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Ath Luain Restaurant at the Shamrock Lodge Hotel
Athlone, Co. Westmeath
Ath Luain Restaurant at the Shamrock Lodge Hotel is on the west side of Athlone Town, in County Westmeath, and just a 5 minute walk from Athlone Castle, it serves bar food, carvery, and five course meals.

At the end of a tree lined avenue, the Shamrock Lodge Hotel proudly sits on its own private grounds and gardens and boasts one of the finest Athlone restaurants, Ath Luain. At Ath Luain, bar food is served daily, with a carvery lunch every Sunday. The décor is warm and welcoming, and the cuisine is renowned for being some of the best in the midlands.

With a beautiful conservatory, it's the perfect location for small, private lunches or dinner parties. Their function room can cater for all occasions, such as christenings, family gatherings, business lunches, group tours, and dinner dances. Excellent bar service from friendly and courteous staff can be enjoyed in the Iona Bar.

There's an abundance of free onsite parking, so you can drop in anytime.

Contact details
Clonown Rd, Athlone, Co. Westmeath, Ireland
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