Melview Angling Lodge

Bed & Breakfast

Co. Longford, Ireland
5 Rms, 12 Guests
In-Home Meals
About Us

Specialist Angling Accommodation

Situated just off the N4 Longford Town, Melview Lodge B & B is right in the heart of the Upper Shannon and Erne Waterways. Experience the genuine warmth and friendliness of the local people whilst surrounding yourself with the sights and sounds of the beautiful Irish countryside.

Melview Lodge is Irish Tourist Board 3* approved and comes highly recommended, whether for an overnight stay, a weekend break or a longer vacation in Ireland. We provide flexible, good value Bed and Breakfast accommodation and great hospitality to our guests in a peaceful, quiet location. Families and children are also warmly welcomed.

With over 30 years experience fishing and living in Ireland I’m happy to share my knowledge and experience of the best local fishing with my guests.

Kevin Lyons, Your Host

Food & Drink

In-House Meal Service

Breakfast Included

Enjoy a freshly cooked breakfast every day of your stay, from full Irish to continental.

Coffee, Tea, Water, & Assorted Beverages

There are tea and coffee making facilities in each bedroom, and packed lunches are available on request.

Evening Meals

We also provide evening meals – please book in advance.



Lake Boats

We offer free use of 17ft lake boats for the duration of your stay.

Free Parking

Secure car parking to the rear of the lodge.

Drying room

It’s Ireland, so it’s very likely you’ll need somewhere to dry your kit.

Tackle Shop

There’s no need to travel for the angling essentials, they’re all available in our tackle shop.

Free WiFi

Free high speed wi-fi available throughout the accommodation.

Bedroom Comforts

Flat Screen TV and tea and coffee making facilities in each room.

Have a Question?

Talk to the Host


Location & Nearby Attractions

Longford has a wealth of activities for all ages – see our Activities page for more information.


Longford has plenty of places to eat, from Asian street food restaurants through Italian, Indian and Chinese. There’s a mood and a budget for everybody.

An Anglers Paradise

At the heart of the Lakelands of Ireland, Longford is host to some of the best coarse and pike fishing available in the country. The county boasts many excellent lakes, rivers and canals, including the longest county shoreline of the River Shannon.


If you’re feeling adventurous there’s plenty to do around Longford from Watersports & Archery to quadding and kartijng.

Bars & Lounges

You can’t go too far in Ireland before you encounter a pub, and Longford has it’s fair share of bars and lounges. From small traditional bars on side streets to modern bar  restuarants you’re sure to find something to suit you.

Cruising & Boating

After many years of laying derelict, The Royal Canal, which was built between 1789 and 1817 and then closed in the 1961, is now mainly restored to its former glory.


Visit the Backstage Theater or Longford Cineplex cinema for entertainment. There’s also live music at many bars and pubs at weekends.

Walking & Hiking

County Longford is graced with some of Irelands most remote, unique and unspoilt landscape. The entire county offers underexplored, lowlying countryside for the walker, cyclist and nature lover.


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00353 (0)43 3345061
Drumlish Road Clonrollagh Co. Longford Ireland

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