Our home is in a quiet estate at the edge of Athlone - just 5 minutes drive into town or to the lovely village of Glasson, boasting award winning restaurants, golfing and many activities on the picturesque lake.
“Ava was welcoming and responded very quickly if we had any questions. Very clean and easy to find. Would definitely recommend staying here!”
The apartment is on the second floor and overlooks a farming countryside yet is also 5 minute walk to shopping centers and the town centre (best of all worlds) and is very quiet at night, there is a Large court yard downstairs and to the rear. it is ideal for kids to have fun and play in a safe environment, there is free off- street parking available
“John is such a nice guy with a great sense of humour. He sat with us to watch the snooker and even let us stay another night when we asked because we loved his place. Lovely bedroom with a telly and a cozy double bed. He let us use pretty much everything and we really enjoyed our stays :) would highly recommend!”
Our place is close to art and culture and is centrally placed to visit all areas of Ireland. Our place is good for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers, families (with kids), and groups. The prices reflect this. There are magnificent views of the countryside. Breakfast of toast, milk, cereal, tea or coffee included. Internet included. Room with twin beds includes en-suite bathroom. All other rooms have access to shared full bathroom.
“My family and I had a wonderful stay with Tom and Mary. Their home is lovely and so comfortable, and they are warm and engaging hosts. We arrived after 9:30 in the evening from our travels and they were very welcoming despite the late hour, even giving my elderly mother in law a cup of tea. We were a group five, including two children 10 and 13, and all of us enjoyed their company and home. The beds were very comfortable and the house was spotless and modern. This is a great location to stop if you are near Athlone--quiet and peaceful in a smaller village. We were on our way from Mayo to Dublin and it was a perfect stay. My only advice would be to arrive before dark. We found it hard to follow their directions since there is no lighting on the roads and the signs are small and the landmarks hard to decifer at night.”