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Ballymurrin Quaker Farmstead is situated in the hamlet of Kilbride, 8 kilometres from Wicklow. The farmstead and burial ground offer a fascinating legacy, invoking the life of settlers during a calamitous period for religious communities.
Killenure Castle is a unique medieval site,circa 1560. Situated 5 miles /8km , Dundrum Road out side Cashel (Rock of Cashel) ,Co Tipperary.
Rathcarrick House. Georgian landowner's residence originally built in the 1790's, beautifully restored from ruins to a functioning family home. Approx 5 km from Sligo Town, off the Strandhill road, overlooking Sligo Bay.
Wells House Tour. This great Victorian House is waiting to be explored, located in the heart of Wexford. Wells House has something special for all: Woodlands, playground, Archery, Café & beautiful Garden
Finnerty's Mills is a restored corn mill with working waterwheel. The Mill is part of our industrial heritage being a recorded monument.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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