A spine-tingling abbey, great crafts and seriously good hurling... Kilkenny's where it's at
Pick up a taste for hurling, gardens and good food in the heart of the county
How and where the Vikings left their mark in Ireland
From the castle to the crafts to the cafés – Kilkenny's got it covered
Ballymore Schoolhouse Garden is set on two acres with myriad features, 25m Laburnum walk with Zen watercourse, a mirror...
Pony Tales Stables is a family run riding school near Killarney, Co Kerry. They pride themselves on being able to help...
New Street Jewellery and Gifts of Bantry, County Cork offers a wide array of silver jewellery, vintage jewellery and...
We run I.S.A sea going and certificate courses, power and sail. Our coastal skipper and yachtmaster classes are R.Y.A/M.C.A...
Traditional Irish Pub serving quality food and drink, in a friendly atmosphere.
Choose from a range of options including the Kingfisher Bar and adjoining conservatory lounge where food is served daily...
St Mary’s Parish Church stands on the site of a Cistercian Abbey built in 1199.
Pudding Row founded by Dervla James, of the Pepper Pot in Dublin, the café is a breath of fresh air to West Sligo, serving...
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