Things to see and do - Mullingar
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Mullingar Travel guide
Mullingar : Michelin's recommendations
The county town of Westmeath is an important agricultural market town in the heart of a region known for raising fine livestock. It is also prized by anglers, set as it is on a loop of the Royal Canal off the west bank of the River Brosna, between Lough Ennel and Lough Owel. During his student days, James Joyce lived here for a time, when his father was in charge of reorganising the electoral rolls.
Tourist attractions Mullingar : Things to see and do
IRL - Multyfarnham
The outdoor Stations of the Cross are composed of life-sized figures set in a grove of evergreens, beside a swiftly-flowing stream.
R 395 IRL - Castlepollard
The original fortress, with its 3 m thick walls, was converted into a country mansion at the beginning of the 18C and in the 19C, Francis Johnston added the neo-Gothic façade (1801-1805). The visit includes the two storey Great Hall, designed by Jame..
Pearso St. IRL - Mullingar
On the east bank of Lough Ennel, this is the perfect setting for an elegant villa (1740), probably designed by Richard Castle. From 1912 until 1960 the house belonged to Colonel Charles Howard-Bury. The villa has been restored to its original conditi..
Main Street IRL - Kinnegad
43-59 Dominick Street IRL - Mullingar
Prix Prices from : 49 €
Next to Mullingar Train Station, Newbury Hotel has free Wi-Fi, free parking and a bar that serves good food and hosts music on Saturday nights. Located in the centre of Mullingar, the 3 star Newbury Hotel is 50 minutes from Dublin. In the basement,..
Pearse Street IRL - Mullingar
In the heart of Mullingar town, this hotel with a bar and restaurant offers a home-from-home environment. Local attractions include Belvedere House and Gardens, golf and Mullingar Greyhound Stadium. The hotel’s Ulysses Bar has a life-size wax figu..
IRL - Glassan
Dublin Rd IRL - An Muileann gCearr
Fry Pl IRL - Athlone
Keenly run bistro with an airy interior, rough floorboards, brick walls and an open-plan kitchen. Extensive menus offer an eclectic mix of dishes, from Irish beef and local fish specials right through to Asian-inspired fare.
IRL - Glassan
IRL - Glasson
Well-run pub with an attractive wood-panelled bar hung with original Guinness and Gilbey's signs, and a locals snug complete with a pool table. Dishes range from handmade sausages to local rabbit terrine, with tasty specials in the evening.
Abbey Ln. IRL - Athlone
Vivid yellow building with red window frames, hidden down a side street near the castle. Small downstairs bar; tapestries in the main room. Good choice of authentic Thai dishes and daily specials - try the owner's recommendations.