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Newmarket-on-Fergus, Co. Clare

Newmarket-on-Fergus (Irish: Cora Chaitlín)(formorly known as Tradaree) is a village on the River Fergus roughly mid-way between Ennis and Limerick City in County Clare. Popular tourist attraction Bunratty Castle is nearby, but the village is best known as the home to Dromoland Castle, once the residence of the O' Briens of Thomond (the Lords Inchiquin), which is now a luxury hotel.

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Golf

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Adare Manor Hotel & Golf Resort
Adare, Co. Limerick
Course Type: Parkland
Designed by world renowned Robert Trent Jones Snr, the Adare Golf Club is considered to be Ireland’s finest parkland course and one of Mr. Jones’s crowning achievements. This magnificent 18 hole 7,125 yards championship course set ami ...
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Limerick Milk Market - County Limerick - Wed-Sun
Limerick Market

Milk Market, Limerick, County Limerick

Following a major renovation, this famous old market re-opened as an all-weather, all-year covered market in sum ...
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Caherconnell Fort
Kilfenora, Co. Clare
Caherconnell Stone Fort is an exceptionally well preserved example of the stone forts or stone ringforts, which are to be found in the Burren Co Clare. The fort is in its original state and its position, overlooking virtually all-surrounding area ...
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Lough Cutra Castle
Gort, Co. Galway
Lough Cutra Castle and Estate has a long and varied history with both highs and lows, including famine relief to the billeting of soldiers, a period as a convent and life as a private home. It was designed by John Nash who worked on Buckingham Pa ...
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