Indulge your fairytale fantasy at one of Ireland's luxury castle hotels
Downton Abbey comes to life in Ireland's manor houses
This County Tipperary icon was once the seat of the kings of Munster
You never know what stories lie behind these historical fortresses
The birthplace of Irish revolutionary and chairman of the Provisional Government, Michael Collins.
Originally known as 'Strong's Orchard', the Ebrington site was first used for military purposes.
Prehen House is one of the North West’s most historic buildings.
The gable wall with its slogan“You Are Now Entering Free Derry” was painted by John Caker Casey, ...
The Masonic Centre in Limerick is located in the midst of the tourist and heritage area of the city, directly across...
Galway Arts Centre's building at 47 Dominick Street was built in the 1840s as a residence for the Persse Family. The...
Kinbane Castle is a little-known jewel,a secluded ruin at the bottom of a steep cliff face.
Designed by Paine Brothers in the 1830’s. It has a most imposing entrance from Washington Street.
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