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  1. Mussenden Temple and Downhill Demesne

    Coleraine, County Londonderry

    Located in the beautiful surroundings of Downhill Demesne near Castlerock in County Londonderry. Read more

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  2. Kilkenny Design Centre

    Kilkenny City, Kilkenny

    Kilkenny Design Centre is situated in what was once the stables of historic Kilkenny Castle, and is fittingly located adjacent to the National Craft Gallery one of Ireland’s most exciting artistic venues. Read more

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  3. Baronscourt Estate

    Omagh, County Tyrone

    Situated in a sheltered valley in the foothills of the Sperrin mountains in Ireland’s County ... Read more

  4. Oakfield Park

    Raphoe, Donegal

    Oakfield Park is a beautifully restored 18th Century Georgian deanery sitting in a lush landscape with 100 acres of parkland and mature woodlands. Read more

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  5. The White House Heritage Centre

    Newtownabbey, County Antrim

    The White House has nestled on the Northern Shore of Belfast Lough for over 400 years. Read more

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  6. Forthill Park And Cole's Monument

    Enniskillen, County Fermanagh

    Pleasantly wooded town park with walks, shrub gardens and children's play area. Read more

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  7. Meander

    Foxrock, Dublin

    Meander is a two-storey, flat-roofed, detached house, dating from 1939. Read more

  8. Bishops Palace Limerick Civic Trust

    Limerick City, Limerick

    The Bishops' Palace is adjacent to King's John's Castle, it is the restored home of former Protestant Bishops of Limerick. The Palace has a classical facade and is related to the English Palladian style. Read more

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  9. Crosshaven House

    Crosshaven, Cork

    Crosshaven House is an 18th century Country House in the centre of Crosshaven. Built in the Palladian style in 1750, this fine cut limestone ashlar building has a 3-storey central block with two detached pavilions to east and west. Read more

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  10. Ceann Sibeal Sybil Head Tower

    Ballyferriter, Kerry

    The Tower was built just before 1880 as a consequence of fear of an imminent Napoleonic invasion of England, using Ireland as a back door. It was 40 feet high and 30 feet square. Read more

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