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Dating back to 1760, Mount Congreve Estate is renowned for its gardens, which include about 30 hectares of woodland and a walled garden.
Knockaderry Reservoir is located 12km southwest of Waterford City, just off National Route N25. It holds a native stock of wild brown trout and is also stocked occasionally with brown and rainbow trout by the Fisheries Board.
Visitors to the Waterford and Suir Valley Heritage Railway in County Waterford can experience the beauty of the Suir Valley and panoramic views of the River Suir from a period railway carriage.
Experience the magic of rail at Ireland’s longest narrow gauge railway! Board the train at Kilmeadan Station to set off on an exciting journey through the countryside along the banks of the majestic River Suir, get a glimpse into Mount Congreve Gard
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