Tullow, Co. Carlow

Tullow (An Tulach in Irish) is a town in County Carlow that is located on the River Slaney where the N81 road crosses.

Tullow is the main town in the east of the county and is a centre for anglers fishing the Slaney and other nearby rivers. In the market square stands a statue of Father John Murphy, the insurgent leader, who was captured near Tullow and executed in the Market Square on 2 July 1798.

The town is conveniently placed for exploring the beauty spots of south Wicklow and north Wexford. as well as those of Carlow itself.


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Mount Wolseley Golf Club
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Aughrim Farmers Market - Saturdays 11am-2pm

Aughrim Park Pavillion, Aughrim, Co Wicklow

Contact: Caroline Dillon 086 086 5838
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Sha Roe Bistro
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Henry Stone - well known for his years as head chef at nearby Marlfield House - and his partner, Stephanie Barrillier, hit the ground running when they opened this restaurant on the ground floor of a 1690 house on the main street of Clonegal, in ...
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