Situated on the southernmost shore of Lough Allen, Drumshanbo is a picturesque town with a population of 700. Like most Irish towns Drumshanbo takes its name from the Gaelic version, Druim-Sean-Both (the ridge of the old hut). A feature of the town is its unique High Street fronted by a magnificent cut stone wall, with stone steps leading to reputedly Ireland's shortest Main Street.

 Activities in Drumshanbo

Coarse Angling
Coarse Angling Drumshanbo

Equestrian Centres
Moorlands Equestrian Centre

Game Fishing
Lough Allen


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