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With its pretty blue and white paintwork and bold signage, you can’t miss Bowe’s Foodhall and Café. Set in a handsome 18th century building on the main square in Durrow, it has been run by Sarah and Shane Bowe since 2013 and, well known for its good f ...
Peter and Shelley Stokes’ substantial 18th century country house midway between Dublin and Cork is an impressive building with some magnificent period features, and offers comfort and relaxation with style. A large marbled reception area with fresh flowers gives a ...
It’s easy to spot The Pantry – the beautiful smartly-painted exterior, hanging baskets and large windows are a welcoming sight on the Square. In fact everything about Ladonna McCartan and Mark Healy's café is welcoming, from the attractive rooms to the ...
A handsome town with wide tree-lined streets, Castlecomer attracts many visitors for a day out at the fantastic Discovery Park which counts exciting tree top walks among its attractions, along with woodland walks, two fishing lakes (rainbow trout), a collection of wooden ...
On the edge of the town and set well back from the road, this is a hotel with a difference: how many hotels have a welcoming array of exotic animals like Jacobs sheep and alpacas grazing in grassy enclosures? Beside them, a well laid out (and well lit) car park is set ...
In the centre of Carlow town, directly opposite the Cathedral, this stylish and sociable venue has everything that makes a good night out. As soon as you enter through the gated courtyard and up the steps, a little piece of Spain appears. The atmosphere is authentic wit ...