Crookedwood is a small village in County Westmeath on the R394 regional road.
Overlooked by the dominating hill of Knockeyon to the north, the village rests between the pine-covered hills as they roll down towards Lough Derravaragh, and located about 8 km north of Mullingar, at the south-eastern tip of the Lough.
Similar to Lough Lene, in Collinstown, the nearby Lough Derravaragh fishing interests are also promoted by the Crookedwood community to the European and occasional American tourist.
Historically it was called Taghmon , after the townland it occupies.
Transport[edit sourceÂ | edit]
Bus Ãireann route 447 provides a link to Mullingar on Thursdays only. The nearest rail service can be accessed at Mullingar railway station approximately 11km distant. Sport[edit sourceÂ | edit]
The local hurling club, Crookedwood G.A.A, play in the intermediate division of the Westmeath hurling championship. Gallery[edit sourceÂ | edit] See also[edit sourceÂ | edit] List of towns in the Republic of Ireland References[edit sourceÂ | edit] edit sourceÂ | edit] Crookedwood GAA Website
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Crookedwood House, Crookedwood Village Mullingar County Westmeath Ireland., Mullingar, Co. Westmeath
Surrounded by scenic green fields and rolling hills, Crookedwood House is situated 9 minutes' drive from the N4 road and just 1 hour from Dublin. The nearby town of Mullingar is 12 minutes' drive away.