlier 16th century Tower House structure once owned by Sir Brian O'Rourke. O’Rourke gave refuge to a sea captain in the Spanish Armada. Because of histreason he was executed in London in 1591. The Castle has been restored using Irish oak and traditional craftsmanship and located on the charming shores of Lough Gill.
The Shed Distillery: The Shed is a rustic handcraft distillery overlooking the shores of Lough Allen in the rural village of Drumshanbo. It’s the first distillery in Connacht for over 100 years, and is also the first multi-purpose distillery of its kind in the country. Visits to this unique experience are by appointment only.
Lough Allen Adventure Centre: This award-winning adventure centre has a decidedly chilled atmosphere, which allows you the luxury of soaking up a relaxed ‘outback, outdoors’ Leitrim experience. Whether it’s a family holiday, group weekend or corporate getaway, there is something for everyone including wind surfing, kayaking and archery.
Creevelea Friary: Built in 1508, this Franciscan friary remained in use until 1837. It’s well preserved ruins stand in romantic settings beside the River Bonet. In the ruins is a carving of Saint Francis preaching to the birds. It may be a bit off the local track, but it is well worth the visit.
Kiltyclogher Heritage Centre: Kiltyclogher Heritage Centre is located in the Court House in the centre of Kiltyclogher, and opened its doors in 2015. It features an exhibition about the life of Seán MacDiarmada and offers tours to his house. MacDiarmada played a key role in planning the Easter Rising of 1916 and was one of the seven signatories that signed the Proclamation of Irish Independence.