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Bantry House is set against a steep hillside above the southern shore of Bantry Bay in South West Cork , Ireland. Climbing the Hundred Steps behind the House gives the visitor one of the most breathtaking views in the country. The House and Garden in the foreground...

The renowned Irish photographer "Chris Hill" has spent over a year creating a magnificent photograph collection covering the four provinces of Ireland. Scenic Ulster , Scenic Leinster , Scenic Munster , and Scenic Connaught are 4 magnificent volumes covering popular sights and fantastic scenes...

The Londonderry Arms Hotel was built in 1848 as a coaching inn by Frances Anne Tempest, Marchioness of Londonderry. Frances Anne was the grand-daughter of Randall William, sixth Earl and second Marquis of Antrim. He was the great great grandson of Sir Randall MacDonnell, the first...

Malahide Castle is one of the oldest and most historic castles in Ireland and well worth a visit if you find yourself around Dublin on any Ireland tours. Malahide itself is a little town which is quaint and beautiful with some great restaurants and the...

Limerick may not be on the itineraries of many Ireland tours but the castle in the city is interesting and a hidden gem worth looking at. St Johns Castle was built between 1200 and 1210 and was repaired and extended many time in the following centuries. The...

Bushmills Irish Whiskey is made at Ireland’s oldest working distillery in County Antrim near the coast in Northern Ireland. The brand portfolio includes five award-winning whiskeys :  Bushmills , Black Bush ,  Bushmills 10 year Malt ,  Bushmills 16 year Malt , and Bushmills 21 year...

Portbradden is a picturesque fishing village under the cliff at the end of White Park Bay on the North Coast...

Kinsale is in County Cork and one of the most picturesque, popular and fashionable resorts of the south-west coast of Ireland. It has to be seen on any Ireland tours. Famous for its beautiful yachting , sea angling , Dolphin & Whale Watching Trips , gourmet...

The archaeological collection at Dublin museum is the primary repository of ancient Irish artefacts and an indispensable source for researchers into the development of Irish civilization from prehistoric times until the end of the Middle Ages and beyond. If you find yourself in Dublin on Ireland tours check out...