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Emo, Co. Laois

This fine Georgian mansion was built by James Gandon, renowned builder of the Four Courts and the Customs House in Dublin, in 1796 for the Earl of Portarlington. It is open to the public by appointment.

On this page you can see a map of Emo, see what's on in Emo, find out how to get to Emo, find things to see and do in Emo, visit local websites for Emo, find Guesthouses in Emo.

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Bus to Emo

  • Bus routes operated by Bus ireann:
    • 124:
      • Dublin (Busras) - Portlaoise (Laois Shopping Centre N80)
      • Portlaoise (Meehan Court N80) - Dublin (Belfield)
  • Bus routes operated by Dublin Coach:
    • 726:
      • Laois Shopping Centre
      • Zone 14
  • Bus routes operated by Slieve Bloom Coach Tours:
    • 829:
      • Portlaoise - Tullamore Hospital via Portarlington
      • Tullamore Hospital - Portlaoise via Portarlinton

Things to See and Do in Emo

Emo Court Emo Court

Emo, Portlaoise, Co. Laois, Ireland
A house surrounded by beautiful gardens and parkland which were first laid out in the 18th century and contain formal lawns, a lake and woodland walks with many very fine trees and shrubs.

Guesthouses in Emo

The Gandon Inn The Gandon Inn

New Inn, Emo, Co. Laois
Offering a restaurant and bar, The Gandon Inn is located in Emo, 700 metres from the exit off the M7 motorway. Free WiFi is available throughout. Rooms at the Gandon Inn all come with a flat-screen TV, carpeted floors and a tea/coffee maker.

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