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Charlotte's Way, Banagher

Charlotte's Way, Banagher

A restored former 18th century rectory once owned by Charlotte Bronte and her husband Arthur.

large two storey cream painted house with green, red and orange vines growing up the walls/
round dining table with four chairs, lace table cloth and places set for breakfast in front of a large window/
lounge with feature black and gold fireplace with round gold edged mirror above it/
bedroom with double and single beds with white linen and red velvet cushions and curtains/

Charlotte’s Way is an impressive B&B set in lovely gardens in a prominent setting overlooking Banagher. It has five spacious, comfortable and tastefully decorated bedrooms with tea and coffee making facilities. There is a guest living room and hearty Irish breakfasts are served by your hostess Nicola Daly. The house also has Wi-Fi access. All bedrooms enjoy en-suite facilities.

This delightful country house has catered well for anglers for many years. It has tackle and bait storage. Off road car parking. Close to all amenities. There is a nominal supplement for single rooms.


LOW SEASON – Ferry & 7 nights B&B

Car and 4 - £464 per person; Car and 2 - £516 per person

Supplements apply to high cars and vans

Prices may be subject to change - please contact us direct for the latest deals

Fishing in Co Offaly

This county offers a real mixture of fishing and a variety of waters that is staggering. Many anglers will agree that Edenderry has the very best canal fishing, while elsewhere the River Shannon and its tributaries dominate.

Banagher offers very accessible fishing on the Shannon network at such famous spots as Meelick Weir, Bullock Island, Salmon Run. There are spring and autumn angling festivals that have exposed the brilliant sport to be had with prime roach, hybrids, specimen tench, and big bream.

Canal fishing can be found on the picturesque reed-fringed Grand Canal, most of which is accessible by car and full of fish. Around Edenderry, you will find the waterway is alive with tench, bream, rudd, perch and increasing numbers of roach and small carp.

Shannonbridge, a small town, which sits astride the River Shannon, has plenty of quality fishing and some exciting backwaters. It is a sensible central base for those anglers who enjoy exploring a number of waters.  

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