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Ireland. The Emerald Isle. This green land is a fount of literary and romantic heroes and the spiritual home for millions of Americas who trace their ancestry back to 19th and early 20th century immigrants escaping the potato famine. Across the Irish Sea is Great Britain. Many visitors to England find that a trip to Ireland is a practical and logistic possibility. Throughout Ireland are tourist attractions, some hundreds of years old, which are evidence of the country’s rich cultural heritage. In Armagh, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, is a shrine to Ireland’s patron saint. Donegal Castle in the town with the same name pays tribute to Ireland’s military history. Dublin, the biggest city on the Emerald Isle is site of Dublin Castle, former seat of British rule and is today a major government center. Phoenix Park in Dublin,is the “largest inner city park in the world”, and where you’ll find Ashtown Castle and the Dublin Zoo. On the literary front, the James Joyce Tower & Museum at Sandycove is a year-round tourist attraction. The mid-June Bloomsbury Festival draws visitors from all over the world, interested in seeing what Joyce wrought in his masterpiece Ulysses, with its wondering Dublin wanderer, Leopold Bloom. Wherever the spirit takes you on your trip to Ireland, don’t be surprised if apparitions of leprechauns and the melodious tones of the most musical English language spoken anywhere leave you completely enchanted.
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The Cliff House Hotel is a chic boutique hotel, full of personality and signature ocean features on East coast of Ireland. The Cliff House Hotel is like no other hotel in Ireland. With its imposing granite stone faade, the entrance to the hotel acts as a gateway to the breathtaking vista of Ardmore Bay, rolling out to the Irish Sea. The panoramic sea view seen through the floor to ceiling windows makes one momentarily feel like a passenger aboard a luxury liner. Encompassing 39 bedrooms, a rest
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This lovely and popular seaside resort is located on the West Waterford Coast on the Gaeltacht & Galltacht Scenic Drive. The vibrant village of Ardmore has won many awards for its attractiveness and its neatness, including the National Title in the Tidy Towns Competition. You’ll find traditional music and thatched cottages here, but it also lies within easy distance of stunning golf courses, sandy beaches and the thriving towns of Youghal and Dungarvan. Originally a 5th century monastic settlement, founded by St. Declan in 316 AD, it is reputed to be the first such settlement in Ireland. The monastery grew in eminence and, in the 12th century, was recognized as an Episcopal See. Ardmore Round Tower and Cathedral, perhaps the finest round tower in Ireland, looks out over the majestic sweep of Dungarvan Bay and the site attracts visitors today just as it did from the growth of its influence under St. Declan.
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An Seanachaí Bar & Restaurant has remained unspoiled by the 21st century and is still one of the great traditional Irish pubs and eating houses. An Seanachaí continues a tradition that began in the mid 1800s! We produce homemade wholesome foods using local produce where possible. Our old world dishes, like bacon and colcannon or hock of ham, with emphasis on the spud and our modern Irish dishes are always an offer at our restaurant. Drop in for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, we guarantee that you'll never go hungry.

Bridgie Terries
Bridgie Terries is a landmark of distinction and character. This typical Irish pub is over 200 years old. All types of food are served, and of special note are its Helvic Fish and Steak. There is music every weekend, and nightly during the summer months.

Eamonns Place is a traditional style family run bar with a strong sporting theme. The main bar area and dining room behind are in a comfortable traditional style and there's a well kept beer garden where customers can drink and eat in the fresh air. Locals pop in for the soup of the day, such as Parsnip and Carrot, or the main course, such as Lamb's Liver and Bacon Casserole, Chicken Cordon Bleu, or the Beef Olives.

One Star Michelin Hotel Restaurant
Whether you enjoy our Head Chef, Martijn Kajuiter's, delicious mix of Irish cuisine and international expertise in The House Restaurant or the 18-seater private dining room, he believes the food will speak for itself. Kajuiter's kitchen and restaurant is acclaimed by guests and destination diners from Waterford and all over Ireland, and it uses only the finest of local ingredients. "I want to work with seasonal products from the Irish soil and sea," he says. "Why? Because it's an Irish hotel!" The House Restaurant opens on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings.

Dine outside in our lovely back garden or inside in the main dining room or the bar counter. We are an unpretentious eatery that offers diners traditional and robust Irish recipes in a wonderfully atmospheric old Victorian pub. Our ingredients are carefully sourced from the local area; beef, lamb, mutton and pork from Michael McGrath on the main street; bacon, sausages, and puddings from Caherberg Free Range Pork Ltd; seafood from Ballycotton Seafood and O'Connell's in the English Market; game in season from Ballynatray Estate; vegetables and soft fruit are home-grown in the kitchen garden at Ballyvolane House and from H.R. Dowd in Lismore. Local beekeepers provide our honey and eggs used for baking and breakfast. We always have an assortment of chops, cutlets, steaks and pies on the menu at very reasonable prices. We are keen foragers so expect lots of wild food. O'Brien Chop House is open for lunch and dinner from Wednesday to Saturday and on Sundays they are open fot traditional Sunday lunch roasts from 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM.

The Tannery Restaurant, located in a disused leather warehouse, is known as one of the leading restaurants in the country and winner of the Georgina Campbell Guide in 2008. Over the years, the food has evolved into rustic and earthy cooking with a few whimsical twists. The cooking is always seasonal and can be inspired by what's growing in the garden, travel, and what the owner, Paul Flynn, is reading.

White Horses
White Horses Restaurant is a delightfully bright and breezy café-restaurant on the main street if this famous seaside village of Ardmore. They're open throughout the day with morning coffee, afternoon tea, imaginative lunches and an ambitious à la carte evening menu. Their traditional Sunday lunch runs all afternoon. Attractive and pleasant to be in, this is a friendly, well-run restaurant and equally good for a reviving cuppa and a gateau, a pastry from the luscious home-made selection on display, or a full meal.

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