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Located adjacent to St Patrick’s College in Carlow Town, this early 19th-century cathedral was the first to be built after Catholic emancipation. It contains a statue dedicated to Bishop James Doyle, a champion of Catholic rights who is buried there.
Situated on the outskirts of Carlow Town, Oak Park Forest Park is an oasis of tranquillity and a popular destination for walking and educational visits. The park features colour-coded circular walkways of varying lengths.
The Rathanna Slí na Sláinte is 5.4km in length and affords spectacular views over Mount Leinster and the surrounding countryside of County Carlow
Greenlane House is a traditional Irish family home just 10 minutes walk of Carlow town center. Renowned for their spacious, en suite bedrooms and freshly cooked breakfast. It is a 10 min drive from the motorway, 1 hour from ferry and airport.
Barrowville House is a period, listed residence, set in it's own grounds and only three minutes walk from Carlow town centre.
Carlow town centre, en-suite, free parking, tea/coffee, hairdryer, clock radio, free WiFi.
This ruined castle dates back to the 14th Century. The castle comprises a courtyard about 80 feet square, with surrounding granite walls, 8 feet thick and 20 feet high.
Below the lock in Carlow is the fine modern marina of Ceatharlach Moorings, with overnight mooring facilities, toilets, showers, safe docking, recharging facilities.
In the heart of the south Carlow countryside, at Saint Mullins, lies The Piano Gallery, housing Ireland's most extensive range of pianos. This Gallery is a unique fusion of the musical and visual arts.
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