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  1. Clonalis House

    Castlerea, Roscommon

    Clonalis House is the ancestral home of the O' Connors of Connacht. The family are decesdants of the last High Kings of Ireland and they were the traditional Kings of Connacht. Read more

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  2. Mount Vernon

    Newquay, Clare

    Mount Vernon is a lovely Georgian Villa built in 1788 on the Burren coastline of County Clare with fine views over Galway Bay and the surrounding area. Read more

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  3. The Steam Museum and Lodge Park Walled Garden

    Straffan, Kildare

    The Steam Museum and Lodge Park Walled Garden,two attractions in the same place, are located only 15kms west of Dublin and are 5kms from 2 arterial roads, N4 and N7. Read more

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  4. Shankill Castle and Gardens

    Paulstown, Kilkenny

    Shankill Castle is an 18th-century building surrounded by stunning parkland near Paulstown, County Kilkenny. The garden features Victorian favourites, such as Sequoias and self-sown ash trees. Read more

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  5. Toureen House

    Ennis, Clare

    This three story house lay in ruins for over one hundred years until it was restored in 2002. It is now a comfortable family home. Read more

  6. Killruddery House and Gardens

    Bray, Wicklow

    Killruddery dates from 1618, it's now a working estate, with a walled garden project, open gardens, house tours, a tearoom, a farm market once a week and a full events program. Killruddery is a short distance from Dublin, close to public transport. Read more

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  7. Brideweir House

    Conna, Cork

    Situated at the end of a long and gently curving driveway, Brideweir is an excellent example of a nineteenth century glebe-house. Brideweir is without doubt of significant historical, architectural, scientific and aesthetic interest to the locality. Read more

  8. Drishane House

    Castletownshend, Cork

    Drishane House, built 1780, weatherslated and graceful, the ancestral home of the Somervilles; Edith Somerville (of Somerville and Ross) lived there. The house is set in 18 acres of gardens and woods above Castlehaven bay. Read more

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  9. Healy's Thatched Cottage

    Kanturk, Cork

    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. Read more

  10. Woodford Bourne Warehouse

    Cork City, Cork

    Woodford Bourne & Co traded in Cork city for over 250 years. The warehouse was the hub of the companies bottling, storage and distribution operations supplying four shops in Cork and one in Limerick. Read more

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