Departure We will depart from the agreed pick up point with our luxury coach and experienced guide. Enjoy a morning break for hot tea / coffee and freshly made scones en route to…More
We will depart from the agreed pick up point with our luxury coach and experienced guide. Enjoy a morning break for hot tea / coffee and freshly made scones en route to your first stop.
County Carlow (Irish: Contae Cheatharlach) is a county in Ireland, part of the South-East Region and the province of Leinster. It is named after the town of Carlow, which lies on the River Barrow. It features mountains, glorious countryside and river valleys all close at hand. Carlow is known for its rich store of historical and archaeological artifacts from pagan sites such as the Brownshill Dolmen and for its ecclesiastical settlements, many of which are of national significance.
After a great day out, you will depart for your evening meal. Here you will enjoy a 4 course meal before returning home.
Although entertainment is not included, it may be added for an additional cost.
Heywood Gardens were completed in 1912, and
consist 50 acres of gardens, lakes, woodland
and architectural features. The gardens have a
spectacular setting on a hillside looking southeast
over a sweep of undulating country which
takes in seven counties. Enjoy a walk lined
with lime trees that leads to a formal terrace
overlooking the surrounding countryside. In the
sunken garden, circular terraces descend to an
elongated pool, where small statues of turtles
gaze inquisitively at the grand fountain. Heywood
promises to be a destination not to be missed.
Enjoy a guided Tour of Delta sensory Gardens,
“An Oasis of Peace and Tranquility”, The gardens
are set on a 2.5 acre site with 16 interconnecting
gardens located on the outskirts of Carlow Town.
The gardens have so much to offer the visitor
during all the seasons of year, from the bright
and beautiful daffodils and tulips in Spring to the
breathtaking colours of the autumnal foliage.