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Bray Golf Club is a magnificent parkland course comprising USGA specification greens, set in nearly 200 acres, combining stunning scenery with a classic layout. The course was designed by Des Smyth (Ryder Cup Vice Captain) and Declan Brannigan.
Cultural organisations all over Ireland open their doors late for an evening of free events for all.
Baltinglass Outdoor Education Centre in County Wicklow is a refurbished Vocational School owned and managed by County Wicklow Vocational Education Committee. The centre provides a variety of outdoor education programmes.
This traditional links was formed by Hawtree and Taylor in 1927. It has been described as a hidden jewel. The Southern Region of the Irish PGA held its 2001 and 2002 championships here. Backspin golf magazine rates Arklow 29th best links in Ireland.
Clone House is a hidden treasure located between Arklow and Aughrim in County Wicklow, the Garden of Ireland. Offering guests elegant country house accommodation, this is an ideal base from which to explore Wicklow.
Set in a peaceful location in scenic gardens just minutes from the quaint town of Ashford in County Wicklow, Mount Usher View B&B offers comfortable and spacious ensuite guestrooms and delicious home cooked breakfasts.
More than 30 beautiful gardens are open to visitors to The East Coast and Midlands Region. Some are on the grand scale, with lakes, fountains and classical sculpture – and shaded by giant specimen trees.
Warm welcome awaits all visitors. Suburb situation overlooking Ashford Village. Short walk to Famous Mount Usher Gardens and lovely Devils Glen. Adjacent to Druids Glen golf course. Short drive to beautiful Brittas bay sandy beach. Glendalough 20 mins drive away. Dun Laoghaire Port half hour drive away. Dublin Airport one hour away. Garden for guest use with picnic tables & benches.
Quality Approved Golf Course | Approved to Fáilte Ireland standards, which means the services and facilities have been independently checked out before you tee-off.
This mid 19th century seaside house, was the family home of the famous Irish writer James Joyce. It is also significant in that it is the setting for the Christmas Dinner scene in Joyce's book, 'A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man'.
From €199.50 per night
From €200 per night
From €12 per person per night
€199 until end of 2015
From €180 pps
€200 per four ball Monday – Thursday, €50 pp
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