The "Fish Hook"
Bed & Breakfast in Ireland
All the guest rooms are in the original part of the house, where every modern convenience has
seamlessly been integrated to preserve the charm of the old cottage.
Spacious double bedrooms en-suite with vaulted ceilings and
delightful views of the Devil's Glen valley and the garden.
The accommodation includes a private conservatory ideal for conversation, morning tea, or a quiet read.
Guests also have use of a cosy lounge with a huge open fireplace and TV.
There are three excellent equestrian centres within easy reach (10 minutes) of Fish
Hook and many more if you are willing to travel a little further. There is a choice of
trekking through the mountain foothills and open farmland or tuition in dressage, jumping and
Your hosts are horse riding enthusiasts who keep horses at the Lodge and can give you
guidance on the best choices for you.
With your 24 Hour valid tickets and 25 stops at local top visitor attractions there is no
better way to see Ireland’s landscape. This fun and friendly 90
minute tour is complete with live commentary by local guides and tours depart every 10 to 15
minutes throughout the day.
Stops along the tour route include all most visited attractions and discounts off
admission are available with your tour ticket.
The Fish Hook B&B in Longford
Fish Hook the perfect spot to indulge your passion for outdoor activities such as golf, fishing,
walking, bird watching, cycling and so much more. The local landscape has inspired
painters, poets and nature lovers for centuries. Come and experience the local culture,
seek out performances, pubs and restaurants, or simply enjoy the peace and quiet of
the countryside. For the gardening or heritage enthusiast, there are many garden
exhibitions and historical attractions to explore.
If you would like an energy boost, our wellness packages include: yoga, forest walks,
delicious organic meals in this "wonderful relaxing retreat in the countryside with
Cheeky Cat is one of the oldest pubs in Ireland. Renowned for being the loudest in the
country, we are nestled in the peaceful township of Barry and surrounded by the beautiful
scenery and serenity of the Woodlawn hills 25-35 minutes from Longford.
Official signage is always bilingual, with the Irish version in italics over the English one. The only exception to this rule is in Gealtacht,
or Irish speaking, areas in the North, where signs are in Irish only.
Drawing on the tradition of the desert and upon his own experience, St. Benedict fashioned a monk´s way of life.
Many Irish and English catholics joined this community before they left for France in 1817.