Gleeson's Townhouse and Restaurant

Market Square, Roscommon, County Roscommon, Western Ireland, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Market Square, Roscommon, is near Roscommon Castle.
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    Travel Blogs from Roscommon

    The (Irish) Green Land

    A travel blog entry by bozenamyslinska on Aug 26, 2014

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    ... newest song on the top of my voice, speeding through various turns, twists and bumps while exploring beautiful coastline of co. Clare, Burren and Connemara. And boy the views were getting better and better with every turn! I really was starting to Love it!!

    I was staying in lovely village called Ballyvaughan...very charming place with couple of shops and few pubs! I decided to go for a walk around the town. And its so ...

    Journy From Ireland to America

    A travel blog entry by savannahmanis on Mar 20, 2014

    ... our papers. Finally that was over and we were in America. New York is a busy city, to busy for me so we decide to go to Oklahoma and settle there. You would think after our long journey to America we wouldn't want to move any more but the city was not for us. We boarded a bus and headed west we didn't stop to admire the scenery or breath in the air we just kept going and going until we finally got there. Oklahoma was so ...

    The Luck of the Irish

    A travel blog entry by lauratravelz on Jun 05, 2013

    183 photos

    ... us very entertained. The sun was shining - apparently a very rare phenomenon - and would continue to shine beautifully for the next few days. Locals called it a miracle! Our lunch stop was in Sligo, where many of us piled into a bakery. I had a steak and Guinness pie, which was quite tasty, and we ate next to the water, which was at low tide. That afternoon we got to Galway and had a couple of hours to explore the shops. Most people bought the famous Irish ring. We then had ...

    A Very Carrick Christmas

    A travel blog entry by vanessawalsh on Dec 25, 2012

    26 photos

    ... White Christmas – reports prior to leaving were predicting snow and minus temperatures, I was actually really looking forward to rugging up and experiencing a really cold Christmas for once. As we go to sit down at the table – I am on frigging fire, sun is streaming into the room and blinding me – what the eff – it is actually a beautiful mild day …. Frigged off to no end.

    The house is buzzing and every man for himself with seating and ...

    Explore County Louth

    A travel blog entry by peter-linda on Jun 01, 2012

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    After having a very ordinary continental breakfast at the B&B we set off to explore County Louth on the north eastern coast of the Irish Republic.
    We drove to the seaside village of Carlingford on the Irish Sea which had the Cooley Mountains coming right down to the village from the west. On the Eastern side you could see the Northern Ireland Mourne Mountains and Greencastle in the distance. The village was quite beautiful with cobblestones and pubs and cafes everywhere. ...