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Carlow Trails of the Saints

Trails of the Saints

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Carlow is a county with an exceptionally rich ecclesiastical heritage with a number of sites of national significance. These include the monastic site at St. Mullins, the Romanesque doorway at …

Arboretum Inspirational Gardens

Arboretum Inspirational Gardens

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Arboretum Lifestyle & Garden Centre has created an exciting display garden to inspire the modern day customer. Helping visitors to create their own dreams while showing them that gardening is …

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Athy Historic Town Walk

Athy may have been named for a Munster chieftain killed in the 2nd century, but the Kildare town is today a peaceful heritage haven, with official status as a Heritage …

Lea Castle Portarlington-Courtesy of National Library of Ireland

Lea Castle

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Lea Castle is located on the Dublin Road just outside of Portarlington. It was built circa 1260 by William de Vesey and was protected to the north by the River …

Woodville Garden.

Woodville House and Gardens

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Woodville House and Gardens are situated on a working farm just two miles from New Ross, Co. Wexford. The Georgian house belongs to the Roche Family who have lived here …

St. Mullins quayside

St. Mullins

The peaceful village of St. Mullins in South Carlow is situated on the River Barrow, nestling between the Blackstairs Mountains on one side and Brandon Hill on the other. The …

Ducketts Grove

Duckett’s Grove Walled Gardens & Pleasure Grounds

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Duckett’s Grove, the 18th, 19th and early 20th century home of the Duckett family, was formerly at the centre of a 12,000 acre (8,093 hectares) estate that has dominated the …

Arlington House

Portarlington

Portarlington located on a bend on the river Barrow was founded in 1666 by Henry Bennett, Lord Arlington. In the late 17th early 18th centuries Portarlington was the Paris of …

Bagenalstown

Bagenalstown

Bagenalstown, otherwise known in its Gaelic version as Muine Bheag is sited on a pleasant reach of the River Barrow and derives its name from Walter Bagenal, who in founding …

Ballymoon Castle 1

Ballymoon Castle

Ballymoon Castle is a national monument, situated 3km from the town of Bagenalstown. Starting with the walk up from the road across a small footbridge, you will be full of …