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  1. Kylemore Abbey and Victorian Walled Garden

    Kylemore, Galway

    Kylemore Abbey and Victorian Walled Garden was originally built by Mitchell Henry in 1867 as a romantic gift for his beloved wife and is now home to the Benedictine Order. The 1000-acre Kylemore Abbey is located just off the N59 in the midst of stun Read more

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  2. Swiss Cottage

    Cahir, Tipperary

    Swiss Cottage is an exquisite South Tipperary landmark, located south of the heritage town of Cahir and close to the River Suir. Visit Swiss Cottage to explore the Ireland of bygone times and get a sense of its true spirit. Read more

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  3. Westport House & Gardens

    Westport, Mayo

    First opened to the public in 1960, Westport House & Grounds is one of Ireland’s best loved heritage attractions. Read more

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  4. Ballyhack Castle

    Ballyhack, Wexford

    Ballyhack Castle is located on a steep slope in a commanding position overlooking Waterford estuary in Ballyhack. It is a large tower house, thought to have been built c. 1450. Read more

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  5. Strokestown Park House and Garden

    Strokestown, Roscommon

    Strokestown Park House is an 18th Century mansion, faithfully restored, retaining its original furnishings with professionally guided tours. It is located in County Roscommon and also has a six acre walled garden. Read more

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  6. Ballaghmore Castle

    Borris In Ossory, Laois

    Ballaghmore Castle is a unique and beautiful place. Set in the Irish midlands in County Laois, it is the perfect setting for a relaxing rural break. Read more

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  7. Russborough House

    Blessington, Wicklow

    Russborough House is a newly renovated stately house in Blessington, County Wicklow. Built between 1740 and 1750 in the Palladian style by Richard Cassels, Russborough offers guided tours and art exhibitions to visitors. Read more

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  8. Glenveagh National Park and Castle

    Letterkenny, Donegal

    Glenveagh Castle was completed in 1873, taking its inspiration from the concept of a romantic highland retreat. Situated 24 kilometres north west of Letterkenny, Glenveagh is the most northerly of the nations' six national parks. Read more

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  9. Bantry House And Garden

    Bantry, Cork

    Bantry House and Garden, the stunning stately home of the Earls of Bantry and their descendants the White family. The estate, situated overlooking Bantry Bay in County Cork, is open from April to October and includes a tearoom. Read more

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  10. Coolcarrigan House and Gardens

    Naas, Kildare

    Coolcarrigan House and Gardens are approached by a long, woodland avenue, which has a large collection of rhododendrons and azaleas. The formal gardens around the house have a good herbaceous border, rockeries and fine Victorian greenhouse. Read more

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