Hidden in a shrubbery near the main house at Curraghmore is an enchanting grotto — made entirely of shells!
Be inspired by the Ballydougan experience and make a pot yourself in our studio pottery or maybe organize a group of friends to get together for a night of pottery making craic. Group demonstrations available & classes to suit individual requirements.
Step through the doors of The Old Inn to experience nearly 400 years of history. The Old Inn stands on one of Ireland’s most ancient highways. Centuries of history sit snugly under the thatched roof of this delightful, historic Coaching Inn.
Located directly on a wind-swept beach that calls out to be explored and within walking distance of the tiny village of Maghery the setting of this remote Donegal seaside accommodation is spectacular and makes it a striking and beautiful property.
Step through the bright red door and if it weren’t for the electricity and running water, you might imagine you had gone back 200 years. This fabulous County Down holiday home is an old and historic country farmhouse which will welcome you into a holiday let you will surely remember.
Parkanaur is a large, rambling romantic Tudor Revival house which has evolved through the years. The Manor House is open to the public offering facilities for conferencing, functions and events.
Waiting to be explored is Wells House & Gardens, a great Victorian House and Gardens in the heart of Wexford. This historical house and garden attraction in Wexford has recently been opened to the public and is a great place for families to explore. Wells House & Gardens should definitely be on your list of places to see when visiting County Wexford.
Belfast Castle is set on the slopes of Cavehill Country Park, Belfast, Northern Ireland in a prominent position 400 feet above sea level. Its location provides unobstructed views of the city of Belfast and Belfast Lough.
This beautiful country house set in lush grounds originally belonged to the Innis family, but for many years now has served as the centre of operations for the Society of Missions to Africa.
Dramatic colours offset fine English and Irish antique furnishings, rattan furniture from the spice island of Cebu, and works by Russian, Irish, and English painters. The ambience is comfortable and welcoming, with floor-to-ceiling windows offering views of a charming sunken garden.