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Doe Castle is situated about 1 mile off the Carrigart to Creeslough road. This MacSuibhne castle is protected on three sides by the sea, while on the landward side a moat has been hewn from the rock.
Ruins of mansion built by Sir Toby Caulfield in 1619.
Farney Castle was built in 1185 and is the only round tower in Ireland occupied as a family home. It is located in Holycross, County Tipperary and also has a knitwear and porcelain design shop.
Oranmore Castle was built between the 13th and 15th centuries. Originally a De Burgo (Burke) stronghold, An Cáislean Mór or The Castle of the Well played a pivotal part in the defence of Galway during the Confederate Rebellion in the 1640's: provisions were shipped from the castle to the besieged fort of Galway.
Mobarnane is an historic 18th Century Georgian Country House located in the heart of the Golden Vale in South Tipperary, ten minutes from the Rock of Cashel. It is a large rural family home hidden away in its own tranquil parkland setting.
Considered to be one of the finest courthouses in the country, Carlow Courthouse was designed by William Vitruvius Morrison in 1830 and is located in Carlow Town.
Located just steps from the famous castle in Blarney, County Cork, Blarney House dates back to 1874. It is surrounded by an expanse of parkland with rare trees, formal gardens, manicured lawns, rose beds and more.
Rathcarrick House. Georgian landowner's residence originally built in the 1790's, beautifully restored from ruins to a functioning family home. Approx 5 km from Sligo Town, off the Strandhill road, overlooking Sligo Bay.
The RPSI was formed in 1964 to preserve and operate steam locomotives on Irish railways.
Lagan Valley Regional Park is a tranquil piece of the countryside on Belfast’s doorstep.
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