Fenagh, Co. Carlow

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Gardens

Newtownbarry House Gardens - Bunclody County Wexford Ireland
Newtownbarry House Gardens
Bunclody, Co. Wexford
The restoration of the gardens at Newtownbarry House has all the excitement of memories brought back to life. After 50 years of neglect, sturdy saplings and rampant brambles had to be cleared to reveal the layout of the historic sunken garden.&r ...

Golf

Kilkea Castle Golf Club - Kilkea Castledermot County Kildare Ireland
Kilkea Castle Golf Resort
Castledermot, Co. Kildare
Course Type: Parkland
Kilkea Castle Golf Course is an 18 hole par 70 championship golf course with lush fairways, excellent greens and well manicured areas will challenge the most experienced golfers. The course offers a challenging round and encourages you to use eve ...

Self Catering

Blanchville House - Self Catering - Maddoxtown County Kilkenny Ireland
The Coachyard & Gardener's Cottage at Blanchville House
Maddoxtown, Co. Kilkenny
The delightful Victorian Coach House in the grounds of Blanchville House has been sensitively converted to provide three very comfortable self-catering units. Situated five miles (8km), 10 minute's drive from the Medieval City of Kilkenny and ...

What's On

Carlow Market - Carlow - Saturdays
Bridewell Lane, Carlow Town, Saturdays - 9am to 2pm

Stalls include:

Home Bakery, Organic Food and Vegetables, Meat, Flowers, Cheese, Apples, Juices, Hot Food.

E ...

Tourist Attractions

Jerpoint Abbey - Thomastown County Kilkenny Ireland
Jerpoint Abbey
Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny
An outstanding Cistercian abbey founded in the second half of the 12th century that is notable for its stone carvings, including one at the tomb of Felix O'Dulany, Bishop of the Diocese of Ossory. The church with its Romanesque details dates from ...

Wedding Venues

Wedding
Waterside
Graiguenamanagh, Co. Kilkenny
Brian and Brigid Roberts’ restaurant and guesthouse is a favourite spot for the many who love the waterside setting of their attractive old warehouse beside the River Barrow, the quaintness of Graiguenamanagh town - and Brigid’s whole ...
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