Towns & Villages Nearby

Clonmellon

Clonmellon is a small village approximately 28km from Mullingar town. It has a population of 664 (2016) Clonmellon (Irish: Ráistín, but also attested to originally have been Cluain Miolain[2]) is a small village

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Crookedwood

Crookedwood is a village approximately 10km from Mullingar town. Crookedwood has a population of 326 (2016) Crookedwood (Irish: Tigh Munna) is a small village in County Westmeath on the R394 regional road. Historically it was called Taghmon (Irish: Tigh

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Killucan

The villages of Killucan (Irish: Cill Liúcainne, Church of Lucan) and Rathwire (Irish: Ráth Guaire, Fort of Guaire) are co-located in gentle, rolling countryside in the east of the County

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Collinstown

Collinstown is a village approximately 18km from Mullingar town. Collinstown has a population of 356 (2016) Collinstown (Irish: Baile na gCailleach) is a village in north County Westmeath, situated on the R395 regional road overlooking Lough Lene

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Raharney

Raharney (Irish: Ráth Fhearna, meaning “Fearna’s ringfort”)[2] is a village in east County Westmeath, Ireland. It has a population of 221 according to the 2016 census.[1] Raharney is on the

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Coole

Coole (Irish: An Chúil) is a village in County Westmeath, Ireland, on the R395 regional road. It is situated on a plateau that overlooks the part of the Bog of Allen, cultivated for peat for fuel consumption

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Ballynacarrigy

Ballynacarrigy is a small village approximately 15km from Mullingar town. It has a population of 227 (2016) Ballynacargy is thought to have been largely established in the mid 18th century

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Drumcree

Drumcree (Irish: Droim Cria or Druim Criadh) is a small village in County Westmeath in Ireland on the R395 regional road. This village is part of St Mary’s Parish, Collinstown,

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Rochfortbridge

Rochfortbridge (Irish: Droichead Chaisleán Loiste, meaning “Castle Lost Bridge”) is a village in County Westmeath, Ireland. The village is located at the intersection of the R400 and the R446 (formerly

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Kinnegad

Kinnegad (Irish: Cionn Átha Gad, meaning “‘the head of the ford of withes”) is a town in County Westmeath, Ireland. It is on the border with County Meath, near the

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Delvin

Delvin is a village approximately 20km from Mullingar town. Delvin has a population of 774(2016) Delvin (Irish: Dealbhna or Dealbhna Mhór) is a town in County Westmeath, Ireland; it is located on the N52 road at a

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Castlepollard

Clonmellon is a small village approximately 20km from Mullingar town. It has a population of 1,163 (2016) Castlepollard (Irish: Baile na gCros or Cionn Toirc) is a small town in north County Westmeath, Republic of Ireland.

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Streete

The Parish of Streete is bordered by parishes Abbeylara, Multyfarmhan and, Rathowen/Rathaspic.Streete Parish is divided into two counties Westmeath and Longford. ​The river Inny divides the Diocese of Ardagh and

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Tyrrellspass

Tyrrellspass is a Georgian village in County Westmeath, Ireland. It is 81 kilometres from Dublin, in the south of the county on the R446 road. Tyrrellspass won the Irish Tidy

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Finea

Finea is a village approximately 33km from Mullingar town. Finea has a population of 317 (2016) Finea (Irish: Fiodh an Átha, meaning “wood of the ford”)[1] is a small village in County Westmeath on the

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Milltownpass

Milltownpass is a small Village of less than 300 people but it has at its heart an active, vibrant community, again with plans to challenge the inadequacies they see within

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Multyfarnham

Multyfarnham or Multyfarnam (Irish: Muilte Farannáin, meaning “Farannán’s mills”)[2] is a village in County Westmeath. First founded in 1268, the Franciscan monastery at Multyfarnham is still home to a community

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Fore

Fore (Irish: Baile Fhobhair, meaning “Townland of the Spring”[1][2]) is a village, next to the old Benedictine Abbey ruin of Fore Abbey, situated to the north of Lough Lene in

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