Kilmacanogue, officially Kilmacanoge ,County Wicklow, Ireland.
The village lies on the junction of the R755 to Roundwood and the N11, 5 km south of Bray town centre. It lies between the Little Sugar Loaf to the east and the Big Sugar Loaf to the west in the northeastern foothills of the Wicklow Mountains, near the Glen of the Downs. Avoca Handweavers have one of their earliest outlets at the northern end of the village.
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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
Avoca, Kilmacanogue, Co. Wicklow
The Fern House is a beautifully bright and airy table service restaurant with tall windows opening out to its own paved terrace. Built in the style of a Victorian fern house, it's spacious and plant-filled - including orange & lemon trees.