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Overnight Schedule

Granard Edgeworthstown Enybegs Ballinamuck

10:00am – 12.00am   

Arrive at Knights & Conquests Heritage Centre in Granard. Tea / Coffee on arrival and take tour of the exhibit with a guide. EZxploring trail available to explore the town of Granard in a fun way.

12.00pm - 12.20pm   

Transfer to Edgeworthstown (12.5km) 

12.20pm - 1.30pm

Lunch at Bia Deas Cafe in Edgeworthstown

1.30pm - 3.30pm

Arrive at Maria Edgeworth Centre for a guided tour. A souvenir audio player is available in a number of different languages. You then have the option of touring the town with the literary trail or the EZxploring trail.


3.30pm - 4.45pm   

Transfer to Enybegs (16km) and visit Titanic Memorial in the village & take a walk up Longford's highest point - Corn Hill

4.45pm - 5.05pm  

Transfer to Longford Town (14km) and arrive at PV's Bar, Kitchen & Guesthouse Longford to check in and relax with a tea/coffee

6.30pm - 10pm

Dinner at Indian Sizzlers in Longford Town and relax with some post dinner drinks at Tally Ho bar

Day 2

10:30am – 11.15am     

Breakfast in Coffee House 45

11:20am – 11.40am     

Check out and transfer to Ballinamuck (24km)

11.25am - 12.25pm

Visit the peaceful Edenmore Bog Walk for a leisurely walk taking in the lovely sights on this trail

12.30pm – 12.45pm       

Visit to the 1798 Visitors Centre in Ballinamuck Village

12:45pm – 1.05pm       

Transfer to Longford Town (19km)


Lunch at Courtyard Cafe


Free time in town for shopping

2.45pm - 3.15pm

Guided tour of the historic St Mel's Cathedral or take in the Longford Town Walking Trail with audio tour or the EZxploring trail of Longford Town.

You can explore the towns of Granard, Edgeworthstown and Longford further with the fun EZxploring maps which are available in Libraries,  the Knights & Conquests Heritage Centre and the Maria Edgeworth Centre.  Also if you wish to discover your Irish roots Irish Clann Connections can help you trace your family history and offers professionally researched histories of families, individuals, houses and localities in Longford. 



This project was assisted by Longford Local Community Development Committee, Longford Community Resources Clg. and Longford County Council through the Rural Development Programme (LEADER) 2014-2020 which is part-financed by the EU, "The European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development: Europe investing in rural areas" and the Department of Rural & Community Development.       The European Commission.

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