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If you are driving North towards Thurles on any Ireland tours there is a wee hidden gem worth a stop. Ballynahow Castle is a circular castle tower built by the Purcell family in the sixteenth century. The castle stands next to a farmhouse "Ballynahow Castle Farm" and...

Evidence of how the richest of the Enniskillen colonists lived is found about a mile southeast of the town. Castle Coole is a must see attraction on any Ireland tours that take you near Enniskillen. Designed by James Wyatt and completed in 1798 it was the lakeside...

Strangford is a tiny village in County Down. It is worth a visit on any tours of Ireland because ...

The coastline north of Kilkee is one of fine cliffs and sandy beaches , though not all of them are accessible on Ireland tours. Doonbeg is accessible and is a relaxing spot where you will see seals and otters. There is also the beautiful and stunning...

On any Ireland tours heading Northeast from Glencolmcille , the minor road to Ardara runs through the heart of the peninsula , travelling through the dramatic Glengesh Pass before spiralling down into wild but fertile valley land. This drive is a must see attraction. http://www.google.co.uk/images?hl=en&source=hp&q=glengesh+pass&gbv=2&oq=glengesh+pass&aq=f&aqi=g3g-v7&aql=&gs_sm=3&gs_upl=1203l5453l0l6219l13l13l0l2l2l0l438l2109l0.3.5.0.1l9l0&oi=image_result_group&sa=X Just before...

Duleek , five miles South-East of Slane on your tours of Iteland , is an historic little place founded by St Patrick , who settled St Ciaran here to build the first stone church in Ireland and found a monastic settlement ; it was also an early bishopric. The...

Roscrea sits on a low hillock between the Slieve Bloom Mountains to the North East and the Devils Bit to the South West. It is a charming place , with streets running down the hill slopes...

We at Ireland Luxury Tours http://www.ilt.ulidiacollege.com have exclusive packages available for the golf. There are luxury holiday homes and apartments available to rent...

Ballitore is an old Quaker village where the Anglo-Irish political philosopher Edmund Burke (1729-97) was educated before going to Trinity College , Dublin. The Ballitore Quaker Museum above the village library, which is housed in the old Friends Meeting House, gives a vivid picture of...

The name Cahir means fort , and you will not be disappointed if you visit this "fort" on any Ireland tours. The castle is Anglo-Norman and goes back to the thirteenth and fifteenth centuries , though the virgin appearance of the outer shell is deceptive. A...