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Athlone Town Centre Shopping Centre
Walk from Sheraton Athlone hotel into the Midlands Largest Shopping Centre - Athlone Towncentre boasting over 60 retail brands under one roof including M&S, Zara, H&M and Next. Enjoy exclusive shopping discounts only available to guests of Sheraton Athlone Hotel.

Sirana Spa

Cocooned deep within Sheraton Athlone Hotel, Sirana is inspired by the sand, heat and colours of the Sahara desert. Sirana features unique signature spa treatments coupled with the most popular Elemis spa treatments. Indulge yourself with a treatment in one of our seven contemporary treatment suites, relax in our rustic tepidarium and finally unwind completely in our tranquil relaxation suite. Sheraton Athlone Hotel, a unique Spa Hotel in Ireland.

Icon Stokestown Stokestown House
Strokestown Park is a unique visitor attraction in Strokestown. Co Roscommon in The West of Ireland comprising of Strokestown Park House, a Georgian Palladian mansion preserved with its original furnishings and fabrics, which can be seen daily by guided tour. Strokestown Park is a must see attraction, whether for individuals, families, educational groups or coach tours. A tour of The House gives an intimate insight into life in The Big House, upstairs and downstairs.
Icon Mines Arigna mines
Arigna Mining Experience center was developed to preserve the energy heritage of the Arigna Valley and to ensure that Arigna maintains its link with Energy themes: Past, Present & Future. This Energy Centre provides visitors with a unique insight into what coal mining life was like in the Arigna Valley, since its beginning in the 1700's until closure in 1990.
Icon Killbeggan Kilbegan Distilery
Locke's Distillery in Kilbeggan is believed to be the oldest licensed pot still distillery in the world! Visitors can see and smell the whiskey being distilled in the copper pot still, just like it was in the old days – a real treat for the senses! Experienced guides tell the story of how whiskey was produced in Kilbeggan and the restored buildings and machinery bring this story to life. Visitors are treated to a complimentary sample of Kilbeggan Irish Whiskey at the end of their tour.
Icon Derryglad Derryglad folk museum
No trip to the midlands is complete without a visit to the Derryglad Folk Museum, which is hidden in South Roscommon. This heartland of Ireland is a land of lakes and rivers and of unspoiled and unexplored countryside. The collection deals with Farm & Folk life in Ireland from the 18th century to the recent past.
Icon Luainn Luan Gallery
Luan Gallery is a purpose built modern facility incorporating the sympathetically restored Fr Mathew Hall. The new site juxtaposes the late 19th century build with a modern glass section extending over a boardwalk area. Luan Gallery aims to champion innovative, challenging and engaging arts practice. The space is dedicated to progressing, strengthening and inspiring audiences’ engagement, perception and appreciation of traditional and modern approaches to the arts.
Icon Belvedere Belvedere House
A fascinating Georgian estate open year round with a varied calendar of events including Narnia at Christmas and family events at Easter and Halloween. Belvedere House is a fully restored Georgian Villa situated in 160 acres of lakeside parkland, punctuated by numerous follies including the famous Jealous Wall.
Ballinahown Craft Village
Ballinahown is an award-winning village located on the Offaly and Westmeath border. A journey to this picturesque village will take you into the depth's of Irish history and heart of the Irish creative soul, where the old world charm marries the cutting edge modern design to give you a village like no other. Ballinahown is the perfect place to introduce you to the secret gems of Irish craft and design. Prepare for a visual feast as artists, craftsmen, sculptors and many other creatives exhibit their works in 'core crafted design' and 'Celtic roots studio'. Unwind and relax in the new craft cafe, serving locally baked produce and artisan foods.

Athlone Castle
Athlone Castle re-opened its doors to the public in 2012 following a multi-million euro renovation to transform the castle into a state-of-the-art, multi-sensory visitor experience.
This Norman Castle dating from the 13th century, dominates the town, and was central to the siege of Athlone in 1691.
The eight newly designed exhibition spaces pursue both a chronological and thematic sequence combining hands-on and fun experiences that will appeal to both children and adults.

Gleeson Street, Co Westmeath, Athlone, Ireland