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Set on the Wicklow Coast this challenging championship course is a test for all handicap ranges and a pure joy to play at any time of year. The course, designed by Hawtree, is renowned for testing and fast greens with running fairways in the Summer.
Located just one hour south of Dublin Airport, Rathsallagh is an 18-hole championship golf course set in a peaceful oasis of 530 acres of parkland. This magnificent course is on rolling parkland with thousands of mature trees, lakes, streams.
Wicklow Golf Club was Designed by Pat Ruddy and the late Tom Craddock, this course is set between the scenic splendour of the Wicklow Mountains and the Irish Sea. You will find 18 holes of unbeatable golfing pleasure at Wicklow Golf Club.
Woodenbridge Golf Club, founded in 1884, is one of Ireland's longest-established golf clubs. The Patrick Merrigan-designed, 18-hole, par-71 parkland course is a true gem, providing all golfers with a challenging round.
Mount Usher Gardens are privately owned gardens laid out along the banks of the Vartry River in Ashford, County Wicklow. Designed in the Robinsonian style, they measure 20 acres and contain around 5,000 different species of plants and trees.
Arboretum is located in Kilquade, County Wicklow and is home to The National Garden Exhibition Centre with 20 individually inspirational gardens. There is also a children's play area, a café and a well stocked garden centre.
Russborough is a stunning Palladian Mansion, open 7 days a week offering guided house tours in English, German and French. Located 22km from Dublin City off the N81 and 4.5km from Blessington, County Wicklow.
Killruddery House and Gardens near Bray in County Wicklow has been home to the Brabazon family (the Earls of Meath) since 1618. The gardens are among the oldest in Ireland, providing the perfect destination for relaxing and leisurely walks.
Birthplace and home of Charles Stewart Parnell (1846-1891), Avondale House and Forest Park is set in a magnificent forest park of over five hundred acres in Rathdrum, County Wicklow.
Glendalough Visitor Centre is nestled in the spectacular scenery of County Wicklow, known as Ireland’s Garden County. It was built to showcase the Glendalough monastic site, one of Ireland's most famous landmarks and attracts many global visitors.
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