Box Office: 00 353 6137 6122
Address: Townlough , Killaloe , Co. Tipperary

The Lakeside Hotel & Leisure Centre sits on the banks of the majestic River Shannon with stunning views of the twin heritage towns of Ballina in Co. Tipperary and Killaloe in Co. Clare.

Their award-winning gardens provide the ideal backdrop to the tranquil beauty of Lough Derg. Steeped in history, Killaloe was once the capital of Ireland and home to King Brian Boru our greatest Viking slayer. The town is now famed for its charming narrow streets and the 12th century St. Flannan’s Cathedral. A rare thirteen-arch bridge links the medieval charms of Killaloe with the lakeside walks in Ballina. Relax and enjoy fishing or boating on the lake, explore the many local heritage sites or take a day trip to the Burren or The Cliffs of Moher.

Sitting on the crossing point between two powerful Munster counties, the Lakeside Hotel & Leisure Centre offers you accessible tranquility. Less than 90 minutes from Dublin, Cork or Galway, 40 minutes from Shannon International Airport and a short hop from Limerick City, it’s a world apart without being miles away. The River Shannon flows gently past our door, flanked by water meadows, wild flowers and wonderful wildlife.


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