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- We started by walking around the grounds on the River Nore side then back towards the castle. So beautiful early in the morning. The amount of portraits was kind of mind blowing. The history of the families that lived there and are still descendants around today was wild. The Great Hall was amazing. A great tour and glimpse into the past.Written 23 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.
- Joe was our guide at Jerpoint Park.
He was welcoming and funny and full of history. The site is beautiful and we had all the time we needed to explore. No rushing.
The walk across the field in amongst all of the stone from the long road and the town set your imagination running wild.
After we were finished Joe brought his young dog Glen out and gave us a herding demonstration. I was in awe of the relationship between this man and his dog.Written 18 September 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- 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
- 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
- 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
- This whole place is a delight. It’s different from many heritage attractions as it’s lived in by the owners. Geoffrey did a wonderful tour of a house crammed with artifacts, books and stuff. Lots of history here, as well as masses of paintings by Geoffrey’s partner. Even two young boys who had obviously decided beforehand that the house tour would be boring, perked up and became interested. The garden is quite wild, but children would love to explore it. Included in the gardens is a roofless church and overgrown spooky churchyard that you have to search out in the undergrowth. A nice café, with friendly staff selling good coffee and cakes. Worth dropping into even if you just want a coffee as it’s just off the main road.Written 17 September 2023
- My wife was very interested on the gift shops displaying many items made be artisan crafts people on site. She bought a little book of inspirational sayings which she thought would prove useful.Written 31 May 2022
- We had a lovely walk, not quite sure where we were going at times but a great couple of hours. Very peacefulWritten 27 September 2020
- If you’re looking for the best time in Ireland I highly recommend this pub! Great music great food and beerWritten 22 September 2023
- Great local pub with a clientele of locals to interact with. Feels exactly like a pub should feel. People interacting over a pint and chatting. It was our 50th anniversary and a local man bought us pints!!!!! what more do you want???Written 4 September 2023
- Our third trip to The Devils Menu was a full day experience. Working with John and working through a plethora of new dishes. Prior to the session we had a call with John so he could get an understanding of what we wanted to learn and work on and then planned a comprehensive menu based around this. The fun didn't stop all day and it was a fantastic experience to learn from very talented chef. The ever present Hazel was there to to make sure that John was kept on track. Thanks to you both, a great day and we have already tried a. Couple of the dishes at home. Can't recommend highly enough.Written 27 March 2023