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We have 10 hotels in County Longford.

Viewmount House        
Dublin Road

Adjacent to a golf course, Viewmount House is a great choice for a stay in Longford. Free perks include full breakfast, WiFi, and self parking. There's also a garden, and rooms at this upscale bed & breakfast offer LCD TVs and premium bedding.
Longford Arms Hotel Star Rating 3        
Main Street

This traditional, countryside hotel is 11.3 km from Ardagh Heritage Village. The classic rooms, accessible by stairs only, feature free WiFi, TVs, tea and coffeemaking facilities and en suite bathrooms.
Glebe House Guesthouse        
School Lane, Rathowen

Glebe House Guesthouse is located in Edgeworthstown and features free Wi-Fi. The various facilities this peaceful bed & breakfast offers include luggage storage, a safe and a terrace.There are a range of amenities on offer to guests of Glebe House Guesthouse, such as a designated smoking area and a library.
The Life Belt Bar Hotel Lanesborough Star Rating 1        
Ballyleague Lanesborough Roscommon County

LocationThis beautiful hotel is situated in the centre of Ballyleague village adjacent to Lanesborough town and midway between the towns of Longford and Roscommon.RoomsThis elegant property features 6 rooms that are cosy and comfortable. Each room is designed with perfection and is equipped with all the basic facilities for a pleasurable stay.
Richmond Inn Clondra Star Rating 1        
Clondra Longford County

LocationThe Richmond Inn guesthouse overlooks Richmond harbor in the picturesque village of Clondra and is in proximity to the Longford town.RoomsAmple in space yet cosy in ambience, each of the hotel's 8 well appointed rooms are thoughtfully designed to provide the ultimate comfort and modern day convenience.RestaurantGuests can relish some of the finest cuisines served at the on-site restaurant and then set out to visit the nearby locations.
Feerick's Hotel Rathowen Star Rating 1        
Rathowen Westmeath County

LocationConveniently situated at a distance of 10 kilometres south of Edgesworthstown, this superb property is located in the centre of Rathowen which is midway between Longford and Mullingar. The property is also in proximity to some of the attractions that the Westmeath County has to offer.RoomsThe hotel's 13 accommodation units fulfil all your travel needs.
The Greville Arms        

The Greville Arms offers a comfortable setting while in Edgeworthstown.There are 6 cosy rooms at the hotel, each offering all the necessities to ensure a comfortable stay.Those travelling by car can visit Cavan and Longford, both within a 30-minute drive of the hotel.
Inny River Lodge        
Ballycorkey, Ballynacarrigy, Mullingar, Co. Westmeath

Inny River Lodge offers a rural setting next to the Inny River and surrounded by unspoilt countryside. This bed and breakfast offers rooms looking onto the on site dairy farm and the surrounding countryside. Inny River Lodge offers traditional design and bright attractive rooms with free WiFi and an en suite bathroom.
Gleesons Holiday Apartment        
Waters Edge Lanesborough

Gleesons Holiday Apartment offers a comfortable setting when in Lanesborough.The hotel has cosy rooms, equipped to fit the requirements of any guest.Those with a car can visit Roscommon and Longford, both within a 30-minute drive of the hotel.
Juliet's B&B and Restaurant        
Main Street, Ballyleague

Juliet's B&B and Restaurant offers a comfortable setting when in Lanesborough.The hotel provides cosy rooms, furnished to accommodate the needs of any guest.Those with a car can visit Roscommon and Longford, both within a 30-minute drive of the hotel.
More on County Longford.

Bounded by historic cairn Hill on the right and left of this hill the country slopes down to a fertile level plain, beautifully wooded, through whch the Camlin flows to the Shannon. In a north eastern direction the rising country about Granard looms up in a succession of hazy hillocks, with bright green pastures and dark green plantations. Looking to the east is the view of Ardagh's woody heights, beyond which lies a lovely stretch of fertile country.

Home of the Longford Slashers, the nickname given to this county's premier Hurling and Football team, Longford boasts a long shoreline with the river Shannon's largest Lake, Lough Ree, attracting thousands of visitors annually for fishing and especially for cruising on the Shannon.