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Cave
“Marble Arch Caves and Global Geopark. A guided 75 walk through one of Europes Exquiste show caves. There is an ongoing programme of events that take place in the Geopark - Fossil fun days, heritage trails, guided walks and scavenger hunts.”
  • Doporučuje 19 místních
Další skvělé venkovní lokality
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“A National Trust property with excellent walks and 16th Century manor house.”
  • Doporučuje 5 místních
Restaurace
“One of Ireland's finest dining emporiums with owner, television celebrity cook, and cooking school proprietor Nevin Maguire welcoming diners from all over Ireland and the world annually, this venue offers the ultimate fine dining experience, and typically has a sometimes six month waiting list - so reservations essential well in advance.”
  • Doporučuje 6 místních
Park
“Dún na Rí Forest Park forms part of what was formerly the Cabra Estate which was owned by the Pratt family. Legend stretches back to the time of Cuchullain the Gaelic warrior who rested in these woods while fighting the armies of Queen Maeve of Connaught. The O’ Reilly family owned the lands up until the end of the 16th century when they were acquired by Thomas Fleming who built Flemings Castle . The ruins of the castle can still be seen in the park. The estate was acquired by the Pratt family and they built the town of Kingscourt in the years 1760-1770. The lands were acquired by the Irish Forest Service in 1959 and were developed into a forest park in the early 1970s. Dún na Rí was made famous in the song sung by Ruby Murray in the 50's 'Oh! To Be In Dún na Rí'. It is said that in going to the Wishing Well your wishes may come true (as the story goes by the late great story teller Michael Quinn.) There is a great diversity of wildlife in the Forest park. The flora is varied and in many areas spectacular. The tree storey is dominated by oak and ash but includes many other species often with an under storey of hazel, holly and rhododendron. The ground is, in season, carpeted with a rich layer of plants including snowdrops, bluebells, wood anemone, woodrush, foxgloves, wood sorrel and a wide range of ferns. Walking is a great way to experience the delights of Dun a Ri while also benefiting both physical and mental health. Set your pace to suit your enjoyment and you will quickly feel fitter and better. There are a number of beautiful sculptures within the park There is a pay barrier at this Forest Park. Check open and closing times on arrival. Parking Fee: €5.00 Per Car (Coins Only) Annual Access Card €40.00”
  • Doporučuje 8 místních
Point of Interest
“Known as the Stairway to Heaven. A boardwalk at the far end of the trail takes you to the top of Cuilcagh mountain (a table top plateau mountain). Either 8 or 11km depending on where you park. Parking is £5. Stunning views on a good day. This is a good hike so go prepared with water, food, torch etc. ”
  • Doporučuje 6 místních
Point of Interest
“The Park offers stunning views of Cuilcagh Mountain, West Cavan and the greater Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark. Before taking to the paths and exploring, spend some time in the visitors center interpreting the archaeological, geological and cultural history of Cavan Burren Park.There are five walking trails including one multi-access trail suitable for buggies and wheelchairs. There are superb examples of megalithic tombs in Cavan Burren Park including wedge and portal tombs, dating from the Neolithic Period. Visitor centre 4kms from Blacklion; left onto R206 off the N16 just west of town, signs for Cavan Burren. ”
  • Doporučují3 místní
Galerie
“Super museum to visit just a few miles away in Ballyjamesduff - be sure to check out the World War 1 trenches exhibit.”
  • Doporučují3 místní
Historická památka
“The fine dining Sandstone restaurant is a beautiful location to bring a loved one for a romantic evening or for a girlie catch up over afternoon tea. With the food they used all sourced locally and even grown on the grounds this award winning restaurant would be a shame to miss for foodies alike.”
  • Doporučuje 12 místních
Premise
“Great period house on estate owned by The National Trust. Pay on entry. Great walks, incredible walled garden. Cafe and shop (for gifts) on site.”
  • Doporučují3 místní
Lodging
“A beautiful Irish Castle, with an Irish wolfhound dog if you are lucky to see him. You can have a meal on the terrace or on the bar, a beautiful golf course and maybe a drink in the bar after.”
  • Doporučuje 6 místních
Establishment
“Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark catering for Children and Adults. See their website www.marblearchcaves.org for full informaiton.”
  • Doporučuje 5 místních
Natural Feature
“Beautiful walks in the forest around Lough Ramor. Watersports, angling, swimming, nature”
  • Doporučují2 místní
Bar
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“Serves delicious reasonably priced lunches and lovely for a quiet pint! Worth a daily visit during your trip!”
  • Doporučují3 místní
Park
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“Very popular visitor location only 10 minutes drive from Erneside Townhouses, and a National Trust property with tea rooms and visitor centre!”
  • Doporučují3 místní
Park
“Beautiful forest park wrapped around the Lough Oughter Lake system. Walks, cycle trails, picnic benches and swimming.Part of Failte Ireland’s Looped Walks Network”
  • Doporučuje 5 místních
Restaurace
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“Another award winning restaurant to satisfy the tastebuds, this time it blends Irish and Asian cuisine and of course sourcing ingredients from local suppliers you're guaranteed only the freshest ingredients. You can even expand your cooking skills with cooking demonstrations available for several different cultures.”
  • Doporučuje 6 místních