Motorhome Hire Longford
The County of Longford rests the Midlands and falls within the province of Leinster. The county is named after the town of Longford which also serves as the county seat. Longford is enclosed by the counties of Leitrim, Cavan, Westmeath, and Roscommon. A large portion of the region falls on the basin of the River Shannon. The lake of Lough Ree makes up a large part of Longford’s western boundary. The county was first known as Anale or Annaly and originally merged with the province of Meath. The county gained shire status in 1586 during the rule of Elizabeth I.
Today County Longford is a bustling county that extends a warm invite to local and international visitors. You’ll find a host of new eateries, shopping centres, arts and theatre complexes, boutiques and plenty of indoor and outdoor activities that cater to all. The county is a hub of cultural, social and sporting events. County Longford is also a point for an extensive collection of festivals and offers the perfect setting to get acquainted with the great outdoors!
Among the many exciting sites, don’t miss St. Mel's Cathedral, Corlea Trackway and Visitor Center, The Royal Canal and Quaker Island, Lough Ree.