What’s so great about Drumshanbo!

Why young learners love to learn English in Drumshanbo

Culture and Music

Drumshanbo is famous for its annual traditional Irish music festival held in July of each year. Visitors come from all over Ireland to enjoy Irish music, song and dance.

Lough Allen

This lake is the largest on the River Shannon and is an area of outstanding natural beauty. Its remote islands provide the perfect place for getting close to nature. Its clean waters can be enjoyed for sailing, kayaking, wind surfing or simply as a stunning view from the shore.

Clean Fresh Air

The west of Ireland has some of the cleanest air in the world. While on a scenic walk or sailing on the lake, breathing in that clean country air is good for the soul!


Drumshanbo has hundreds of exciting activities on its doorstep. From water sports on the lake, horse-riding on local mountain trails to walking on the tree tops in Irelands largest forest park.

The nature

Ireland is famous for 100 shades of green, and you’re guaranteed to find all 100 shades in Drumshanbo’s beautiful countryside!

The people!

Lonely Planet voted the Irish people the friendliest in the world and chances are they based it on the people of Drumshanbo! The 700 residents are warm friendly people, they love to help our young students learn English and enjoy their language learning holiday in Ireland.