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Forest Park House
Boyle, Co. Roscommon
Forest Park House is a spacious bed and breakfast in Boyle, County Roscommon offering bright rooms and an extensive breakfast menu and private parking. The perfect stop off point on route to Galway, Donegal, Mayo or Dublin.

Forest Park House is purpose built, bright and spacious and is very easy to find on the N4 at the main entrance to Lough Key Forest Park.

It is a good stop off point if travelling to Galway, Achill, Westport or Donegal. It is also nice if guests just want to relax for a day or two and enjoy the area.

A warm welcome awaits all guests.

All rooms are ensuite with hospitality trays, WiFi, guest directories, televisions, fire alarm and emergency lighting. Room types include Family, Triple, Double and Twin rooms while some bedrooms are on the ground floor. The host may be contacted for prices.

The bed and breakfast has a spacious dining room with individual tables overlooking the mature gardens and forest and also offer an extensive breakfast menu.

There are lots to see and do in the area. The forest park offers something for everyone, families with children, teenagers, couples and people of all ages. Whether it is going for leisurely walks, hiring out bicycles, or touring the Segway trails, guests will not be bored.

Other local amenities include historic houses for example Strokestown House, Boyle Cistercian Abbey. Guests can also view crannogs and dolmens and much more.

It is also a good fishing area. Forest Park House is surrounded by lovely gardens, trees and lakes, attracting fishermen from Ireland and Europe alike. The bed and breakfast has bait fridges and a drying room available. A large car park is also available.

Credit Cards accepted.

Quality Assurance & Schemes
4 Star Rating
Contact details
Carrick-on-Shannon Road,Lough Key,Boyle,Co Roscommon,Republic of Ireland
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