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Welcome to Greville Arms Hotel

 The Greville Arms Hotel Mullingar is immortalised by James Joyce in his book Ulysses and now one of Ireland's greatest pubs pays homage by establishing a reputation as one of Ireland's greatest hostelries, a tavern of impeccable character.

Our location in the heart of Mullingar, our excellent accommodation and our commitment to excellent service and warm hospitality makes us the first choice of Mullingar hotels. Whether you are a business executive or visitor to Westmeath we extend a warm welcome and assure you of our constant attention to detail to make sure that your stay with us at the Greville Arms 3 star hotel in Mullingar will be the kind of experience you will want to repeat. Look no further for a Luxury Hotel Mullingar.

1. Niall Horan & One Direction – Niall’s family are very loyal customers to the Greville Arms Hotel, because of this Niall’s dad has gifted us with the Original Brit Awards Niall & One Direction won in 2012 for Best Single and in 2013 for Global Success. When visiting Niall’s memorabilia in the hotel lobby don’t forgot to leave a message for Niall and his band mates in the visitor’s book.

2. Royal Canal Greenway - Westmeath County Council in cooperation with Waterways Ireland & funding from the Department of Transport, Tourism & Sport have developed 32.3km length of the royal canal towpath as a walking & cycling route. The route provides the necessary safe, off road cycling & walking infrastructure, the cycle track is a great attraction for cyclists, families and tourists alike. Interactive map available here

 
3. Mullingar Bike Hire – Cyclists can hop on a bike and take a spin down the Royal Canal tow path or follow the Mullingar Cycle Route which has three options, all of which take in the beautiful countryside around Mullingar, County Westmeath. Check out www.mullingarbikehire.com for more information or bookings.
 
4. Magadaline Sculpture - The Orgins of the Magdalene sculpture in the Greville Arms Hotel, Mullingar is a mystery and the cause of great controversy to art lovers and historians.
 
5. View our Special Offers here.

Welcome to Greville Arms Hotel

 The Greville Arms Hotel Mullingar is immortalised by James Joyce in his book Ulysses and now one of Ireland's greatest pubs pays homage by establishing a reputation as one of Ireland's greatest hostelries, a tavern of impeccable character.

Our location in the heart of Mullingar, our excellent accommodation and our commitment to excellent service and warm hospitality makes us the first choice of Mullingar hotels. Whether you are a business executive or visitor to Westmeath we extend a warm welcome and assure you of our constant attention to detail to make sure that your stay with us at the Greville Arms 3 star hotel in Mullingar will be the kind of experience you will want to repeat. Look no further for a Luxury Hotel Mullingar.

1. Niall Horan & One Direction – Niall’s family are very loyal customers to the Greville Arms Hotel, because of this Niall’s dad has gifted us with the Original Brit Awards Niall & One Direction won in 2012 for Best Single and in 2013 for Global Success. When visiting Niall’s memorabilia in the hotel lobby don’t forgot to leave a message for Niall and his band mates in the visitor’s book.

2. Royal Canal Greenway - Westmeath County Council in cooperation with Waterways Ireland & funding from the Department of Transport, Tourism & Sport have developed 32.3km length of the royal canal towpath as a walking & cycling route. The route provides the necessary safe, off road cycling & walking infrastructure, the cycle track is a great attraction for cyclists, families and tourists alike. Interactive map available here

 
3. Mullingar Bike Hire – Cyclists can hop on a bike and take a spin down the Royal Canal tow path or follow the Mullingar Cycle Route which has three options, all of which take in the beautiful countryside around Mullingar, County Westmeath. Check out www.mullingarbikehire.com for more information or bookings.
 
4. Magadaline Sculpture - The Orgins of the Magdalene sculpture in the Greville Arms Hotel, Mullingar is a mystery and the cause of great controversy to art lovers and historians.
 
5. View our Special Offers here.
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