Gleeson’s Townhouse & Restaurant a lovingly restored 19th century building is at the heart of hospitality overlooking the bustling market square in picturesque Roscommon Town, the gateway to the West of Ireland and County Roscommon’s idyllic lakelands.
Gleeson's Townhouse’s combination of excellent rooms, café, fully licensed restaurant, private car park, free WiFi and charming hospitality creates the ideal setting when staying or dining in the environs of County Roscommon. Accommodation is a choice of 19 superior and standard rooms with two luxury suites, all ensuite with high levels of luxury and comfort. Superior rooms have the extra facility of a luxury bath, king size bed and trouser press.
It has a beautiful, spacious terrace situated at the front of the building and overlooking the town's historic market square where a local farmers market is held every Friday. Guests can enjoy excellent food and drink at the fully licensed Manse Restaurant or Gleeson's Café, both located within the Townhouse. Menus offer a choice of locally sourced and organic sustainable food. Whether you are looking for a coffee and homemade cake, or an evening meal, there is a variety of menus and elegant, casual dining options served all day.
Gleeson's Townhouse, Roscommon also offer private corporate conference facilities and can cater for large parties. Guests can also bring a taste of Gleeson's home with a trip to their Artisan Food & Wine Shop, offering a fantastic range of locally-sourced artisan products and located just a stone's throw from the townhouse and restaurant.
Our central location in the heart of Roscommon town is the perfect base for touring the West and Midlands of Ireland, discovering the rich heritage and history associated with this region. Roscommon is located in the heart of Ireland where traditional Irish hospitality is at its best. It is the county of castles and ancient kings, on a landscape of moorland, forest parks and water meadows. The River Shannon borders the east of the county and the River Suck the west, with Lough Key,Lough Gara and Lough Boderg to the North and Lough Ree to the east.