Pet Friendly Hotels in Roscommon, Ireland

Find out about pet regulations in Ireland

Looking for a pet friendly hotel in Roscommon, Ireland to stay with your dog, cat or other favorite animal? Browse the list below, which also includes pet friendly motels, bed and breakfasts, inns, and cabins & cottages. To make sure you find the perfect place, you can sort the listings by the type and size of your pet, as well as the amount of pet fee the lodging charges.

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Fallons Bed and Breakfast

Castlerea, Roscommon
Roscommon, Ireland
Castlerea, Roscommon
Roscommon, Ireland
0-035-394-9621
Pet Friendly Fallons Bed and Breakfast in Roscommon, Ireland

Pet Policy: The house is open to cats and dogs of all shapes and sizes. The only restriction is advance booking is required at least two weeks before booking. Fees are subject to season and availability. The high season of summer will be slightly more expensive- fees range form 10euro per night per pet to 15euro per night per pet. All pets are accommodated in your room, unless otherwise discussed.

Policy Confirmed: 06/03/2014 | Update this Pet Policy

Policy Confirmed: 06/03/2014

Points of Interest: Castlerea is home to Clonalis house, ancestral home of the O'Connor Dons, direct descendants of the last High Kings of Ireland who were also the traditional kings of Connacht. It is a significant repository of heritage and history and a certainly a must visit. It is situated a few minutes drive from the B&B. Enjoy a stroll in Castlerea's pretty and scenic park, The Demesne, located in the town centre. Other amenities in the town include a nine hole golf course and an outdoor swimming pool (open to the public during June – August). Why not enjoy a pint and some history, in Hell's Kitchen Bar, home to The Castlerea Railway Museum which has the largest private collection of Rail Memorabilia in Ireland. We are situated on the outskirts of Castlerea town on the Dublin to Westport rd (N60). Centrally located between Athlone, Sligo, Galway and Castlebar and only a 30 minute drive from Knock Shrine & Ireland West International Airport.