​Ardagh is one of County Longfords most picturesque villages with many architecturally important features. The history of the village is one  of mythology, religion, literature and story telling.  


The villages features in Oliver Goldsmiths famous play 'She stoops to conquer'. Noted for its religious associations to St. Patrick, St Brigit and St Mel, it is however also the site of the ancient legend 'The Wooing of Etain'.

Ardagh Heritage Centre is the hub for the telling of this legend, it is also the location for Creative Ardagh art school as well as 'Creative Longford' arts and craft gallery which sells gifts made with love in Longford.

Ardagh Heritage and Creativity Centre, Ardagh Village

Offers

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B&B & Blueway Paddle

Enjoy one night B&B for two in a tranquil setting followed by a family paddle with Cavan Canoeing
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Blueway Family Glamping Experience

Two nights glamping on the Shannon Blueway in the beautiful county of Leitrim.
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By the river slow adventure on the Shannon-Erne Blueway

Two nights in River Cottage, activities including Canoeing, paddle boarding, biking and local crafts session
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Family Fun Days on the Lough Derg Blueway

Family Fun activity day on the Lough Derg Blueway from Mountshannon
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Blueway Cycling Break

Two Nights Bed and Breakfast and Cycle on the Blueway
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Hidden Heartlands Hillwalking

Two nights B&B & One Guided Walk
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Hiking Midweek Break in Hidden Ireland

Into The Blue Hiking Lough Derg
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