Get off the M9 with this fantastic itinerary filled with interest through an under visited and very beautiful part of Ireland.
Built on the original grounds of Castletown House, this amazing and beautifully named building really is wonderful and well worth a post all of its own.
A little off the beaten track but worth a detour, Bridgetown Priory was established in the early 13th century by the Augustinians, and was one of the …
While the tour groups and crowds build up at Newgrange, you can slip quietly past and go instead to Loughcrew, where there are megalithic remains of …
Although no longer strictly an Island since the construction of a road to the mainland, Achill retains the sense of being a place apart.
Away from the crowds around the Cliffs of Moher there is a quieter but no less beautiful stretch of coastline in Clare, around peaceful Loop Head.
Abbeyleix is a planned town, built in the 18th century by the 2nd Viscount de Vesci, whose descendants still live in nearby Abbeyleix House.