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Lough Owel Lodge

Mullingar, Westmeath, N91 N92K


4km from Mullingar


Meet your host…

Martin & Aideen Ginnell

The Ginnell family have lived at lough Owel lodge for over 80 years. Martin & Aideen now run an organic farm on the shore of Lake Owel 4kms from Mullingar. Come and enjoy Irish hospitality. Want to walk the ground of your ancestors, we can start you on the road with our local knowledge of the area and who to talk to. This would be a great place as a base to visit sites such as Newgrange (Bru na Boinne) and the Hill of Tara as they are only about 1 hour away. Galway is a 1 1/2 hour away.

Culleenmore
Mullingar
N91 N92K

A 4-star country home in a serene lakeside setting, Lough Owel Lodge offers a warm Irish welcome to all its guests. An organic farm as well as a bed and breakfast, guests can indulge in delicious breakfasts of farm produce and get out and about with the animals on site. Only 4km from the market town of Mullingar, guests can explore the Georgian estate of Belvedere House and Gardens, as well as the array of renowned pubs and restaurants nearby. Guests can also revel in idyllic walks and superb angling and sailing on the house’s tranquil lake shores.

Farmstay Experience

Lough Owel Lodge in Westmeath is a working farm where guests can enjoy walking through the fields to the lake mingling with the cows and calves on the way.  Guests might be lucky enough to be at the farm to see the new born lambs in the spring and all guests are very welcome to interact with the two resident donkeys Sonny and Cher who are always on the lookout for something nice to eat!  If during the guest visit there is a farmyard activity with the animals they are welcome to look on.

How to get here

From Mullingar town centre: Follow the signs for the N4 heading towards Sligo. .Go under a curved bridge soon the  lake comes into view on the left-hand side. Take the  exit. signposted  on the left signposted Culleenmore road no L1773. This brings you up a small road for 1km where you arrive at Lough Owel Lodge. The entrance is on the right  with two white walls sign at gate and a signpost on the left.

 

From Dublin: Take the N4 heading west towards Sligo, pass the three exits for Mullingar.Continue on under a curved bridge soon the lake comes into view on your left-hand side.Take the exit  on the left signposted Culleenmore  road no L1773..This brings you on a small road. Continue for 1km approx our enterance is on the right (two White walls) and a signpost is on the left .

Sat Nav: Lat (53.559103) - Long (-7.357038)

  • Ancestry
  • Eco Friendly
  • Farmstays
  • Walkers

Facilities

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

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Overall Score

9.8/10
Superb

 

Bill and Margie Klaehn

21 Jul 2019 
Review Score: 10/10

WOW...WOW...WOW absolutely love this B&B!!! Aideen was such a lovely host...making you feel very comfortable. She had a couple of recommendations for supper. We went to JP restaurant which was our favorite supper in Ireland. We absolutely loved our room with the canopy bed and the softest most comfortable bed ever!! Felt like staying in a Castle room!! The room was so spacious!! The breakfast was wonderful with many selections to choose from. Thanks, Aideen for such a wonderful nights stay!!! HIGHLY recommend this B&B!!!

Angelo

10 Jul 2019 
Review Score: 7/10

Our stay was nice. The bed was comfortable. Hosts were friendly. The town was close by where we had dinner and went to a bar to hear live Irish music.

Kristen Nugent

17 Jun 2019 
Review Score: 10/10

My husband and I had a wonderful visit to this B&B. The tea in the sun room looking out over the grounds and to the lake was breathtaking. The hosts were very pleasant and even shared some of their personal books about castles built in the area as we were researching our family history. This was actually our favorite part of Ireland. The countryside is beautiful here. My husband and I even got to meet the hosts' daughter who took wonderful care of us during breakfast. We very much enjoyed our conversation with her! Thank you for a wonderful visit!

M. L.

26 May 2019 
Review Score: 10/10

Spectacular B&B. Aideen was welcoming, plus she cooked and presented a fabulous breakfast! The space was very clean and tidy and the farm provided a lovely setting to unwind. I loved my peaceful stay and only wish I could have stayed longer!

Host's Reply:
Delighted that you enjoyed your stay with us and that you had a chance to relax and unwind. it is lovely to hear that you enjoyed our breakfast. Maybe we will see you in Lough Owel lodge again. All the best Aideen

Becky Stofer

24 May 2019 
Review Score: 10/10

Aideen and Martin were wonderful hosts. The grounds of their home were beautiful and we enjoyed a cup of tea while sitting outside watching the animals. Our room was absolutely beautiful with a canopy bed! We loved our time staying in their lovely home.

Host's Reply:
good morning, Thank you for a lovely review. I hope you will come and stay again sometime. kind regards Aideen

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