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- So interesting. History is actually more current. Take the lead tour to get more insight. American connection is fascinating.Written 26 September 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- As a Canadian our idea of history pales in comparison to how old things are in Europe. This was a beautiful Cathedral with and amazing history to it. I would recommend everyone pay the extra and climb up the round tower. It gives a great view of the town and also gives you a feel for what they had to endure if attacked and had to hold up in the tower.Written 23 September 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- One of a kind experience. You’ll walk the property to see ruins of a lost village and see border collies at work. Joe and Shep were amazing.Written 25 September 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- If you are into ruins, especially amazing ones don't miss this one. easy drive from Kilkenny and the attendant at the visitors center was excellentWritten 4 September 2023
- This house was owned by a wealthy merchant who had 11 children. We enjoyed walking through it and visualizing what it would have been like to live there. We especially loved the gardens. They were lovely. If you have time , you should visit.Written 16 September 2023
- Please don't let the name keep you from enjoying this oasis in the city. The abbey is a peaceful place to reflect, experience His presence, and admire the vibrant stain-glass windows. There are other interesting historic religious artifacts, however the abbey's endearing asset is its stain-glass windows.Written 20 August 2023
- Great day out at the park. We did the Octagon & Zipline package. The staff were very professional and friendly. They hooked us up to the harnesses and checked everyone was prepared and made us practice before we climbed on to the game. The Octagon was a workout trying to balance at a height. The zipline is great fun, I was nervous as I was due launch from drop off point, but the staff member was lovely, and she put me at ease. Once you get moving it is a thrill and over in a flash, but the views over the park as you move across it are beautiful. I can't wait to go back.Written 2 August 2023
- Excellent tour given by the owner. You have to request a tour by email or phone. Can’t wait to ask my local liquor store if they will get their whiskey for me!Written 8 September 2023
- A very surprising visit, with immensely large trees from all over the world, planted 150 yrs ago. For instance you'll fins the largest sequioa tree in Europe. We were amazed by the Noble fir walk and the rhododendrons which were huge. We had no idea what to expect when we entered the garden and the arboretum, but it turned out to be a real secret garden, hidden in the hills above Inistioge. Well worth a visit, €5 entrance and you get to stroll around as long as you like and enjoy the results of the architectural mind of Lady Louisa Tighe from 150yrs agoWritten 29 July 2023
- Beautiful gardens and waterfall. Nice place to wander around and lost. Nice picnic areas. Plenty to see.Written 29 July 2023
- Well kept Cathedral that is worth seeing, if even just as a pitstop while walking around the city. I wouldn't go there to see that specifically, but it's good for what it is.Written 7 September 2022
- It was great to visit this atmospheric institution, not only for the plentiful information available but also because of its lengthy history.
Established in the late 1500s for the indigent and destitute of the city, a service it continued to provide until the early 1800s.
By the way, the staff told us that the Information Office is imminently relocating to new premises. They didn’t know what role this evocative building will have in the future.Written 23 September 2019
- From morning coffee and scones at the Mullicháin to all the sights along the way it was a splendid walk along the river and canal banks that make up the Barrow Way. For pure "away from it all" relaxation this is a little bit of Heaven. Graiguenamanagh was beautiful with its floral displays and Barrow views and the lovely Waterside Cafe to top it off. Whether you hike it or bike it its a lovely journey.Written 6 September 2022
- Sitting in the glorious glass pods ,beneath the walls of the Lantern of Ireland and the Augustinian friaryWritten 24 March 2023
- Capuchin monks established an almshouse on this site in the latter half of the 18th century. The lovely church we see today was established in the mid-1800s.
An impressive nave of light pink hue takes the sight to the fine altar area. Columns and arches sweep along and provide space with side chapels and various offerings.
Beautifully decorative, the high altar has a holy painting as its backdrop, complemented with attractive stone work.
Striking statuary is to be seen. One sculpture shows the poignant scene of Christ down from the cross with grieving women around him.Written 30 September 2019