Born out of the copper mining industry, which thrived here in the last century before finally closing in 1982, this attractive village on the Avoca River is now more famous for the hand weaving looms and the craft shop of the Avoca handweavers. Avoca has also in recent years been recognised as the location for the well known series "Ballykissangle".
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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...
Meetings of the Waters, Vale of Avoca, Co. Wicklow
Ashton House is luxury guest house in the Vale of Avoca, location for the TV series Ballykissangel, beside the Meeting of The Waters, where the Avonmore and Avonbeg river meet.
Avoca, Arklow, Co. Wicklow
With scenic views of the Vale of Avoca and the surrounding countryside, Rockfield B&B also offers a peaceful garden and tea/coffee on arrival.
The Meetings Avoca, Avoca, Y14 VW08, Co. Wicklow
The Meetings B&B is located directly at The Meeting of the Waters. Guests can enjoy the property's communal balcony, which directly overlooks the Avonmore and Avonbeg rivers.
The Old Barracks, Kilcashel, Avoca, Co. Wicklow
The Old Barracks Avoca is situated in Avoca, 1.8 km from The Avoca Handweavers. Avoca Mines is 1.6 km from the property. Free private parking is available on site. All units have a satellite flat-screen TV.
Meeting Of The Waters, Avoca, Co. Wicklow
The Old Coach House is a 4-star guest house dating from 1780 next to the famous Meeting of the Waters, offering historic period décor and tea/coffee and cakes on arrival.