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Tullamore, Offaly

4km from Tullamore

Meet your host…

Mrs Anne O'Brien

Relax in the beautiful natural surroundings of Gormagh B&B. A Green Certified home set in a natively planted gardens: Anne has been welcoming guests for almost twenty years. A choice of breakfast using local organic produce and an extensive library of books on Ireland and the locality awaits in the guest living room. A little knowledge goes a long way and Anne will only too happy to help with any queries.


An attractive home in a secluded rural setting, Gormagh bed and breakfast offers a warm County Offaly welcome. Just a five-minute drive from the vibrant town of Tullamore, visitors can indulge in exceptional restaurants, cafes and pubs, as well as excellent golf and fishing amenities. Explore the beautiful Lough Boora Parklands, Srah Castle, Clara Bog, Charleville Castle, and sample the whiskey at the Tullamore Dew Heritage Centre, all within reach of the house. Host Anne O’Brien looks forward to welcoming guests.

How to get here

From Kilbeggan/Dublin: Take the M6. Exit M6 for Tullamore, signposted N52, travel N52 for 6km. Turn left into L2003, signposted Ballymona.

From Tullamore town: 4km north on N52 after crossing Silver River bridge, take the first turn at the lane into L2003, signposted Ballymona.

Sat Nav: Lat (53.306410) - Long (-7.493244)


  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Cycling
  • Fishing within 5kms
  • Golfing within 5kms
  • Hair Dryer
  • Horse Riding
  • Internet Access
  • Ironing
  • No Smoking House
  • Private Car Park
  • Walking
  • Wi-Fi

Customer Reviews


Marcella and Tom O'Connor

26 Jul 2015 

We had wonderful time and ended staying an extra night. Anne O'Brien is a great host. Breakfast was perfect. Her home-made Guinness Irish soda bread is delicious. The room was comfortable and clean. The wandering hedgehog was the perfect touch.

Bev Kreps

20 Jul 2015 

We had a wonderful stay with Annie O'Brien. She was most welcoming, as were all the hosts.Her home was clean, comfy and filled with interesting collections and books. The garden was blooming and her donkey, Lilly, was happy to have her noise rubbed. The town of Tullamore had plenty to see.Thanks, Annie, for your suggestions and for a delicious breakfast.

Gene and Lois

01 Jun 2015 

This was our last B&B visit on our week's visit to Ireland and it was perfect. We adored Anne and her friendly hospitality. She was very accommodating and pleasant in every way. We would definitely recommend her B&B to others!

Chris and Lisa

31 May 2015 

We absolutely loved our stay, lovely place in a great setting that was not to far from the town. Anne was a brilliant host and looked after us very well. Breakfast was great you certainly wouldn't go hungry! Would return in the future for definate and would highly recommend!

Alan and Kathleen Nucci

18 May 2015 

After a long overnight flight from the U.S., we arrived a little early. Anne welcomed us in as she finished making up our room and offered us a comfortable seat in her sitting room and beverages. The room was neat and clean and Anne was a knowledgeable, hospitable hostess. Breakfast was excellent and we were on our way after getting directions from Anne to go into Tullamore to research some family history. When we return, we will be back to the Gormagh B&B and stay a little longer.


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