h1h2h5h3Places of interest in the area

Whilst staying at Mac Murrough Farm Cottages why not visit some of the many historical and modern attractions of the area - some of which are included below.

New Ross
Enjoy a splendid meal on the 'Galley Cruising Restaurant'

The Dunbrody Emigrant Ship, New Ross.
A tall ship of the famine era by those who emigrated from Ireland in the 19th Century.

Ros Tapestry

Dunbrody Abbey and Visitor Centre.
One of the largest abbeys in Ireland, which was built in 1210. Visit the cookery school and sample one of their one day cookery classes.

The John F. Kennedy Arboretum.
Set in 252 hectares of land with over 4,500 plant varieties including trees and shrubs. Visit the neighboring Kennedy Homestead.

Hook Lighthouse, Hook Head.
One of the oldest operational lighthouses in the world.

The Irish National Heritage Park, Ferrycarrig.
An unforgettable journey as your senses come alive with the sights and sounds of over 9,000 years

Kilkenny Castle

Waterford Crystal, Waterford
Take a tour around the factory workshop and watch the glass blowers at work.

Mac Murrough Farm Cottages and the area around New Ross makes the ideal venue for touring the South East of Ireland, whether, walking, cycling or by car. Relax and enjoy the wonders of the beautiful countryside - whatever the time of year.

We have good local knowledge of places to visit anfd things to do - whether it's taking to the hills, fishing or looking-up local and family history. For enquiries or bookings click here:

We look forward to meeting you, and welcoming you to MacMurrough. Brian and Jenny - email us at: