£25 - £40 per night
Sleeps Up To 14
Fallon's Bed and Breakfast Grading : 5
Children Allowed : welcome
Pets Allowed : enquire
Smoking Policy : NOT permitted inside residence
Alcohol License : sorry, no sales
Parking Available : present
Wheelchair Access : present
|Fallon's Bed and Breakfast Castlerea - Welcome to Fallon's Bed & Breakfast
If you are looking for somewhere relaxing and peaceful, away from the hustle and bustle, yet within easy access of great tourist attractions, historical sites, fishing, golf, hiking, Fallon's Bed and Breakfast accommodation is just the place for a restful stay.
You are assured of a warm and hearty Irish welcome at Fallon's B&B. A dormer-style, family-run bed and breakfast, we are situated on the outskirts of Castlerea town, in a quiet unspoilt area, nestled in mature gardens and peaceful surroundings. Our home is bright, spacious and welcoming, and tastefully decorated throughout. Ample carparking is available on the grounds.
Our large bedrooms, all on ground floor level, have en suites, some with appealing garden views.
Relax in our visitor's lounge. Enjoy free wifi access in all rooms. Savor a wholesome breakfast, including some of our organic produce, served in our spacious sun room.
Our rooms are bright, spacious and comfortable, with wooden floors and central heating throughout. Each room has its own fashionably tiled en-suite with shower. Our B&B consists of family, twin, double and single rooms all of which are very large and we can comfortable sleep up to 15 people at a time. All rooms are on ground floor level, with a large ramped area leading to our main reception hall, ideal for wheelchair users or those experiencing mobility difficulties.
TVs, radio and hairdryer are in all rooms as standard with iron and ironing board available on request. Whether you arrive late at night or early in the morning enjoy tea or coffee making facilities in your room and light snacks supplied. If you want to check your emails or do some business on line we offer free Wi-Fi in all rooms. Enjoy a quiet evening relaxing in our visitor lounge with multichannel large screen T.V.
Breakfast is served from 7am – 10am in our sun room. Our full Irish breakfast has received numerous compliments and recommendations from our guests calling it “a wonderful breakfast & great start to the day”.
After breakfast why not sit and relax or take a walk through the gardens, you may not see the “forty shades of green” but you will experience the sights and sounds of the beautiful Irish countryside.
Whatever you require, from a good night’s sleep to a morning lie in, or an afternoon nap, due to the peaceful surroundings of Fallon’s B&B you are assured of a restful break.
Castlerea is home to Clonalis house, ancestral home of the O'Connor Dons, direct descendants of the last High Kings of Ireland who were also the traditional kings of Connacht. It is a significant repository of heritage and history and a certainly a must visit. It is situated a few minutes drive from the B&B.
Enjoy a stroll in Castlerea's pretty and scenic park, The Demesne, located in the town centre. Other amenities in the town include a nine hole golf course and an outdoor swimming pool (open to the public during June – August). Why not enjoy a pint and some history, in Hell's Kitchen Bar, home to The Castlerea Railway Museum which has the largest private collection of Rail Memorabilia in Ireland.
We are situated on the outskirts of Castlerea town on the Dublin to Westport rd (N60). Centrally located between Athlone, Sligo, Galway and Castlebar and only a 30 minute drive from Knock Shrine & Ireland West International Airport.
Castlerea - is a thriving market town beautifully situated in wooded country on the banks of the Suck it was the birthplace of the last High King of Ireland, Felim O'Conor, in the 12th century, and of Ireland's first president, Douglas Hyde (1860-1949). Oscar Wilde's father, Sir William Wilde (1815-76) was also born here. The town is located in the West of Co. Roscommon and is approximately 30km from both Roscommon Town and Boyle. The town is situated at the junction of the N60 National Secondary Route and R361 Regional Road. It is also served by the Dublin-West railway line.
Local Activities, areas of interest
Angling, Coarse fishing: Loughs Errit and Glinn, and River Suck. Game Fishing: Loughs Errit, Glinn and O'Flynn, and River Suck
There is a nine hole golf course in Castlerea and the following clubs are also quite close by:
•Roscommon Golf Club
•Glasson Golf & Country Club
•Ballyhaunis Golf Club
Hell Kitchen Railway Museum
Hell's Kitchen contains a Railway Museum, probably the most unusual museum building in Ireland. Sean Browne’s railway museum includes a 1955 No. A55 diesel locomotive. It is open 7 days a week and is a treasure trove for railway enthusiasts. On display are bells, lamps, shunting poles, signal equipment etc. Hell's Kitchen is most famous for being the location of the infamous Sean Doherty interview on "Nighthawks" in 1992. The late Senator's interview led to the resignation of then Taoiseach, Charles J. Haughey surrounding phone tapping allegations.
Is the ancestral home of the Clan O'Conor: the last High Kings of Ireland. The dynasty gave eleven high kings to Ireland and twenty four kings to Connacht. The family traces back to Feredach the Just in 75 A.D. and is Europe's oldest recorded family.
One of Ireland's - and Europe's - most important archaeological sites. This traditional coronation and burial place of the Kings of Ireland and Connaught covers several square miles and includes some 53 ancient sites, among them ring-barrows and ring-forts. Some of them are prehistoric and some of early historic dates. They are all pagan locations that were abandoned with the arrival of Christianity.
Also known as the Cave of the Cat; off Elphin-Castlerea road. Cave with ogham stones used for lintels. Said to be entrance to the cave of Cruachú, the otherworld of Irish myth.
Suck Valley Way
The River Suck links a 60 mile stretch of countryside in West Roscommon and East Galway known as The Suck River Valley. Walkers can enjoy this unspoiled countryside by walking The Suck Valley Way.
The 100km Walk Way is unusual among Irish Waymarked Ways because for most of it's length it lies across lowland farms. It also crosses the boglands and callows of the river Suck with their numerous lakes and drainage channels. The area is rich in history, and offers a unique opportunity to experience the life of rural Ireland, a glimpse of its history and the rich bird- and plant-life of the boglands and callows.
Outdoor swimming pool
Open in the summer months
Evening meetings are held in Roscommon town
Many fine pubs and restaurants
Other areas of interest close by:
•Roscommon Castle, Roscommon
•Strokestown Park House, Famine Museum & Gardens
•King House, Boyle
•The Douglas Hyde Centre
•Cruachan Aí Heritage Centre, Tulsk
•Lough Key Forest Park
Over the years we've had many happy guests stay at our bed and breakfast and we've listed some comments below.
"A fabulous place to stay, so comfortable delicious food and a wonderful couple"
John & Trish - Manchester.
"Great!, comfortable and yummy breakfast, children loved running around outside in the gardens, thanks so much"
Chapman & O Connor - New Zealand
"A good find, thanks for the guide to the local pubs/activities, attention to detail highly appreciated - the fresh flowers and snacks! Well worth the tariff. Best wishes for the years ahead, your Irish friendliness will be a lasting memory."
Roy & Allison - Essex
"Great balance of being brilliantly looked after and having all the freedom we needed, beautiful bed and breakfast"
Kate & Janto - Southampton
"Extremely clean, quiet and comfortable, lovely hosts, wonderful experience, Go raibh maith agaibh."
Mary & Christy - New York
The best breakfast on our tour and very friendly, it was very nice and beautiful, thank you for all" Bernd & Petra - Germany
Fallon's Bed and Breakfast - Castlerea - Co. Roscommon
Contact: Tom and Helen Tel: +353(0)94 9621183 - Website: > (Click Here)