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Self Catering Holiday Homes in Castlerea County Roscommon

Castlerea is a charming town located in County Roscommon, Ireland. Known for its rich history and scenic beauty, it offers visitors a glimpse into Ireland’s past. The town is home to the impressive Castlerea Castle, a historic landmark that dates back to the 13th century. With its picturesque landscapes and friendly community, Castlerea is a delightful destination for both locals and tourists alike. 

 In addition to its historical sites, Castlerea and its surrounding area offer a range of activities for visitors to enjoy. Nature enthusiasts can explore the nearby Lough Key Forest Park, which boasts stunning walking trails, a treetop canopy walk, and a picturesque lake perfect for boating and fishing. Golf enthusiasts can tee off at Castlerea Golf Club, a scenic 9-hole course that challenges players of all skill levels. For those interested in Irish heritage, a visit to the Irish Famine Museum is a must, where you can learn about the impact of the Great Famine on the local community. Finally, you can soak up the local atmosphere by enjoying traditional Irish music and entertainment in the pubs and restaurants scattered throughout the town. 

Within a 50-kilometer radius of Castlerea, there are several noteworthy attractions and destinations to explore. Here are a few recommendations:<  

Boyle Abbey: Located approximately 30 kilometers from Castlerea, Boyle Abbey is a well-preserved Cistercian monastery dating back to the 12th century. Its impressive architecture and serene surroundings make it a fascinating historical site to visit.  

Strokestown Park and Famine Museum: Situated about 25 kilometers away, Strokestown Park is a magnificent Georgian estate that offers visitors a glimpse into Ireland’s past. Explore the grand house and gardens, and learn about the Irish Famine at the adjacent museum. 

Lough Key Forest Park: Just over 35 kilometers from Castlerea, Lough Key Forest Park is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. With its beautiful woodlands, lakeside trails, and adventure activities like ziplining and tree canopy walks, it provides a perfect day out in nature. 

Roscommon Castle: Roughly 20 kilometers from Castlerea, Roscommon Castle is a medieval fortress that overlooks the town of Roscommon. Explore the ruins, climb to the top of the tower for panoramic views, and immerse yourself in the history of the area.  

Rathcroghan Visitor Centre: Situated around 40 kilometers away, the Rathcroghan Visitor Centre offers a fascinating insight into Ireland’s ancient past. Discover the rich archaeological heritage of the region, including the mythical landscape of Rathcroghan, associated with ancient kings and warriors. 

 Castlerea is the ultimate holiday base for an exhilarating self-catering getaway with your friends or family, offering a treasure trove of historic sites, breathtaking nature, and thrilling activities that will leave you with unforgettable memories. 

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