Glasson Holiday Mews
8 houses fitted out to the highest standards located in a secluded spot on the shores of Lough Ree
About Glasson
Glasson is situated close to Lough Ree which is a haven for fishing, The Pinnacleboating and sailing, in fact Lough Ree Yacht Club founded in 1770 is the second oldest yacht club in the world.

There is something for everyone on the established walks around Glasson, whether you simply want to enjoy the beauty of nature or find subjects for photography you will not be disappointed. There is an ample scope for the artist, the antiquarian or the wild flower enthusiast to explore the lakeshore and be well rewarded for time spent.

Golfing and sailing are other big attractions in the area. Golfers are spoilt for choice in selecting where to play. While the keen sailor can hire a boat locally and spend the day enjoying a relaxing trip on 'the Shannon'.

The quaint village of Glasson which is full with old world charm, is located near the eastern banks of Lough Ree. Also known as the "Village of Roses" it is at its best in summer with roses in bloom but even in winter it has hostelries where one can spend many a happy hour. Within walking distance are three award-winning restaurants.

Glasson is a beautiful village located in Goldsmith country, named after Oliver Goldsmith who spent many of his childhood years living in the nearby village of Lissoy. For a small village, Glasson hosts a wealth of activities, including some great pubs and restaurants, a championship golf course, and of course, beautiful countryside. Originally an estate village, Glasson has developed into a village of great beauty and character. The writer Oliver Goldsmith lived in a house in nearby Lissoy until 1747, the ruins of which can still be seen.

Athlone town has a wide range of shops, restaurants and services catering for all needs. It is an ideal base to explore the midlands from its wild beauty to the delights of the Shannon and Lough Ree.
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