Search Results for 'Geography of the Republic of Ireland'

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Lough Ree Access for All Boat makes welcome Coosan Point visit

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The boat that we have all come to know from the Lotto ad, the Lough Ree Access for All wheelchair accessible boat, made a rare visit to Coosan Point on Lough Ree recently for a event organised by the Athlone branch of the Inland Waterways Association of Ireland (IWAI).

Outstanding family home in Ardrahan

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John Quinn & Co have just brought to the market an outstanding four bedroom detached property situated on wonderful grounds at Coolfin, Ardrahan. The property, which is in a walk-in condition, incorporates superb timber floors throughout.

Stunning architecturally designed home in Spiddal

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Keane Mahony Smith presents this superb four/six bedroom split level designed property located on a splendid elevated site of c1.4 acres with outstanding views over Galway Bay and the hills of Clare.

Four bedroom Bealnamulla property in prominent Athlone location boasts many attributes

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19 Millcross Road,

Brand new festival for Inis Meáin — another reason to visit

BY DECLAN VARLEY

Impressive detached home in Clybaun Court

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O'Donnellan & Joyce is offering for sale this stunning detached residence situated in the much sought after estate of Clybaun Court, Knocknacarra. Clybaun Court is beautiful development located just off the Clybaun Road Lower and is one of the most popular residential estates in the Knocknacarra area.

O’Donnellan & Joyce offers a spacious detached home in Kingston

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O'Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers presents to the market this spacious detached home in the sought after Oldfield residential development in Kingston, Galway.

O’Donnellan & Joyce brings superb mid terrace to market

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O'Donnellan & Joyce is selling a three-bed mid terrace property in the much sought after residential development of Drisin located on the Ballymoneen Road, Knocknacarra, Galway.

Fantasy castles in 19th century Connemara

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It must have been an extraordinary sight in the 1860s to see Kylemore castle rise from a bog in the heart of Connemara’s Twelve Pins, barely a decade following the devastation of the Great Famine. More than 100 men were employed, some coming from as far away as Renvyle and further, at a handsome wage of seven to 10 shillings a week, turning rough, soggy land, only good for shooting wild fowl and for fishing in its nearby lakes, into a magnificent building. Today it stands more like a palace than a castle, and is still a show-stopper on the Letterfrack road.

Watch the iconic Cong-Galway sailing race this weekend

The annual Cong – Galway Sailing Race, Europe’s oldest and longest inland water sailing race, will take place this year on Saturday August 27 2022.

 

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