17 10, 2017
The White Lady of Kinsale, The Haunting Tale of True Love that ended in Sorrow, Charlesfort where a Bride still haunts the ancient walls where her tragic suicide took place high above jagged cliffs and roaring seas.
13 10, 2017
Samhain was the festival of the dead. Ancestors were honored in Celtic Society, but demons and evil spirits were feared. During Samhain, it was also common to mark the door of your home with the blood of a slaughtered animal.
11 10, 2017
The Banshee means “Fairy Woman” or some say “Woman of the Fairy Mound” and is a common presence and theme in many Irish stories and within Irish Mythology.
10 10, 2017
The wonderful award-winning restaurant is situated on the ground floor of the Visual Arts Centre for contemporary art and The George Bernard Shaw Theatre, which is located in the beautiful grounds of Saint Patrick’s College in Carlow Town, County Carlow and the George Bernard Shaw theatre.
3 10, 2017
The Duckett’s grove we see today is the skeletal remains of this once glorious 19th Century Gothic Revival Mansion. The walls seem to whisper of passion, love, intrigue and violence.
21 09, 2017
Duncannon Fort was given to Wexford County Council in 1993 and now operates as a wonderful visitor attraction and Heritage Site. It is one of the best-preserved Star Forts in Ireland. As you walk to this magnificent Fort you are transported back in time, to an age of war and hostility.
10 09, 2017
Situated in County Waterford, Ardmore is one of Ireland’s most amazing locations. It is a scenic seaside resort and fishing village with magnificent coastal views, rolling cliffs surrounded by ocean that is home to an abundance of native Irish wildlife, many species are protected.
3 09, 2017
It is said that hurling was first introduced to Ireland in about 1200 BC when our Celtic Ancestors came to Ireland and it is mentioned in Ancient Laws of Ireland, The Brehon Law. Hurling has been played for over 3000 years.
30 08, 2017
The famous Bunratty banquets and Bunratty entertainers have been enthralling the minds of visitors since the 1960’s. Bunratty can also boast its outstanding Folk Park; the Bunratty Folk Village is a step back in time into Irelands past.
14 08, 2017
Leap Castle has the distinguished honor of being known as Ireland’s most haunted Castle. With its long and turbulent history and eerie discoveries found hidden beneath the castle, it is a title that is very fitting.