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Ireland's Hidden Heartlands

Immerse yourself in the green natural beauty of Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands, where activity and relaxation are based around the central heartlands of Ireland. Encompassing Leitrim, Roscommon and Longford as well as parts of Clare, Westmeath, Cavan, North Tipperary, Galway and Offaly, the Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands’ lifestyle can be discovered across a latticework of land and water trails with the iconic River Shannon at the heart of it all.

Enjoy leisurely boat trips, exhilarating water sports or even try your hand at some angling. Those who prefer dry land can explore the network of numerous walks, cycle trails and pony trekking pathways that allow you to take in breath-taking views at your own pace.

Discover the magic of Ireland's Hidden Heartlands

Uncover its Treasures

Located close to Shannon Airport, Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands is ready to be explored from the moment you arrive. Enjoy welcoming hospitality in bustling waterside towns such as Carrick on Shannon and Athlone or the quaint relaxed pace of picturesque rural villages. 

Athlone town part of Ireland's Hidden Heartlands

The Beara Breifne Way

The Beara Breifne Way is Ireland’s longest inland walking and cycling trail, following the route taken by Gaelic armies in the 17th century. Begin your journey along the coast of the Beara Peninsula, travel across six mountain ranges, meander along the banks of the River Shannon and through the lake regions of Roscommon and Leitrim.  Those enjoying the Beara Breifne Way can collect the stamps along their journey to fill their Way’s ‘passport’ as a lasting memento of this unique and exhilarating experience.

Beara Breifne Way walking and cycling trail

B&Bs in Ireland's Hidden Heartlands

From heritage and history to outdoors adventure, there really is something for everyone in Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands.  No matter which path you choose to follow you are sure to leave feeling intrigued, inspired, relaxed and re-energised. Bed and Breakfast accommodation makes the perfect base for uncovering the magic of Ireland's Hidden Heartlands.

Ireland's Hidden Heartlands B&Bs

Posted: 02 Mar 2021 by Claire Regan | with 0 comments

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