Whatever part of Ardmore you love, you’ll find yourself within walking distance of some of our awe-inspiring landmarks. From a Cathedral to a Round Tower… Read More »Discover The Amazing Story Of The Duivhin Deaglain
Ardmore is a seaside village in County Waterford. It is located 40 miles between both Cork and Waterford and Clonmel. And, it forms part of… Read More »Do You Want To Find Out More About Ardmore?
There are many reasons to come and stay in Ardmore.
But, in essence, it is the unique combination of people, place, and heritage that naturally lend themselves to being part of Ireland’s Ancient East.
Ardmore’s impressive heritage areas range from the Round Tower to St Declan’s Well to something as unique as St Declan’s Stone.
But for many, it is the site of Ardmore Cathedral that stands out as being steeped in a rich cultural heritage – a land of saints and scholars.
Ardmore Cathedral is located on the site of St. Declans Monastery and was formally recognised as a Cathedral in 1170. A Recorded Monument it was first constructed by Meolettrim O Duibh-rathra sometime before his death in 1203.
There are many great reasons why Ardmore is famous. Its heritage leads the way as part of Ireland’s Ancient East. And, here’s just one of… Read More »St Declan’s Well Turned Out To Be Leading The Way To Ireland’s Amazing Ancient East
Over a beautiful bay, close to the border of Cork and Waterford, on Ireland’s Ancient East Trail stands one of the best-preserved examples of a… Read More »Imagine How Amazing It Feels Like To Stand On Top Of The Round Tower In Ardmore
Immerse yourself in the history, myths, and stunning beauty of Ardmore. A place inextricably linked with Saint Declan. For centuries this small seaside village and… Read More »How To Unlock Ardmore’s Amazing Heritage – An Beannachan
Like any village in Ireland, time marches on and the buildings evolve to meet the needs of the community. However, we include pictures of some notable losses: Colaiste Deuglan which once stood proudly in the village (within the same location of the Round Tower Hotel), the old Police Barracks (by Whitehorses and The Hall) and the old schoolhouse (in the car park).