Discover an Ancient Monastery and enjoy Stunning Views
Explore hidden gems in Irelands Ancient East
St. Mullins, Clashganny View Point, Rustic O’Sheas Pub and Nine Stones View Point – €65p.p, min 4 people required, max 8 people
About 6 hours
Inclusive personal guide and transport for the day
St. Mullins – this ancient monastery was once as important as Glendalough or Clonmacnoise
Nestled on the banks of the River Barrow and Hidden from View, we discover an ancient Monastery, founded in the 6th century by St. Moling.
Did you know, he started the longest running ferry service in the world?
Additional to the remains of the monastery, you can discover an ancient grave yard, a Norman Motte and a penal altar.
Why not have a cuppa in Mullichain Cafe after you discovered the Holy Well and the Mill Race
Enjoy the View of Clashganny Lock – the most photographed lock in Ireland on the River Barrow. Did you know that the Barrow is the second longest river in Ireland?
Discover one of the most picturesque villages in Co. Carlow: Borris – why not having a pint in the quaint O’Sheas Pub? Did you know that the Kings of Leinster once had their seat here?
Let us stop at the foothill of Mount Leinster: Nine Stones. Have a look of counties Carlow, Kilkenny, Wexford and Tipperary and meet our friends, the wild horses of Mount Leinster. Where did the Nine Stones get the name from? Our guide will tell you the story