Local Attractions and Activities
Sli Eala (swan way in Irish) links the historic lakeside village of Dromineer to the picturesque bridge and weir at Ballyartella. Set in the heart of Tipperary lakeside, the route passes through an area of natural beauty with history and legend at every turn. The walk for part of its length follows the meandering Nenagh River. This river is home to many stately mute swans, which give the walk its name.
Lough Derg Drive
Ballycommon is on the Lough Derg Drive. When you drive on the Lough Derg Route, you will pass some scenic spots, the lakeside villages of Dromineer, Garrykenedy, Ballina/Killaloe, Mountshannon, Portumna, and Terryglass and back to Ballycommon. One of the most pleasurable areas to visit in the Shannon Region is Lough Derg.
This is one of Ireland's largest lakes, (32,000 acres) and is aptly named 'Ireland's Pleasure Lake'.
The local town of Nenagh
has many notable buildings, Nenagh Castle ,Town Hall, Courthouse, Governors House,
Nenagh and District Heritage Centre, Saint Marys Roman Catholic Church and Church
of Ireland both noted for their stained glass windows from the fanous Harry Clarke
are easy accessible and within half to one hours drive from us.
book: Telephone us at (+353)+(0) 67 32531.
|Maryville Bed and Breakfast Accommodation | Ballycommon near Dromineer Nenagh Co Tipperary|