Gertie Brownes in Custume Place (formally Victoria Place) has been a hostelry of some sort since the 10th or 11th centuries. Tongue’n’groove walls, pitch pine counters and genuine salvaged memorabilia all give this emporium a relaxed and pleasant atmosphere. Gertie’s customer base is comprised of a cross section of Athlonians supplemented by a busy river tourist trade in Summer. The staff strive to ensure that the customer is welcomed and made feel at home with a good drink properly presented. Adjacent to its other half Hatters Lane Bistro and other nearby eateries, Gerties is the ideal location to meet before or after a hearty meal and its private library room can cater to family, group or corporate occasions.
Something wonderful stirs along the quayside of Athlone Castle, in the shape of a dramatic Viking Ship, which takes passengers on a tour of discovery, based in Athlone, County Westmeath. Captain ‘Viking Mike’ stands at the helm,
When you decide to treat your partner to an unforgettable night in Sean’s Bar in Athlone, you’ll be walking through the doors of time, as Sean's isn’t just officially the oldest pub in Ireland, it could very well be the oldest pub in the world!
These Self Catering Apartments are located in Athlone Town Centre, just 200 metres from Arch House bed and breakfast accommodation and within walking distance to the principle shopping and socialising areas. The apartments are ideal for individuals, couples, families and groups.
This Guest House is absolutely gorgeous and ever so homely. With individually designed bedrooms and a warm traditional charm, you will be welcomed with open arms. Ideally located in the city centre, you will be near two shopping centres and there are so many charming restaurants and pubs nearby!