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Inistioge Vacation Packages
Inistioge Vacation Packages
From Inistioge, the city of Dublin stands 70 miles to the northeast.
15 miles south of this destination is Ballyhack. When you arrive there, go to House of Waterford Crystal.
You'll be glad to know that you have a range of attractive beaches at your fingertips. Brittas Bay Beach, 50 miles to the northeast, and Morriscastle Beach, 35 miles to the east, are two great choices.
The area surrounding Inistioge features a number of fabulous natural areas. Two recommended attractions close by to Inistioge are Wexford Wildfowl Reserve (25 miles away) and Rathgall Stone Fort (30 miles away).
Arrive in a natural wonderland only minutes away at Woodstock House and Gardens.
If you're passionate about Gaelic football, you will love the energy at Dr. Cullen Park. It's the home grounds of the Carlow GAA and Carlow GAA, and located in Carlow, 25 miles to the north of Inistioge. Relive the match's highlights over a few drinks with local fans after the game in one of the nearby pubs, clubs or bars.
For something different, go and see Carrigleade Golf Course and Woodstock Estate. They're located in The Rower, roughly 2 miles from Inistioge. St. Mullins, yet another interesting place, is home to Clashganny Lock and Borris Golf Club. This destination is 6 miles away.
You should experience Thomastown. It's approximately 7 miles to the northwest of Inistioge and it has some excellent attractions, including Mount Juliet Golf Course, Kells Priory and Jerpoint Abbey. Grennan Castle and The Watergarden are other places here that you won't want to miss.
Discover the range of flavors of Kilkenny by tasting its food and drinks.
A delectable meal is only as good as the quality of its ingredients. Luckily for us, the mutton and pork here are fantastic.
Irish stew (lamb or mutton with potato, onion and parsley) and bacon and cabbage (pork back boiled with cabbage and potato) are well-known dishes that you have to try at least once.
Scrumptious treats, such as sweet seedcake loaf, are certainly something to write home about.
Order yourself a bottle of Murphy’s Irish Stout, one of this region's homegrown beers.
If you are not really a drinker, Club Orange (similar to Fanta) is a nice alternative.
You should be happy to learn that the 17th of March is Saint Patrick’s Day, a day of celebration for the entire nation.
As the curtains fall on your Kilkenny vacation, you may find yourself making plans to soon return to this delightful destination.
You don't have to worry about catching your flight. Just be sure to remember that the closest airport is 19 miles to the south.