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  1. Ashbrook

    Derry-Londonderry, County Londonderry

    Ashbrook has been family home of the Ash family since before 1595. Read more

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  2. Gray's Printing Press

    Strabane, County Tyrone

    Behind its elegant façade is the fascinating story of ink, galleys, presses and emigration. Read more

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  3. Annes Grove Miniature Castle

    Castletownroche, Cork

    Situated in picturesque surroundings in County Cork, this medieval miniature castle at Annes Grove was designed by Benjamin Woodward of the distinguished firm of architects, Dean and Woodward, in 1853. Read more

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  4. Ballynatray House

    Kinsalebeg, Waterford

    The family of Smyth laid out Ballynatray House and Demense, Temple Michael, Co. Waterford, over a time interval of more than three hundred years. Read more

  5. Castle Balfour

    Enniskillen, County Fermanagh

    Built in about 1618 by Sir James Balfour, a Scottish planter. Read more

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  6. Dromore Motte and Bailey

    Belfast, County Antrim

    Dromore Mound (also known as Dromore Motte and Bailey). Read more

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  7. The Steam Museum and Lodge Park Walled Garden

    Straffan, Kildare

    The Steam Museum and Lodge Park Walled Garden,two attractions in the same place, are located only 15kms west of Dublin and are 5kms from 2 arterial roads, N4 and N7. Read more

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  8. Knappogue Castle and Walled Garden

    Quin, Clare

    Knappogue Castle was built in 1467 by Sean MacNamara, son of Sioda (who built Bunratty Castle) and has a long and varied history. Located just outside Quin Village, Knappogue Castle is just 15 miles from Shannon Airport. Read more

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  9. Dingle Lighthouse

    Dingle, Kerry

    The lighthouse itself is maintained by Dingle Harbour Commissioners and was built in 1885 for a total cost of €747.88. Its purpose is to guide boats to the seaward of the Crow Rock which may be seen off Eask Tower to the west. Read more

  10. Farmleigh House

    Castleknock, Dublin

    Visit yet another of Phoenix Park's attractions, Farmleigh. The former Guinness family estate has been carefully refurbished by the Office of Public Works and is open to the public when not hosting visiting dignitaries and heads of state to the capital city, Dublin. Read more

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