Touraneena, Co. Waterford

The small village of Touraneena is in County Waterford and is located approximately 20km (13 miles) from Dungarvan and 19km (12 miles) from Clonmel.

In nearby Knockboy there are ruins of a 12th century church, founded by St. Seskinane. Archaeologists say some of the stones come from an older 5th century church. The church structure also incorporates several Ogham Stones which pre date the arrival of Christianity in Ireland.

This is a beautiful unspoilt area of Ireland and the whole region is great for fishing, walking, hill walking, horse riding, golfing and fresh air and relaxation in general.


Cappoquin House - Lismore Cunty Waterford Ireland
Cappoquin House Garden
Cappoquin, Co. Waterford
Cappoquin House was turned back to front, when the 1779 house was rebuilt after it was burnt in the Troubles in 1923. Both the house and the garden gained from the new orientation which makes the most of the magnificent prospect over the Blackwat ...
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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

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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Dungarvan Farmers Market - County Waterford - Thursdays
Dungarvan Farmers Market

Gratton Square, Dungarvan, County Waterford

Thursdays - 9.30am to 2pm


Siobhan La Touche,

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Tourist Attractions

Ormond Castle - Carrick on Suir County Tipperary Ireland
Ormond Castle
Carrick-on-Suir, Co. Tipperary
Ormond Castle is located on the River Suir and the oldest part of the existing castle is a mid-15th century walled bawn, cornered on the northeast and northwest by towers. However some time after 1565 Thomas Butler, 3rd Earl of Ormonde added ...
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Wedding Venues

Ballymacarbry, Co. Waterford
Away from it all, up in the hills in the serenely beautiful Nire Valley, Paddy and Olive O’Gorman’s spacious farmhouse is set in its own gardens and provides a very comfortable and hospitable base for a relaxed rural wedding or honeym ...
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