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Mullingar historically was an important resting point for tourists and traders and today it carries on the tradition.

The Stables Irishtown House is a luxury two bedroom stable conversion located in an idyllic setting on the outskirts of Mullingar.

The town of Mullingar is an important market town at the heart of Ireland’s Ancient East. It hosts significant industry and is a major driver of development in technology.
Mullingar is famous for many very talented musicians, artists, writers and actors.
A town with deep sporting traditions, something for everyone, from equestrian to greyhounds, cycle ways to waterways, golf, tennis, soccer, rugby, athletics Gaa and fishing to name a few .

Mullingar has many of Ireland’s famous attractions within easy distance for enjoyable day outings
New Grange, Clonmacnoise, Kilbeggan Distillery, Lough Key Forest Park, Dublin city, Centre Parcs

Eating out in Mullingar you are spoilt for choice with every taste catered for, traditional pub grub to contemporary dining.

Oscars Restaurant, beautiful personalised contemporary dining experience

mullingar.ie is a very useful website to keep updated with events locally

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Eating out

Eating out in Mullingar you are spoilt for choice with every taste catered for, traditional pub grub to contemporary dining.

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Old Rail Trail Greenway

Cycle Way and Walk Way of Old Rail Trail Greenway from Mullingar to Athlone Purpose built off road shared pedestrian and cycle way trail, along disused railway track 40 km long with several access points

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Equestrian Centre – horse riding

Fagan's family run Equestrian Centre offering top class facilities in their riding school and the hosting of shows and events.

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Lough Owel Pitch & Putt

Founded in 1995 the club lies on the shores of Lough Owel. The design provides an exciting challenge for both the casual and accomplished player, and for the whole family. Contact 0449343377

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Royal Canal Greenway

Cycle Way and Walk Way of 145 km trail along the banks of the Royal Canal from Dublin to The River Shannon with numerous access points and refreshment stops along the way.

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Belvedere House & Gardens

Lough Ennell’s lakeside Estate with its fully restored Georgian Villa offering stunning views, a Victorian walled garden with woodland and lakeshore walks.

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