Hotel Reservations for the South-East, Ireland.
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Enjoy the splendours of mediaeval and historic Ireland. The inland county of Kilkenny is the acknowledged crafts capital of Ireland. The Cistercian ruins at Jerpoint Abbey, and the Norman town of Thomastown are well worth a visit. With the Jack Nicklaus designed Mount Juliet Golf Club and nearby Goram Park racing track, Kilkenny is also a popular location for the sports fan. The South-East coastal towns of Waterford and Wexford are most often the centre of family holidays. Wexford's famous coastline was the location for the opening scene of the blockbuster 'Saving Private Ryan'. The area is rich is history having being of central importance to both the Viking and the Norman settlers in Irish history. The South-East is internationally renowned for arts festivals, such as the Wexford Opera, Kilkenny Cat-Laughs and Gorey Arts festivals. The Wexford Opera Festival dates back over 50 years.