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Odeon Cinema
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A trip to the cinema is the perfect way to while away a wet day or as a family outing. The five-screen Odeon is located on Church Street, just a few minutes from the train station. Visitors can enjoy the latest releases in the comfy seats with a range of drinks and snacks.
Portarlington Derryounce Lake
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Derryounce Lake, just 2km outside Portarlington on the Edenderry road, is a lake of approximately 40 acres with excellent food supplies for brown and rainbow trout. The lake is owned by the community with input from Portarlington Angling Club. All visiting anglers are most welcome and the lake is stocked periodically to ensure good sport all season.
Portarlington Golf Club
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Situated in County Laois and featuring an 18 hole, par 71 course. Includes a hole by hole tour and location map. Friendly members club with a scenic parkland golf course along the banks of the River Barrow on the Laois / Offaly border in the heart of Ireland.
Full Information http://www.portarlingtongolf.com/ +353 57 8623115
portarlingtongc@eircom.net
Portlaoise Equestrian Centre
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Since it was opened in 1992, Portlaoise Equestrian Centre has provided a focus for the growing demand for a range of equestrian activities, from showjumping to dressage and cross-country to tuition.
Portlaoise Farmers' Market
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Portlaoise Farmers Market takes place every Friday from 10am-3pm in Portlaoise, County Laois. Shoppers will be able to buy fresh local produce and goods such as fruit and vegetables, cakes, cheese and jams directly from the growers, farmers and producers
Portlaoise Golf Course
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Portlaoise Golf Club is situated on the site of the original Maryborough Golf Club which dates back to the 1800s. This 18 hole parkland course has been planted with over two thousand trees and has a number of water features which will prove a test for any golfer.
Full Information http://portlaoisegolfclub.com/ + 353-57-8661557
portlaoisegolfclub@gmail.com
Rathdaire Lake
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Rathdaire Lake is a prime location for carp, hybrids, bream, perch and rudd fishing. This is a nine-acre lake set within the Derries Wood 5km east of the N7 between Monasterevin and Portlaoise.
Rathdowney Golf Club
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Rathdowney Golf Club is a beautiful parkland golf course set in the south western corner of Co. Laois. Established in 1930 it covers 104 acres of countryside and offers a very pleasant round of golf. In 1997 the course was extended to 18 holes, using the advice of renowned golf course designer Pat Ruddy, and now offers a new challenge to its players. In recent years a new clubhouse was opened offering modern facilities and services. Today the course is of a matured state, with challenging holes and fairways. The bar and restaurant is open to the public and cater for all events including societies and open events. Rathdowney Golf Club is a unique location to play an enjoyable round of golf.
Full Information http://www.rathdowneygolfclub.com/ 00353 (0) 505 46170
rathdowneygolf@eircom.net
Roll ‘n’ Bowl Entertainment Centre
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The Roll ‘n’ Bowl Entertainment Centre provides fun activities for all ages under one roof! It offers ten pin bowling, a soft play area, laser quest, indoor soccer, crazy golf, a games room/arcade and a roller skating disco.
Full Information http://www.bowlingireland.com/ +353 578670005
rollnbowl@eircom.net
Shaws Department Stores
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Quality womens and mens fashions, footwear, lingerie, beauty, homewares, gifts, electricals and much more.
Slieve Bloom Trail Equestrian Centre
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Breathtaking views of the Slieve Blooms await those who go horse trekking on the Slieve Bloom Trail.
Stradbally Lake
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Stradbally Lake brown trout fishery has been subject to extensive restoration and is located on the Cosby Estate in Stradbally. The lake consists of 6 acres with fully matured wildlife and islands that provide a valuable insect and fly food source for the brown trout. Visitors are welcome on 2 hour, 4 hour or 6 hour permits available at the lake. Open for fly and worm fishing until 10pm each week day and trout range from 1lb to 7lb. The lake is stocked weekly. Rod hire and bait available. Strictly no spinning, barbless hooks only. There are disabled angling bays available.