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HISTORICAL SITES - FILM LOCATIONS IN IRELAND
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Ballynahinch Castle Hotel VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.ballynahinch-castle.com Email: carol@ballynahinch-castle.com
Tel: 093 31006 Contact: Carol Hinch
Luxury castle hotel with 40 bedrooms, superb restaurant, friendly pub & 6 reception rooms on a 450 acre estate with private salmon river and miles of trails in the heart of Connemara. 
Ballyscullion Park, Derry VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.ballyscullionpark.com Email: info@ballyscullionpark.com
Tel: 0044 28 79 386 235 Contact: Rosalind Mulholland
Ballyscullion Park is a beautiful historic house set in rolling parkland with breathtaking views over Lough Beg to Church Island and the Antrim hills. 
Blarney Castle and Gardens, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.blarneycastle.ie/contact Email: info@blarneycastle.ie
Tel: + 353 21 4385252 Contact: Jean Murphy
Blarney Castle as viewed today is the third structure to be built on this sight, built by Cormac Mc Carthy in 1446 it replaces a stone structure which was built in1210 ad 
Castle Leslie Estate, Co. Monaghan VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.castleleslie.com/ Email: dervalwhite@castleleslie.com
Tel: +353 47 88100 / Mob: +353 86 8123447 Contact: Derval White
Nestled in 1,000 acres of undulating Irish countryside dotted with ancient woodlands and glittering lakes, Castle Leslie Estate is an enchanting and secluded rural retreat steeped in history and splendour. 
Castle Ward VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.nationaltrust.org.uk Email: castleward@nationaltrust.org.uk
Tel: (028) 4488 1204 Contact:
Castle Ward is full of personality, situated in a stunning location overlooking Strangford Lough. 
Cloyne, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcoco.ie Email: cccmidleton@eircom.net
Tel: +353 21 4631554 Contact: Area Engineers Office
Cloyne, a small and ancient cathedral town, is in many ways a typical East Cork small Town, with 3 roads joining in the centre with an array of traditional shops and pubs lining the streets. 
Cobh, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcoco.ie Email: cccmidleton@eircom.net
Tel: +353 21 4631554 Contact: Area Engineers Office
Cobh is a pretty town built on a steep hill on Great Island in Cork Harbour with the town’s architecture and streetscape distinctly Victorian. 
Coillte properties Galway VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.coillteonfilm.ie Email: brenda.molloy@coillte.ie
Tel: +353 87 989 0198 or Head Office 1890 367 378 Contact: Brenda Molloy
The Coillte estate encompasses 7% of the land cover of Ireland and provides a stunning variety of locations with diverse woodland settings and properties with features such as open space, water and old buildings. 
Coillte properties Wicklow VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.coillteonfilm.ie Email: brenda.molloy@coillte.ie
Tel: +353 87 989 0198 or Head Office 1890 367 378 Contact: Brenda Molloy
 
Crom Estate VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/crom Email: crom@nationaltrust.org.uk
Tel: (028) 6773 8118 Contact:
Set on the shores of Upper Lough Erne in County Fermanagh, Crom is one of Ireland's most important nature conservation areas. 
Devenish Island Monastic Site, Co. Fermanagh VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.communities-ni.gov.uk/topics/historic-environment Email: scmenquiries@communities-ni.gov.uk
Tel: (028) 9082 3207 / (028) 9082 3214 Contact:
Devenish Monastic Site was founded in the 6th century by Saint Molaise on one of Lough Erne’s many islands. During its history it has been raided by Vikings (837AD), burned (1157AD) and flourished (Middle Ages) as a parish church site and St Mary’s A 
Drombeg Stone Circle, Glandore, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.opw.ie Email: info@opw.ie
Tel: +353 1 647 6559 Contact: Office of Public Works
Drombeg is probably Irelands most famous stone circle. Although it may not be the largest stone circle in Ireland it is set in the most magical location surrounded by low lying lush hills and views of the sea. 
Film In Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.filmincork.com Email: rossa@filmincork.com
Tel: +353 (0)86 306 6900 Contact: Rossa Mullin
 
Hell Fire Club VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.dublinmountains.ie/home/ Email: info@dublinmountains.ie
Tel: 01 2011187 Contact: Dublin Mountains Partnership
This imposing ruined structure is located close to the summit of Mountpelier Hill in the Dublin Mountains, facing north east across the low-lying areas of Tallaght and Rathfarnham. 
Kilgobbin Castle VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: Email: mairead@kchltd.ie
Tel: 087 931 2322 Contact: Mairead Mc Carthy
Kilgobbin Castle is a well preserved tower house on the west bank of the river Bandon, a few miles from Kinsale. 
Kilmallock house, Wexford VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: Email: louisemfurlong@hotmail.com
Tel: Contact:
It is set on 4 acres of beautiful old trees/gardens and has a stone walled courtyard with stables leading to the gardens 
Lissan House & Demesne VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.lissanhouse.com Email: lissan.house@btconnect.com
Tel: 028 86763312 Contact: Shona Holmes
Lissan is an enchanting country house at the heart of a 267 acre demesne nestling in a prime location in the valley of the Lissan Water. The estate lies just 1.5 miles north of Cookstown at the foot of the Sperrin Mountains in County Tyrone. 
Martello Tower Killiney, Dublin VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.photopol.com/martello/no7.html Email: niall.tower@iol.ie
Tel: 0872885522 / 012350777 Contact: Niall O'Donoghue
Martello Tower in Killiney Bay, is unique, as is its location as an enfilading tower. The Tower is privately owned and has been fully restored. 
Smock Alley Theatre VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.smockalley.com Email: cliona@smockalley.com
Tel: 01-6770014 Contact: Cliona Dukes
 
Tollymore forest VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: Email: customer.forestservice@dardni.gov.uk
Tel: (028) 4372 2428 Contact:
A barn dressed up to look like a church, stone cones atop gate piers and gothic-style gate arches all show the influence of that highly individualistic designer, Thomas Wright of Durham (1711-1786), who was a friend of Lord Clanbrassil, owner of Toll 
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The Full A-Z
Arigna Mining Experience, Roscommon
Ballynahinch Castle Hotel
Ballyscullion Park, Derry
Blarney Castle and Gardens, Cork
Castle Leslie Estate, Co. Monaghan
Castle Ward
Cloyne, Cork
Cobh, Cork
Coillte properties Galway
Coillte properties Wicklow
Crom Estate
Derry City - 17th Century City Walls
Devenish Island Monastic Site, Co. Fermanagh
Drombeg Stone Circle, Glandore, Cork
Film In Cork
Hell Fire Club
Irish Landmark Trust
Kilgobbin Castle
Kilmallock house, Wexford
Kinnitty Castle Hotel
Lissan House & Demesne
Martello Tower Killiney, Dublin
Pollnagollum - Marble Arch Caves
Smock Alley Theatre
The Argory
Tollymore forest
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