South Wicklow | Doire Coille Farmhouse

By: Doire Coille Farmhouse  05/12/2011

At the Meeting of the Waters, the Avonmore and beg rivers come together to form the Avoca River. It is a beauful site and well travelled over the years. It was on this very spot that Thomas Moore wrote his famous Irish Melody “The Meeting of the Waters”. For a pretty jazzy 360 degree view of the actual Meeting site, visit Look Around Ireland. Below is the famous poem by Thomas Moore written about the place. . . “The Meeting Of The Waters, There is not in the wide world a valley so sweet As that vale in..

One of Irelands finest East Coast beaches, Brittas Bay is the perfect location for a family day out. Winner of numerous awards, the beach is 5 km of beautiful white sand dunes and clean beaches. It is also an area of huge ecological importance to the area. Visit Go Ireland for a good location map and for information about the site. Map Coordinates 52º 53´ 0″ N, 6º 3´ 0″ W Decimal 52.883333°,..

Famous for being the oldest surviving working mill in Ireland today, Avoca handweavers was established in 1723. Here you can enjoy the hand weavers hard at work producing the lovely woven woollen rugs and fabrics which became the hallmark of the company in its early days. For more information, directions and things to do visit Ireland Guide and their official website

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Glendalough Area | Doire Coille Farmhouse

Glendalough (Gleann Dá Loch, meaning “Glen of Two Lakes”) is a glacial valley located in County Wicklow, Ireland, renowned for its Early Medieval monastic settlement founded in the 6th century by St Kevin, a hermit priest, and destroyed in 1398 by English troops. Billed as ‘Ireland’s Most Outstanding Outdoor Adventure Park’, it is without a doubt the best, healthiest way to entertain your children, and yourself, in the area.


North East Wicklow | Doire Coille Farmhouse

One of Europe’s great treasures and Ireland’s most famous House & Gardens” Originally an important strategic site for the Anglo-Normans, by the year 1300 a castle had been built here and was in the possession of the le Poer family from which it takes its name.


Slider | Doire Coille Farmhouse

Doire Coille Farmhouse is situated in a wonderfully scenic area in the foothills of the Wicklow Mountains and is the perfect place from which to base yourself as you experience the wonders of Wicklow and the surrounding areas. We are very fortunate here at Doire Coille Farmhouse in that we are situated in the heart of the ‘Garden of Ireland’, with easy access by road to all the major attractions in this part of the country.


Walking Around Glendalough | Doire Coille Farmhouse

The Wicklow Way begins in Dublin’s southern suburb of Rathfarnham and travels in a south-south-westerly direction across the Dublin and Wicklow uplands, then through the rolling hill country of southwest County Wicklow to finish.. Most of the lake is surrounded by private lands, and so out of bounds, though the northwest corner is part of the Wicklow National Park, and there are ample viewing points around the lake to feast on its beauty.


West / South Wicklow | Doire Coille Farmhouse

If you are looking for magnificiaent views of Blessington Lake and the Wicklow Mountains, as well as an opportunity to visit one of Ireland’s most beaufitul houses, then Russborough House, built between 1741-1750, is just the place for you. Formed 50 years ago by the building of the Poulaphouca Dam and hydro-electric power station and today serve a dual purpose of providing power and water supply to the Dublin region.