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Dungarvan, Co. Waterford

Dungarvan (Dún Garbháin in Irish) is a town and harbour and is the administrative centre of County Waterford. The town's Irish name means "Garbhan's fort", referring to Saint Garbhan who founded a church there in the seventh century.

Dungarvan is a great town to visit in Ireland's 'Sunny South East'. Activities in the area include sailing, walking, angling, diving and cycling. There are also galleries, craft shops and a garden trail.

Gardens

Ballymaloe Cookery School Gardens - Old Victorian Garden
Ballymaloe Cookery School Gardens
Shanagarry, Co. Cork
The gardens at Ballymaloe are delicious - traditional with an original twist, just like Darina Allen’s recipes. The first garden was made in the 1980s and, inspired by a the great French garden at Villandry, is laid out with a parterre of f ...
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Golf

West Waterford Golf Clubhouse
West Waterford Golf Club
Dungarvan, Co. Waterford
Course Type: Parkland
The opening of this fine, Dungarvan development in 1993, was a particularly proud occasion for the designer, Eddie Hackett, who was seeing his 100th course become ready for play. The course is located in the Brickey Valley, just outside Dungarva ...
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Self Catering

Selfcatering
Salterbridge Gatelodge
Cappoquin, Co. Waterford
Salterbridge Gatelodge, located in the glorious Blackwater valley, dates from the mid 19th Century. Situated on the Salterbridge estate, on the valley road a mile from the charming village of Cappoquin, The Lodge is only 6 miles from the Heritage ...
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What's On

Dungarvan Farmers Market - County Waterford - Thursdays
Dungarvan Farmers Market

Gratton Square, Dungarvan, County Waterford

Thursdays - 9.30am to 2pm

Contact:

Siobhan La Touche,

contact@dungarvanfarmersmar ...
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Tourist Attractions

Swiss Cottage - Cahir County Tipperary Ireland
Swiss Cottage
Cahir, Co. Tipperary
Swiss Cottage is a delightful 'cottage orné' or ornamental cottage situated on an elevated site and built in the early 1800s by Richard Butler, 1st Earl of Glengall to a design by the famous Regency architect John Nash. It was original ...
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Wedding Venues

Ballymaloe House - Wedding Venue - Cork
Ballymaloe House
Shanagarry, Co. Cork
Ireland’s most famous country house (modestly described as ‘a large family farmhouse’ in their Blue Book entry) is a place that may not immediately come to mind as a wedding venues, but the Allen family’s fine creeper-clad ...
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