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Co Wicklow, Ireland
Designed by Christy O'Connor Jnr and Peter McEvoy the golf course at Rathsallagh has rapidly taken its place as one of the top golf courses in Ireland. After only two years in operation it was officially listed in the top 30 (out of over 350) of Ire
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Tulfarris Village, Near Blessington, Co Wicklow, Ireland
The 18 hole championship golf course was designed by Irelands renowned golf architect, Patrick J. Merrigan. The imaginative use of the natural landscape to blend an exciting design into an excellent golf layout is evident throughout the course. No t
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Co Wicklow, Ireland
In keeping with the tradition of the Druids Glen Resort, the sensational Druids Heath championship course provides a unique and thrilling experience for all golfers. Maintained to tour standards, the golf course is carved from the natural landscape
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Glen of the Downs, Co Wicklow, Ireland
This Parkland designed course which measures 6,443 yards from the back tees, plays much like a links course. The entire course has been designed and built to USGA specifications with sand based greens and tees. Course Designer Peter McEvoy's concept
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Blessington, Co. Wicklow, Ireland
Russborough was built for Joseph Leeson, later Earl of Milltown. Building began in 1741 and took ten years to complete. The architect was Richard Castle (Cassells). The house is built of granite and is in the Palladian style.
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Laragh, Co. Wicklow, Ireland
One of Ireland's most popular National Parks. Ruins of the monastery date to the 11th century, and a 1,000-year-old round tower.
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Powerscourt, Enniskerry, Co. Wicklow, Ireland
Located in Wicklow (19Km south of Dublin city centre) - in "The Garden of Ireland" Powerscourt Gardens, one of Ireland's finest remaining estates. It boasts having Ireland's highest waterfall and among the finest gardens in Europe.
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Strand Road, Bray, Co. Wicklow, Ireland
Experience close encounters with examples of marine life from Shrimps to Shark, Octopus to Eels.
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Rathdrum, Co. Wicklow, Ireland
Avondale House, once the home of Charles Stewart Parnell, one of the greatest political leaders of Irish History, has been refurbished by the Irish Forestry Board to the decor of c. 1850. A specially commissioned audio visual presentation is shown...
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Charlesland, Greystones, Co Wicklow
Set in the shadow of the famous Wicklow Mountains, Charlesland Golf & Country Club, designed by Irelands most celebrated and prolific course designer Eddie Hackett, designer of legendary links courses Waterville, Connemara, Murvagh and Enniscron
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Glendalough, Co. Wicklow, Ireland
The Wicklow Mountains National Park is among Ireland's finest and boast some of the country's most beautiful scenery. It encompasses 20,000 hectares of bogs, mountains, valleys, rivers, streams, lakes as well as plant and animal life.
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Kilquade, Co. Wicklow, Ireland
20 Different gardens designed by leading landscapers and gardeners. Visit the gardens and see the magnificent water and woodland garden with its flowing stream, oriental reflections with its clever use of mirrors, and all the others too numerous to mentio
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Dargle road, Bray, Co. Wicklow, Ireland
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Derrynamuck, Knockanarrigan, Co. Wicklow, Ireland
The cottage nestles in the shade of Kaedeen mountain at the top of a grassy lane off the Donard to Rathdangan road in Co. Wicklow. It is a fine example of a traditional thatched cottage built with local stone and whitewashed inside and out. It was from th
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Blainroe, Co Wicklow
With sea views from all 18 holes, this enjoyable and challenging parkland course carries the prestigious Hawtree & Son design signature. With a Par 72 length of 6175 metres the course is always well maintained and offers an interesting variety o
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Kiltimon, Ashford, Co Wicklow, Ireland
This fascinating 'secret garden' with its stone terraces, herbaceous borders, topiaries and lawns, has magnificent views of both mountains ans sea. Set in well- established broad-leaved woodland, the nature walk leads to the magical ancient Rath...
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1 Martello Terrace, Bray, Co. Wicklow, Ireland
James Joyce lived in this house as a child.
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Ballygannon, Kilcoole, Co. Wicklow, Ireland
See the farm where famous Glenroe television the series is filmed.
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Ballinanty, Greenan, Rathdrum, Co. Wicklow, Ireland
Farm museums & Maze situated at Greenan in the midst of the Wicklow mountains. The Farmhouse museum is a restored 1798 safe house used by rebel Michael Dwyer, houses a Bottle museum and displays typical 19th & 20th century interior.
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Ferndale Rd, Bray, Co Wicklow
Designed by Eddie Hackett, Old Conna is a testing, 18 hole, parkland course with panoramic views of the Irish Sea and Wicklow Mountains. Set in wooded terrain, strategically placed hazards and mature trees ensure a challenging round for even the mos
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Avoca, Co Wicklow, Ireland
Commenced only in 1995, this 3.5 acre garden was a prize winner for Design in the All Ireland Gardens Competition in 1999. Specimen trees, old roses, woodland, parterre, Japanese meditation area, Chinese bridge to island and brook. Only open to...
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Kilmartin Hill, Wicklow Town, Co. Wicklow, Ireland
Experience the harshness of prison life in the 18th century, the passion of the 1798 rebellion, the cruelty of the transportation ships and hope of a new life in Australia.
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Powerscourt House, Enniskerry, Co. Wicklow
Tara's Palace is undoubtedly one of the world's most significant Dolls Houses. Inspired by Sir Neville Wilkinson's celebrated Titania's Palace of 1907, Ron and Doreen McDonnell sought to recapture the spirit and purpose of Sir Neville, when they began the
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Avoca, Kilmacanogue, Co Wicklow, Ireland
The oldest working woollen mill in Ireland located in beautiful surroundings of Avoca, which is also known today as Ballykissangel
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Bray, Co. Wicklow, Ireland
Killruddery is unique in having the most extensive early formal gardens, still in their original style, surviving in Ireland, largely laid out in the 17th century and added to in the 19th century.
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Ashford, Co. Wicklow, Ireland
Mount Usher Gardens are amongst the loveliest in the country. They combine a long time famous collection of plants, gathered from all corners of the world, with a romantic garden planted in the tradition of William Robinson
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The Old Courthouse, Main St, Bray, Co. Wicklow, Ireland
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Greystones Road, Bray, Co Wicklow
Bray Golf Club is a magnificent USGA-standard parkland course, set in nearly 200 acres, combining stunning scenery with a classic layout. The course has been in play for a little over 2 years and was designed by Des Smyth (Ryder Cup Vice-Captain) an
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Rathdrum, Co. Wicklow, Ireland
Outdoor family adventure park including boating & crazy golf.
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Rathdrum, Co. Wicklow, Ireland
This is an arboretum particularly famous for its conifers and calcifuges, planted during the 19th century by Thomas Acton in conjunction with David Moore and his son, Sir Frederick Moore, curators of the National Botanic Gardens in Glasnevin. It was a tim
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