Laois

  1. Donaghmore Famine Workhouse Museum

    Donaghmore, Laois

    This evocative museum is housed in a restored workhouse originally built in the midlands during the early 1850s. It is situated in Donaghmore, near Portlaoise off the M7. Read more

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  2. Durrow Scarecrow Festival

    Durrow, Laois

    Jul 27 2014 - Aug 04 2014

    This 9 day event will leave a smile on your face with over 300 scarecrows to be seen throughout the village. The festival also hosts an art and craft exhibition and outdoor market at the weekends. Read more

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  3. Timahoe Round Tower

    Timahoe, Laois

    A carved, Romanesqe doorway makes this the most elegant round tower in Ireland. The round tower was built some time in the 1100s, on the site of a religious community founded by St. Mochua around 600. Read more

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  4. The Old Rectory - Coach House

    Portlaoise, Laois

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    An 18th Century luxury coach house, set in the courtyard of The Old Rectory Farm, in County Laois. This tranquil rural setting is an ideal centre for touring, golfing, fishing, hill walking, canal boating and horse riding. Read more

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  5. Kilvahan Horse Drawn Caravans and Adventure Farm

    Portlaoise, Laois

    The award winning Kilvahan Horse Drawn Caravan experience located in Coolrain, County Laois, gives visitors the opportunity to step outside of the everyday bustle and unwind in the beautiful Irish midlands in a unique way. Read more

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  6. The Old Rectory - Dawson House

    Portlaoise, Laois

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    The charming Dawson House is a three bedroom wing of the 18th century Old Rectory Farmhouse in County Laois. This tranquil rural setting is an ideal centre for touring, golfing, fishing, hill walking, canal boating and horse riding. Read more

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  7. The Heritage Golf and Spa Resort

    Killenard, Laois

    The luxury Heritage Golf and Spa Resort is located in the quaint village of Killenard, County Laois. The Spa at the resort offers a touch of tranquillity in a contemporary and luxurious setting. Read more

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  8. Rosedene

    Portlaoise, Laois

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    Modern bungalow set in mature gardens. Tastefully decorated to high standard. Walking distance from pubs and restaurants. Central location for touring, 80 kilometres to ferries and airport. Personal attention given. Tea and coffee always available. Read more

  9. Glendineoregan Loop Walk

    Clonaslee, Laois

    Clonaslee is at the northern gateway to the Slieve Bloom Mountains. A picturesque village, founded in the 18th century, here lies the traditional seat of the O’Dunnes. Clonaslee lies on the famous Slí Dála or Munster Way. Read more

  10. Sheeran Tours

    Abbeyleix, Laois

    Sheeran Tours offers a professional chauffeur and tour guide service covering Ireland's top tourist attractions and trips off the beaten track to see the hidden gems of Ireland. Read more

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