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Fantastic accommodation and brilliant communication with the owners. The holiday home features garden views and is 27 mi from Portlaoise.
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Short stay so the location was very central for touring around Carlow and surrounding areas. A beautiful part of the country that should be advertised more for tourism. Offering free high-speed WiFi and garden views, Matty's Pub - Apartment provides accommodations set in Carlow, just 9. The apartment is 9. Super kind host. Thanks Matt for all the help and for the great place to stay. This was our last place to stay for our family durning our two week vacation.
We would highly recommend. The apartment features garden views and is 28 mi from New Ross. Boasting free bikes and a garden, Corriebeg Cottage provides accommodations in an isolated countryside area, 6. Absolute gem in the Irish countryside! Fantastic room and luxurious bathroom with fluffy warm towels.
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Janie is a wonderful host and we very much enjoyed our stay in this peaceful cottage. Boasting mountain views, Lofty House provides accommodations with a garden and a patio, around 12 mi from Smithwick's Brewery Tour.
The countryside views and gardens. The welcome with some essentials in the fridge was a really nice touch.
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The accommodations is 25 mi from Enniscorthy, and guests benefit from complimentary WiFi and private parking available on site. The accommodations is 25 mi from Enniscorthy, and guests benefit from private parking available on site and free WiFi. Error: Please enter a valid email address. Error: Oops! An error has occurred.
We've sent you an email so you can confirm your subscription. List your property. We have more than 70 million property reviews, all from real, verified guests. The town sprang up within the townland of Moneybeg, or Muine Bheag in Irish meaning "small thicket". Walter Bagenal decided to build a town on the site, named "New Versailles" and modelled after Versailles in France. In the town became the first in Ireland to install dual language street signs, which remain in place today. The decision proved an ineffective one, and "Bagenalstown" remains in common use among locals.
Near Muine Bheag is Ballyloughan Castle , which comprises a twin-towered gatehouse and the hall and foundations of one of the corner towers of a large castle dating from about Ballymoon Castle is 3 km 2 mi east of Muine Bheag, and is thought to date from the 13th century.
Their activities include hiking, camping, kayaking and games. Muine Bheag is the local GAA club, formed in after the amalgamation of three former clubs. Muine Bheag has had a long tradition in cricket. The Bagenalstown Cricket Club was first formed in by the local millers , and is still in use. The club's logo is a grinding wheel , which was used in early milling.
There is a swimming pool on the approach road to the town from Leighlinbridge. The racehorse Danoli , described in as "the most popular racehorse in Ireland"  was trained near the town by Thomas Foley.
The town is on the River Barrow. It is at the junction of the R and R regional roads and lies on the eastern side of the R It is connected to the railway network on the Dublin — Kilkenny section of the Dublin-Waterford railway line. This connects the town to nearby Carlow, as well as Kilkenny to the southwest. Muine Bheag railway station opened on 24 July It was permanently closed for goods traffic on 6 September  and renamed "Muine Bheag" in The twinning charter, which is written in Irish, English and French, commits the two towns to "developing social, economic , cultural , touristic , and sporting links" between the two communities.