Emo Court was designed by the architect James Gandon in 1790 for the Earls of Portarlington and is a magnificent example of this neo-classical style.
Located in the sheltered harbour of Glengarriff in Bantry Bay, Ilnacullin is a small island of 15 hectares (37 acres) known to horticulturists and lovers of trees and shrubs all around the…
Completed in 1912, the property consists of gardens, lakes, woodland and architectural features.
Attractions include exhibitions, nature trails, audio-visual show. In addition there is a summer programme of walks, talks and special events for younger visitors.
Glenveagh National Park for your Family Outdoor Activities in Donegal all walks and family events are free of charge but booking essential .
Coole Park, now a nature reserve, was the home of Lady Augusta Gregory, dramatist and co-founder with Edward Martyn and W.B. Yeats of the Abbey Theatre.
Kylemore Abbey is the Monastic home of the Benedictine Order of Nuns in Ireland.
St. Enda’s Park One of Dublin city’s most charming and atmospheric parks, with its riverside walks, waterfall and walled garden.
The great semi-fortified house at Portumna was built before 1618 by Richard Burke or de Burgo, 4th Earl of Clanricarde.
The Burren Perfumery was founded 35 years ago at the centre of a quiet valley in the heart of the Burren.
Rathfarnham Castle has a very colourful and interesting history.
Thoor Ballylee is well known as the summer home of the poet W.B. Yeats and as the setting of his poems, “The Winding Stair” and “The Tower”.
You will be captivated from the moment you arrive when you get your first taste of honey rich mead.
These gardens are one of the most famous memorial gardens in Europe. They are dedicated to the memory of 49,400 Irish soldiers who died in the 1914 – 1918 war.
Dedicated to the memory of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, President of the United States from 1960 to 1963, the Arboretum is a plant collection of international standing.
A restored plantation caslte of the early seventeenth century, picturesquely situated on the shores of Lough Gill.