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Carlow's countryside is wonderful with beautiful landscapes, the majestic Blackstairs Mountains and the winding River Barrow. Explore Carlow's many beautiful tranquil gardens.

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Carlow - Your Adventure and Holiday Destination

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Make a break for Carlow in the Sunny South East. Come and discover a diverse landscape of rolling mountains, tranquil valleys and meandering waterways peppered with historic towns and villages, ancient ruins and fine estate houses and gardens. The region has excellent outdoor activities and is home to three of Ireland’s key national walking routes, the South Leinster Way, the Barrow and the Wicklow Way.

History

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The county is steeped in historical and archaeological artefacts including churches, tombs, castles and historical ruins. The most prominent natural feature is the 5000 year old granite formation known as Brownshill Dolmen. Brownshill Dolmen is in fact Europe's largest portal dolmen.

 

Glorious Garden Trail

Search for bed and breakfast accommodation near The Barrow Way CarlowWith it's temperate climate and good soil, Carlow has a whole range of superb gardens neatly packaged into a dedicated garden trail for visitors to enjoy. The trail features 18 different attractions, both large and small including the magnificent Altamont Gardens, near Tullow.

Due to its central location Carlow is a perfect base for exploring the surrounding counties. Carlow B&Bs are the ideal choice of accommodation as they are situated in countryside, village and town locations.

 

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