The gardens at Altamont House are just one of the many attractions of County Carlow
County Carlow is a great hub for anglers. Here's the lowdown on angling in Ireland
Carlow Farmers Market is held each Saturday morning in the Potato Market, Carlow Town. There are a wide variety of producers...
Set on more than 2 hectares of land, Rathvilly Garden Centre is found in County Carlow. It provides a range of plants...
Graiguecullen Swimming Pool is fully heated, 25cm public facility, where visitors are most welcome. Sports therapist...
Carlow International English Language School enjoys a reputation for providing personalised, quality teaching, combined...
In the heart of the south Carlow countryside, at Saint Mullins, lies The Piano Gallery, housing Ireland's most extensive...
The Triple Bullaun Stone, in County Carlow is a large natural stone with three hollows scooped out which it is believed...
Sha Roe Bistro located in the scenic village of Clonegal is a popular dining experience for food enthusiasts.
The County Carlow Military Museum is housed in a late 19th century Church in Carlow Town. The museum has a wide range...
The Carlow Autumn Walking Festival is the perfect excuse for you to get out and enjoy the gorgeous Carlow countryside....
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