Bagenalstown

  1. Lorum Old Rectory

    Bagenalstown, Carlow

    Nestled beneath the Blackstairs Mountains in county Carlow, the Lorum Old Rectory is a charming country house offering luxury B&B accommodation. Well renowned for their delicious home cooking, beautiful scenery and rich local heritage. Read more

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  2. Herb Garden at Kilgraney House

    Bagenalstown, Carlow

    Kilgraney House is a guesthouse located near Bagenalstown, County Carlow. The property is also home to spectacular flora, including herbal gardens, a kitchen garden, tea walk, medicinal herbal courtyard and much more. Read more

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  3. Carlow Brewing Company

    Bagenalstown, Carlow

    Come to Carlow Brewing Company in Bagenalstown to see how quality beer is made and when you are done taste the results. This is the home of O'Hara's Celtic Stout, Curim Gold Celtic Wheat Beer and Molings Traditional Red Ale. Read more

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  4. Ashlawn Garden Centre

    Bagenalstown, Carlow

    A member of the Carlow Garden Trail, the Ashlawn Garden Centre takes pride in its plants and aims to offer something for everyone, from the novice to the expert gardener. The centre is located near Bagenalstown, County Carlow. Read more

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  5. Knockrigg House

    Bagenalstown, Carlow

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    Modern, family home on N9. Close to Medieval Kilkenny, golf clubs, scenic walks, pubs and restaurants. Ideal touring base. Large comfortable guest lounge. Extensive breakfast menu. WIFI available for guests. Ideally located for walking and fishing. Read more

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  6. Orchard Grove

    Bagenalstown, Carlow

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    Situated on the N9 mid way between Carlow and Kilkenny. Ideal base for touring the South East region. Set in rural setting with landscaped gardens and childrens play area. Breakfast menu and dinner available on request. Walking packages available. Read more

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  7. Southern County Fishing Resort

    Bagenalstown, Carlow

    Ireland’s newest fishing resort and wildlife park, offers an experience which cannot be matched anywhere else in the country. Set on 45 acres of landscaped surroundings and breathtaking views, easily located 10 minutes off the M9 Motorway in Carlow. Read more

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  8. Ballymoon Castle

    Bagenalstown, Carlow

    This ruined castle dates back to the 14th Century. The castle comprises a courtyard about 80 feet square, with surrounding granite walls, 8 feet thick and 20 feet high. Read more

  9. Glenn Lucas Woodturning

    Bagenalstown, Carlow

    Glenn Lucas is one of the most established woodturners in Ireland today. Specialising in wood turned products, he balances his bowl production with an extensive teaching programme run from his County Carlow ‘Woodturning Study Centre’ in Bagnelstown. Read more

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  10. Ballyloughan Castle

    Bagenalstown, Carlow

    Located near Bagenalstown in County Carlow, the 13th century Ballyloughan Castle now comprises a twin towered gatehouse, the hall and foundation of one of the corner towers of a large castle of circa 1300. Read more

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