Maryville , Nenagh, Ireland
|Dromineer Bay Loug Derg.||4km|
|Birr castle||20 km|
|Portumna forest park||15km|
The Thatched Cottage Restaurant/Bar, dating back to the 1800's is the focal point in the village, offering a wide range of fabulous cuisine, catering to everyone's needs. Music sessions, some traditional, held every weekend. Whether you are in for a relaxing drink or a sumptuous meal, you are sure to enjoy the old-- world style and character of the place.
Mayville is less than a 3 minute walk from the Thatched Cottage restaurant/Bar so its ideal, you can park your car and take a stroll down the road and enjoy a drink or maybe a few with no driving involved.
The picturesque lakeside Village of Dromineer on Lough Derg, just 5 minutes drive from Ballycommon, is an ideal place to spend an evening. Take a walk around the shoreline or sit and relax and watch the sunset over Lough Derg.
Hanly's Woollen Mills and Visitor Centre at Ballyartella on the banks of the Nenagh River is 1 km from the village and is well worth visiting.
The commercial Town of Nenagh 4km from Ballycommon, has a wide range of shops to suit all tastes, craftshops,restaurants, bars and many fine old buildings.
All our rooms are En-Suite with T.V, Tea/Coffee Making Facilities and Hairdryer.
Ballycommon is located on the R495, Halfway between Nenagh (4km) and Dromineer (4km)
From Dublin Airport/ Dublin, travel Southbound on M50 on to N7, stay on N7 until you see exit for Nenagh. From Nenagh, take R495 Dromineer road to Ballycommon.
From Shannon airport, take N18 to Limerick. Take N7 for Dublin and Nenagh. Exit N7 on to N52 for Nenagh. Stay on N52 until you come to 4th roundabout (Dromineer Road Roundabout). Take 1st exit for Ballycommon.
From Galway, take N6 to Loughrea.From Loughrea take N65 to Portumna and Borrisokane. From Borrisokane, take N52 for Nenagh. Stay on N52 until you see sign for R495 for Dronineer and Ballycommon.
From Cashel, take N8 for Dublin and Thurles. From Thurles, take R498 to Nenagh. From Nenagh, take Dromineer road R495 to Ballycommon.