East Coast & Midlands GuideEast Coast and Midlands is a region of Ireland. The main access points when it comes to getting into Leinster are by road, sea and air. Traditionally Leinster has both been the most developed area in Ireland and the most populous area in Ireland. HotelsFind hotels in Dublin, Athlone, Glendalough, Bray and more.
Popular in East Coast & MidlandsDublinDublin is the capital city of Ireland. Its vibrancy, nightlife and tourist attractions are noteworthy, and it is the most popular entry point for international visitors to Ireland. AthloneAthlone/Baile Átha Luain, meaning "The Town of the Ford of Luain". is a town in County Westmeath in Ireland's East Coast and Midlands. GlendaloughGlendalough is a historically important monastery & village in County Wicklow in Ireland.
In East Coast & MidlandsCounty DublinCounty Dublin is a traditional county in Ireland. It is located in the tourist region of East Coast and Midlands. County OffalyCounty Offaly is in Ireland's East Coast and Midlands located in the province of Leinster. County WicklowOften referred to as the Garden of Ireland County Wicklow is a beautiful mountainous region of Ireland's East Coast and Midlands. County LaoisCounty Laois is in Ireland's East Coast and Midlands. The area now known as Laois was originally inhabited by the O'Mordha Clan. County WestmeathCounty Westmeath is in Ireland's East Coast and Midlands. Westmeath is located within the province of Leinster and is part of the administrative Midlands Region. County MeathCounty Meath is in Ireland's East Coast and Midlands. County Meath was formed from the eastern part of the former kingdom of Mide but now forms part of Leinster. County LouthCounty Louth is in Ireland's East Coast and Midlands. This is a county steeped in myth, legend and history, going back to the pre-historical days of the Táin Bó Cúailnge. County KildareCounty Kildare is in Ireland's East Coast and Midlands. It is south of Dublin and also borders County Wicklow and County Laois as well as County Meath. County LongfordCounty Longford is in Ireland's East Coast and Midlands. The territory now comprising County Longford was traditionally known as Annaly, Tethbae or Teffia and formed the territory of the Farrell clan.