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Scrabo Country Park, centred at the top of Scrabo Hill near Newtownards, boasts incredible views.
This fully restored, working, 18th Century windmill, the oldest type in the country, was perfectly located to harness the winds sweeping over the plains of Elphin.
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.
Situated just outside Carlow town and originally a Georgian home of a noted Anglo-Irish family, Duckett’s Grove was rebuilt in flamboyant, Gothic revival style.
The Lisnacon Thatched Cottage is an integral part of North Cork heritage being one of the few remaining with the original turf ceiling. It was inhabited by successive generations of one family for over 200 years.
The Desmond banqueting hall is an imposing two-storey structure and was used by the Earls of Desmond for banqueting and entertainment. It is located in Newcastle West, County Limerick and was constructed during the 15th century.
Bantry House and Garden, the stunning stately home of the Earls of Bantry and their descendants the White family. The estate, situated overlooking Bantry Bay in County Cork, is open from April to October and includes a tearoom.
A substantial part of the front of the castle survives consisting of two large, square towers of four storeys, standing almost to the original height of 15.3 metres, connected by a wall of the same height and linked together by an arch on one side.
An historic building in Dublin, James Joyce House of the Dead is located in the city centre, and was the setting of Joyce's famous story "The Dead".
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