Plan your escape. As Ireland’s oldest Christian site, Ardmore is ideally placed to take centre stage of Ireland’s Ancient East. And, Ardmore Waterford has so much to offer visitors. In the A–Z of Ireland’s Ancient East, it is not surprising that the first letter is given to Ardmore. A is for Ardmore. The Round Tower… Continue reading Introducing Your Secret Magical Getaway On Ireland’s Stunning Ancient East
Decidedly grounded, with one foot in the past and the other foot firmly looking to the future, Ardmore conjures up dreams of peaceful adventure and delivers 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 finally put down… Continue reading It’s Here: Ireland’s Sensational Ancient East And The Unparalleled Attractiveness Of Ardmore, County Waterford
Ardmore Waterford offers so much more than a city break. And, walking around Ardmore, you’ll be amazed at the beauty of this little seaside hideaway. Dig a little deeper and you may even stumble on the unusual. Discover the “Well of the White Cow”? Stare at the “Stinking Corner”. And, even seek out the “Cave… Continue reading You Won’t Believe Some Of The Remarkable Place-Names You Can Now Discover In Ardmore
Sleepy lanes and idyllic walks define Ardmore, Waterford. You’ll find thatched cottages, twisting streets, artistic treats, and culinary delights. And, you’ll soon start to wonder why on earth you haven’t come here sooner. As you breeze down Main Street and romance a while into the wonderful Brigid Shelley Gallery, you’ll start to fall in love… Continue reading This Year You’ll Fall In Love With Ardmore, Waterford (Again)
This is a unique 4km walk with beautiful seascapes. Breathtaking views. Legends. Wildlife. Battle sites. And don’t forget, it’s simply smothered in Irish Heritage. It should take you around an hour to complete. Look out for the yellow arrow on brown background waymakers to led the way. From the village, head up past the Cliff… Continue reading You’re Running Out of Time! Here’s How To Avoid Missing Out On The Cliff Walk
It is such a privilege to include this wonderful film by Katie Lincoln. For everyone that knows of Reilly’s Bar, and indeed the brilliant game of 45 that takes part there every Friday night, you’ll appreciate the truly unique nature of this place and weekly event. Michael once described the game of 45 as being… Continue reading You’ll Be Sorry If You Miss “45” – An Amazing Film By Katie Lincoln
100 years on we appropriately remember all those involved in Easter 1916.
On any sunny day on the cliff walk in Ardmore, you’ll expect to see many locals and visitors alike looking out to sea hoping to catch glimpse of the whales that grace our coastline. Fortunately, these encounters are also far more frequent. And, we are hoping that our recent series of posts on the shipwrecks… Continue reading Introducing The Amazing True Story Of Hans Rose And The Crew Of The U-53 In Ardmore
No visit to Ardmore is complete without a visit to the ruins of Ardmore Cathedral. Located just a short stroll from the Main Street in the heart of Ardmore Village, the site was formally recognised as a Cathedral in 1170. It underwent several phases of construction over the centuries and the present building showcases various… Continue reading Sure-Fire Ways To Unlock The Secrets Of Ardmore Cathedral
Behind every door is a story. And, every window a perspective. Way back in 2009, there was a brief discussion between Mary Moloney as chairperson of Ardmore Tidytowns and Michael Reilly. This then led to an email exchange about the history of Main Street in Ardmore with James Quain. James then wrote a lovely draft… Continue reading Do You Know The Story Behind Every Door In Ardmore?