Decidedly grounded with one foot in the past and the other firmly looking to the future, Ardmore conjures up dreams of peaceful adventure and meets them every time. The Round Tower and Cathedral are the villages defacto icons and Ardmore Bay and the Cliff Walk inspire every visitor to want to put down roots here. In fact, there are some that believe that once you visit Ardmore once that it will forever stay in your heart.
There are many ways that you can travel to Ardmore but if you are taking the scenic route from Waterford to Ardmore, you’ll see enchanting sleepy seaside villages, the ever breathtaking sea views, the rolling Comeragh’s and the wonderful town of Dungarvan that are all along the way.
And, when you arrive you can bake in an enticing trail of delicious food, inspiring arts and crafts, architectural triumphs and centuries-old built environment on this incredible tour through Ardmore – all along Ireland’s Ancient East.
But do take your time to experience the culture, cuisine and history of Ardmore, County Waterford.
If you want to know where to stay, you’re almost guaranteed to fall in love over and over again.