Kilgraney House

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Kilgraney House: There is a series of interconnecting herbal gardens. These are a large kitchen garden, tea walk, medicinal herb courtyard, medieval monastic herb garden and garden of aromatic and fragrant herbs.

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From Dublin:
Take the M7 southbound. Take exit 11 onto M9. After 6.2km continue on N9 south towards Kilkenny to Castledermot. To avoid delays in Carlow town, continue on the N9 towards Kilkenny/Waterford just south of Castledermot town. Continue on the N9 for 25.4km to Royal Oak, a marked junction. Turn left at Royal Oak and drive into Bagenalstown past the Church of Ireland Church. At the next crossroads turn right onto the R705 towards Borris. Continue on the R705 for 6km to Kilgraney crossroads. Turn right at the crossroads (house is signposted) and the house is the first entrance on the left.

Admission

Opening times (May - September):
MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturdaySunday
---14:00 - 17:0014:00 - 17:0014:00 - 17:00-

Prices:
Admission
€6.00

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Contact

Address: Kilgraney House, Borris Road, Bagenalstown, Carlow, Leinster, Ireland
Phone: +353 59 9775283
Email: info@kilgraneyhouse.com

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