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Articles tagged as "Galley Head Lightkeepers Houses"

Walks: Rugged Coastlines and Historic Towns

May 29, 2014

Coastal walks never fail to interest and inspire people and as an island we are fortunate to have some stunning coastlines. An hour’s drive from Annes Grove Gatelodge in Castletownroche will bring you to Ballymacoda for Knocknadoon Head Looped Walk. The world famous Cliffs of Moher are located not far from our Loop Head Lightkeeper’s […]

From Full Irish Breakfasts to Cheese Boards – Cork & Wicklow highlights

April 11, 2014

Clonakilty Pudding is famous all over the world. The town of Clonakilty has much to offer the food lover. It was the first Fair Trade Town in Ireland and is now part of the Cittaslow (slow food) movement. It has a wonderful Friday food market and a huge selection of award winning restaurants. Need we […]

Wild Atlantic Way – go west and go wild

March 24, 2014

Last week we celebrated St. Patrick’s Day here in Ireland. It tends to mark the beginning of the official tourism season of the year. One of this year’s new initiatives from Failte Ireland (our national tourist board) is the recently launched Wild Atlantic Way. You can enjoy some of the visual highlights in the video link […]

Lighthouse Love

March 11, 2014

We are delighted to announce the continuation of our working partnership with Commissioners of Irish Lights. It is thanks to this relationship that we have the existing properties of lightkeepers’ houses at Galley Head in Co. Cork, Blackhead in Co. Antrim, Loop Head in Co. Clare and Wicklow Lighthouse in our portfolio. Watch this space […]

To the lighthouse – Financial Times of February 8, 2013

February 8, 2013

“A 19th-century keeper’s cottage on a remote peninsula now belongs to the Irish Landmark Trust, The lighthouse keeper had such brilliant blue eyes that my friend couldn’t stop staring at him…” click here to read the full article by Catherine Mack in the Financial Times of February 8, 2013