Activities

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Roswbowl & Upsie Daisie's

Family entertainment facility. Consisting of "Upsie Daisie's" - a giant three-tier indoor soft play area, Giant Rainbowwavy Slide, Spiral tube Slide, Ball Pools, Rope Bridges, Swings, Activity Climbs and much more.

Rosbowl Ten-pin Bowling, pool tables, air hockey and games galore. Why not sample a sweet or savoury treat and a cup of freshly ground coffee or a tempting snack from the "Snack Bowl" Restaurant, while watching the kids climb up through the scarecrow's mouth or whizzing down the three lane rainbow wavy-slide!

Web: www.roscommonleisurezone.com


Orienteering

For groups of 10 and more or for that Team Building Event, we would be delighted to organise orienteering. Must be booked in advance.


Mount Cashel Stables

Kilrooskey, Co. Roscommon

Located 5 miles from Roscommon Town along the N63 Mount Cashel Stables is A.I.R.E approved providing lessons, livery, stud and breaking.
Our friendly staff, teaches lessons to suit all levels from 4yr old children to adults and are run 6 days a week, Tuesday to Sunday and generally from 9am onwards. Beginners to advanced riders are welcome and we also cater for large groups, schools and companies. Available are small quiet ponies or large horses. We can also provide trekking / hacking along beautiful quite countr

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION:
Tel: +353 0(86) 327 0984
Web: www.mountcashelstables.com


Roscommon Golf Club

Mote Park¸ Roscommon¸ Roscommon

Roscommon Golf Club is located on rolling pastures adjoining the old Mote Park estate and offers an 18 hole championship course of outstanding merit. The new 6,290 metre course, situated within half a mile of the town, has matured into one of the better parklands courses in Ireland. A par 72 with water hazards on several holes and multi-tiered sand based greens that give excellent surfaces all year round. Roscommon is a popular GUI Venue and has hosted the Irish Seniors Championship (2004) and many Boys & Youths events. The club welcomes green fees and society golf and catering is provided.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION:
Tel: (0)90 662 6382

Web: www.roscommongolfclub.ie


Lough Key Forest Park


Zipit


Boda Borg

Once you enter the two-storey Boda Borg only teamwork, ingenuity, trial and error and skills you probably didn't know you have will allow you to progress through its 47 rooms! It contains fun-filled activities, imaginative puzzles and enjoyable tasks but no instructions
Adventure Kingdom

Discover a magical land of exciting activities for children of all ages. The Adventure Play Kingdom is a dynamic, colourful and safe environment that'll keep kids entertained for hours.
The outdoor Adventure Play Kingdom is an enclosed and stimulating play area with towers, slides, climbing frames, roundabouts, swings, puzzles and other innovative play equipment suitable for a variety of ages and abilities.

Web: www.loughkey.ie


Glendeer Farm

Drum, Athlone, Co. Roscommon

Glendeer Pet Farm is a 6 acre open farm with over 50 species of animals and birds, ranging from Llama, emus, ostrich, deer, Vietnamese pot belly pigs, Jacob sheep, goats, donkeys, Scottish highland heifer, jersey cows, ponies, rabbits, guineapigs, puppies etc. We also have pea fowl, Chinese pheasants, and other rare birds and fowl, a coffee shop where we serve light refreshments, a playground with swings, slides, glider swings, and sea-saws, indoor and out door picnic areas, nature walk, and a restored 18 century cottage. Each child receives a little bag of food to feed the animals as they make their way around the farm. Groups catered for by appointment with a guided tour, so very suitable for school tours, scouts, families etc.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION:
Contact details: +353 (0)90 643 7147
Web: www.glendeer.com


Fishing in the Area

We have plenty of options for the keen fisher, please contact hotel for details.


The Suck Valley Way Walk

The Suck Valley Way Walk is a long distance way marked way walk (signposted) that is on the borders of West Roscommon and East Galway. 60 miles/100 km in length walkers have the option of completing the entire length of this lowland walk or smaller sections. The route offers an attractive and varied countryside and passes over hillsides, through forest, woodlands, bog land and along the banks of the River Suck and its many lakes and through open rural landscape. There is a wide range of historical and archaeological sites on route, including a unique La Tene Stone dating back to the Iron Age. For naturalists and wildlife enthusiasts it is a real haven, offering a rich variety of flora and fauna.  FREE pick ups & drop offs service to and from the Walk are available to hotel guests (pre-booking advised if possible).
 
Further information: Martin Dunne - The Suck Valley Way Walk                  Mob: 087 2665951 (00 353 87 2665951)
E-mail: suckvalleywalk@hotmail.com      Web: www.suckvalleywaywalk.ie

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Athlone shopping centre

  • made very welcome and enjoyed our stay. Food in restaurant very good and plenty of it. Despite the hotel being very busy during holiday season and a wedding on Friday evening the room was very quiet and plenty of space to enjoy our food in the restaurant.

    michael, salisbury

  • Lovely hotel - staff excellent. We really enjoyed our stay, thank you.

    Philippa , Dublin

  • Excellent Hotel. Food in Bar lovely and Service brilliant. Friendly staff looked after alll our family needs.

    Brian, Navan