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PlymouthPete19
PlymouthPete19
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4.0 of 5 bubblesReviewed on 2 Mar 2022
Good hotel for a stop-over
"The room was nice and clean with a good quality bed."
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#18 Best Value of 43 places to stay in Athlone

Athlone Hotels Information

Hotels in Athlone

43

Hotels Prices From

€79

Hotels Reviews

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Travel high season

Mar - May

Travel low season

Sep - Nov

High season avg price

€162

Low season avg price

€151
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Price trends, weather and things to do can help you make a decision.
Season
Avg. price/night
Avg. temperature
Avg. precipitation
Dec - Feb
Avg. price/night
€179
€88€295
Avg. temperature
5ºC
COLDEST
-3ºC24ºC
Avg. precipitation
144mm
WETTEST
72 mm157 mm
Mar - May
Avg. price/night
€183
HIGHEST
€88€295
Avg. temperature
9ºC
-3ºC24ºC
Avg. precipitation
92mm
DRIEST
72 mm157 mm
Jun - Aug
Avg. price/night
€173
€88€295
Avg. temperature
15ºC
WARMEST
-3ºC24ºC
Avg. precipitation
114mm
72 mm157 mm
Sep - Nov
Avg. price/night
€172
LOWEST
€88€295
Avg. temperature
10ºC
-3ºC24ºC
Avg. precipitation
125mm
72 mm157 mm
Price trend information excludes taxes and fees and is based on base rates for a nightly stay for 2 adults found in the last 7 days on our site and averaged for commonly viewed hotels in Athlone. Select dates and complete search for nightly totals inclusive of taxes and fees.

Hotels near the sights

  • Derryglad Folk & Heritage Museum
    Open May-Oct incl : No trip to the midlands is complete without a visit to the Derryglad Folk & Heritage Museum, which is hidden in South Roscommon in a land of lakes and rivers. The collection deals with Farm & Folk life in Ireland from the 18th century to the recent past. The museum is privately owned and run by the Finneran Family and houses a unique 25 year collection of over ,7500 items includes horse-drawn machinery restored to the original working order, tradesmans tools and buttermaking equipment, laundry memorabilia, old and rare washing machines, 1930’s old-style thatched bar & grocery, old-style sheep shears, radios, gramophones , shop dockets and bill-heads, sports display McCormacks photography room where the contents include dark rooms finishing r D & P line, B & W colour processors. as well as much, much more. its an ideal destina­tion for school tours, ICA Guilds, Ladies Clubs, Farming Groups, Vintage Clubs, Historical So­cieties, families,
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  • Athlone Castle Visitor Centre
    Athlone Castle Visitor Centre is situated in the heart of the Midlands, on the west bank of the river Shannon adjacent to St Peter and Pauls Church and the Luan Gallery. It was reopened in November 2012 following extensive renovations. The 13th century Norman castle now boasts 8 new exhibition spaces that tell the story of the castle, Athlone town, its people and the surrounding area. The spaces have been designed to be very interactive visitor's are encouraged to get hands on and engage with the rooms as they move through them. First built in the 12th century as a timber fort, Athlone Castle evolved into a bold, defensive building. Its most significant architectural features, such as the keep, have now been harnessed to act as a dramatic backdrop to its diverse and fascinating story. The newly designed exhibition spaces pursue both a chronological and thematic sequence combining hands-on and fun experiences such as games and dress-up activities. Learn about the rich history of Athlone from pre-historic settlement right through to the modern town. Athlone was the setting for many battles down through the centuries. The most famous is the siege of Athlone in 1690 and 1691. The story of the siege and the fighting that was ongoing is brought to life at Athlone Castle through illustrations by renowned illustrator Victor Ambrus. During a spectacular 360 degree audio visual presentation, a re-enactment of the siege of Athlone is experienced. Bold sculptural forms help to convey human figures and historical milestones. 3D maps, audio-visual installations and original artifacts combine to bring the stories and characters of Athlone to life. The newest addition to the visitor centre is the display dedicated to the memory of Athlone's famous son, John Count McCormack. Here the world-renowned tenor is honored with artefacts from both his social life and musical career. At Athlone Castle you can sit down and enjoy some refreshments in the cafe area located in the reception. There is seating for 16 with extra seating outside. Visitors can also avail of audio-guides in English, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese and Chinese. The Failte Ireland tourist office is also located in the castle courtyard. Take the opportunity to visit our sister property Luan Gallery, located just across the road. It is a modern art gallery that showcases local and national artists in a modern impressive gallery overlooking the river Shannon. Athlone hosts a number of fairs and festivals throughout the year that offer fun-filled activities for all. If you are looking for somewhere central to travel with a lot to offer, from museums and galleries to shopping, then come to Athlone, the heart of the Midlands. This renovated tourist attraction is the perfect stop off point in the heart of the Lakeland's Region of Ireland enroute to the beautiful Wild Atlantic Way and along the exciting and culturally interesting route of Ireland's Ancient East. Athlone Castle Visitor Centre is waiting for you to explore, engage and enjoy!
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  • Glendeer Pet Farm
    Animal interaction at it's best. See all the funny antics of our friendly animals, you will get to feed, pet and even hold some of them. Over 50 species of animals to see, an 1850s cottage, a nature walk and fairy trail, a large outdoor and indoor play area and a soft play toddler area, so there is something for eeryone. Lots to do throughout the year: Summer season runs from March to Sept (please check our website for exact dates), Easter Egg Hunts Easter Sat, Sun and Mon at 3pm, Halloween Spooktastic Event during the mid term break, and foe the month of December the farm is transfered into Ireland's Lapland.
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  • Baysports
    Baysports is home to the largest floating water park in Ireland and one of the largest floating waterslides in the world. Kayaking, sailing rentals or just a picnic by the majestic shores of Lough Ree
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  • Fernhill Garden Centre
    Fernhill Garden Centre is a family run business ready to offer you excellent customer service, expert advice and everything you need to know to create a beautiful garden. Along with all your garden essentials, Fernhill stock a range of pots, homeware, giftware, mature trees, BBQs and garden furniture. Savoury Fare is the on-site restaurant offering fresh meals, sandwiches, baked goods and coffees.
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  • Sean's Bar
    Situated in the Heart of Ireland halfway between Dublin and Galway, Sean's Bar plays host to visitors from all around the world. Whether absorbing the history, listening to music, visiting with friends and family or simply enjoying the perfect pint, the appeal is equally strong for everyone. Listed in both "25 of the Most Incredible Bars in the World" and "50 Bars to Blow Your Mind" by Lonely Planet, a visit to Sean's is a must! find out more about why Sean's Bar is not only the oldest, but one of the best-loved pubs in world.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Athlone hotels

Sheraton Athlone Hotel, The Prince of Wales Hotel, and Shamrock Lodge Hotel are some of the most popular hotels for travellers looking to stay near Athlone Castle Visitor Centre. See the full list: Hotels near Athlone Castle Visitor Centre.

Popular hotels close to Baysports include Sheraton Athlone Hotel, Hodson Bay Hotel, and Wineport Lodge. See the full list: Hotels near Baysports.

Popular hotels close to Dublin Airport include Carlton Hotel Dublin Airport, Radisson Blu Hotel, Dublin Airport, and Maldron Hotel Dublin Airport. See the full list: Hotels near Dublin Airport.

A few of the most popular hotels near Derryglad Folk & Heritage Museum are Sheraton Athlone Hotel, Hodson Bay Hotel, and Wineport Lodge. See the full list: Hotels near Derryglad Folk & Heritage Museum.

Sheraton Athlone Hotel, Hodson Bay Hotel, and Wineport Lodge have a spa and received excellent reviews from travellers in Athlone. See the full list: Spa Hotels in Athlone.

Sheraton Athlone Hotel, Hodson Bay Hotel, and Athlone Springs Hotel all received great reviews from families travelling in Athlone. See the full list: Family Hotels Athlone.

Sheraton Athlone Hotel, Hodson Bay Hotel, and Wineport Lodge received great reviews from travellers looking for a romantic hotel in Athlone. See the full list: Romantic Hotels Athlone.

Some of the most popular hotels with a pool in Athlone include Sheraton Athlone Hotel, Hodson Bay Hotel, and Athlone Springs Hotel. See the full list: Hotels with a Pool in Athlone.