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Collon, Co. Louth

Collon was previously a manorial village of the Foster family from nearby Oriel Temple - now the Cistercian Abbey of New Mellifont where visitors are welcome during the daylight hours.

The village architecture is of the late 18th century and consists of two rows of two storey estate houses with a grassy market place in the upper end. On the north-eastern corner of the crossroads stands Collon House built c1740 by the chief baron Anthony Foster with a later 18th century addition.

Collon is close to the town of Drogheda and to numerous local championship golf courses.

Gardens

Ardgillan Castle - Balbriggan County Dublin IReland
Ardgillan Castle & Demesne
Skerries, Co. Dublin
Corrupted from the Irish Ard Choill (high wood), Ardgillan was aptly named until the Rev Robert Tayleur paid labourers a penny a day to clear the land for his new home in 1737. The estate, with its Gothicised house situated in a 200 acre park abo ...
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Golf

Hollywood Lakes Golf Club - Ballyboughal Swords County Dublin Ireland
Hollywood Lakes Golf Club
Swords, Co. Dublin
Course Type: Parkland
The golf course at Hollywood Lakes is truly a test for every category of golfer. Currently there are 11 lakes and water features that sees water impact on 9 out of the 18 holes. Combine this element of the design with a multitude of trees a ...
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Self Catering

The Cottages - Self Catering Cottages - Bettystown County Meath Ireland
The Cottages
Bettystown, Co. Meath
Traditional thatched cottages were once very typical of this part of Ireland and, although the six that make up this beach-side hamlet look so immaculate that you could be forgiven for thinking they are new, they are actually about 300 y ...
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What's On

Castlebellingham Market - County Louth - First Sunday each month
Castlebellingham Market

Bellingham Castle Hotel, Castlebellingham, County Louth

First Sunday of month 11am - 6pm

Contact:

Irish Organic Trading Ltd.

Tel: +353 ...
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Tourist Attractions

TouristAttractions
Battle of the Boyne
Drogheda, Co. Louth
The Battle of the Boyne between two rival claimants of the English, Scottish, and Irish thrones King William III and his father-in-law, King James II, was fought on 1 July 1690 (11 July according to our modern calendar). French dominance in Europ ...
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Wedding Venues

Wedding
Red Bank House & Restaurant
Skerries, Co. Dublin
Located just 25 mins on the new M1 from the airport (compared to almost 45- 1 hr from southside Dublin) Terry McCoy’s renowned restaurant in the characterful fishing port of Skerries is in a converted banking premises, which adds to the atm ...
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