Home to 4,000 years of built heritage, wonderful rural communities and stories of heroes, miracles, wonders and worship. Explore Ireland's Ancient East, visit beautiful places and witness for yourself the beauty
of our woodlands, waters and wandering trails.
Tour a majestic castle, visit an ancient monastic settlement or let your imagination go wild at one of many romantic ruins and forgotten follies.
North Westmeath is a place where the community is always in action. Join us for our festivals, our farmers markets and book fairs, our music nights and writing groups. Find a place where you will fit right in and belong. Getting
here is easy, but its leaving us that people find the real challenge.
North Westmeath has accomodation for everyone from the traveller on a shoestring budget to stunning world class luxury. The common theme, these are all family owned and managed businesses. Leave behind the flat sameness of
commercial and embrace the hundreds of different ways you can stay.
Discover 4000 years of history just one hour from Dublin. From our early Neolithic farmers at Loughcrew in nearby Co. Meath to the Celtic Church of St. Féichín of Fore to raiding Vikings, Norman Invaders and then the planter
Anglo Irish Castles & big houses - Visit North Westmeath and explore the Legendary Midlands of Ireland.
Visit a region that is blessed with unspoiled rolling fields, meandering trails and crystal clear waters. Explore an ancient monastic settlement, wander through acres of gorgeous gardens and discover the secrets of the
rugged ruins and forgotten follies that make our towns and villages unique.
Unwind at a destination music festival, rediscover forgotten crafts, walk, cycle or swim to your heart's content and attend authentic fairs and one-off events that celebrate and promote our local cultures, history and traditions.
Settle into a luxurious bed in one of our family owned countryside retreats and arise to the sounds of nature outside your window. Be sure to ask your hosts for their recommendations for the day ahead while you enjoy a
home cooked breakfast.
From intimate music sessions to outdoor theatre, art workshops and unique local events - there is always a reason to visit North Westmeath!
18jul7:30 pmChristy Dignam & Joe Jewel (Aslan) LiveChristy Dignam and Joe Jewel of Aslan will play St Patrick’s Hall, Delvin on Thursday 18th July.
Christy Dignam and Joe Jewel of Aslan will play St Patrick’s Hall, Delvin on Thursday 18th July. They will be supported by Delvin’s own Ronan Leonard.
Tickets are €20 and seating
(Thursday) 7:30 pm
St Patrick's Hall
20jul11:00 amShamanic Drumming CircleA non-musical event where participants send out prayers and intentions to the universe on the heartbeat of a drum.
The Purple Raven Gallery hosts monthly Drumming Circles where participants can send out prayers and intentions to the universe on the heartbeat of the drum. The gallery has plenty of
(Saturday) 11:00 am
Purple Raven Art Gallery & Craft Centre
21jul3:00 pmBelow Stairs Tours of Tullynally CastleTours take place at 3pm every Sunday from April to September.
Join your guide, Morag, for a tour of the kitchens of Tullynally Castle. Tours take place at 3pm every Sunday from April to September. Admssion €12 for adults and €6
(Sunday) 3:00 pm
21jul3:00 pmIt Fell on a Summer’s Day...Music for the Summertime for voice, guitar & lute featuring music by John Dowland, Thomas Campion, Thomas Moore, and more
Music for the Summertime featuring Simon Morgan (tenor) and Eamon Sweeney (guitar and lute), presented in the beautiful surroundings of St John's Church, Clonmellon.
This will be a special summer
St John's Church
The Derravaragh Music AssociationSelf supporting through concert ticket sales and the generous contributions of Friends and Sponsors without whose loyalty and generosity we would be unable to meet the increasing costs of hosting both Irish and International artists of the highest calibre.
28jul11:30 amFarmers MarketTakes place on the fourth Sunday of each month at Collinstown Hall.
Pick up some locally produced cheese, honey, jam, bread and more alongside handmade arts, crafts and bric a brack at the monthly Farmers Market at Collinstown Hall.
(Sunday) 11:30 am