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  Kilkenny County Council County Development Plan - Volume 2- Graiguenamanagh Area
Graiguenamanagh is situated in the steep-sided Barrow Valley between Mount Brandon in County Kilkenny and Mount Leinster in County Carlow.
Graiguenamanagh is a town of antiquity which developed with its back to the Rivers Barrow and Duiske, whilst Tinnahinch has developed more recently on the left bank of the river Barrow.
The core of Graiguenamanagh is formed by Duiske Abbey and adjoining graveyard, which is the major landmark building in the town and commands a focal point at the centre of the town.
www.kilkennycoco.ie /cdp/cdpvol2/vol2/graiguenplan.htm   (4396 words)

  
 Welcome to South East Ireland-South East Ireland-Kilkenny, Graiguenamanagh   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Graiguenamanagh (pronounced Graig-na-Manna), a picturesque town on the Carlow/Kilkenny border, is often spelt Graignamanagh.
Graiguenamanagh means "the Village or Valley of the monks".
The Graiguenamanagh Regatta that takes place on the Bank Holiday every August is reputed to be the oldest Regatta on Irelands inland waterways.
www.southeastireland.com /content.asp?id=73   (345 words)

  
 The village of Graiguenamanagh, County Kilkenny
The pretty medieval village of Graiguenamanagh in County Kilkenny nestles in the beautiful river Barrow valley about 6 miles north of the Coachouse.
The images below give some idea of Graiguenamanagh on a crisp November's afternoon walk by the river down to the lock gates at Lower Tinnahinch which is on the opposite bank of the river in County Carlow.
The are a number of local crafts to be found, including, Duiske glass and the Bernard Kavanagh pottery and Cushendale Woollen Mills.
www.esatclear.ie /~coachouse/Graig.html   (380 words)

  
 John Joyce - Graiguenamanagh
John Joyce, historian, author, artist and retired businessman, is a native of Graiguenamanagh, County Kilkenny where, in the house once occupied by General Thomas Cloney of 1798 fame, he has lived for the greater part of his life.
"Springing from the greatest of Ireland’s medieval Cistercian monasteries, Graiguenamanagh’s growth and the ebb and flow of history through this vibrant river and canal town are portrayed here in a lively and expressive fashion.
Graiguenamanagh and the South Carlow - Klikenny Area in 1798.
homepage.eircom.net /~johnajoyce   (393 words)

  
 Mount Brandon Cottages, Mount Brandon, Tinnahinch, Graiguenamanagh, Co. Kilkenny, Ireland.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Built in 1998 these three cottages are located just outside of Graiguenamanagh only 5 minutes walk from the river Barrow.
There is an abundance of traditional pubs in Graiguenamanagh, some also serving food.
In very attractive and comfortable surroundings Mount Brandon cottages offer the freedom to relax and wander through a magnificent natural environment of mountain, meadow and river with spectacular views of the renowned Barrow Valley landscape, the Blackstairs mountain range and Brandon hill.
www.dirl.com /kilkenny/graiguenamanagh/mount-brandon.htm   (197 words)

  
 Graiguenamanagh Town of Books, Book Festival
We are finalising arrangements with potential booksellers and also putting together an expanded programme of support events to generate more festival atmosphere for the weekend.
For one weekend in September Graiguenamanagh will be transformed into a ‘Town of Books’ with booksellers from all over Ireland and this year, for the first time, we are expecting our first overseas bookseller to attend.
The establishment of this festival has resulted in a permanent antiquarian bookmarket being established in Graiguenamanagh and more bookshops are being planned for later this Summer.
www.booktownireland.com   (211 words)

  
 Graiguenamanagh Scouts Group - news & events reports
On Wednesday the 2nd of October, Donald Harvey, the Chief Scout came to Graiguenamanagh to present the Funky Wombats with the Bain Shield which they won when the came 2nd at the Smythe Cup 2002.
2 Patrols from Graiguenamanagh, Na Fianna and the Funky Wombats represented the Ormonde District at the National Camping finals which were held on Church Island, Lough Melvin, Co. Leitrim from the 15th of August to the 19th of August 2002.
Graiguenamanagh won each of the 4 heaths and it was an all Graig final.
www.graigscouts.org /reports.php?year=2002   (2115 words)

  
 Graiguenamanagh
CARVILLE (Geraldine) ‘Norman Splendour : Duiske Abbey, Graiguenamanagh’.
COMERFORD (Rev. M.) ‘Some Account of the Parishes of Graiguenamanagh and St. Mullins’.
O’LEARY (P.) and COCHRANE (R.) ‘Notes on the Cistercian Abbey of Graiguenamanagh’.
homepage.eircom.net /~katlibs/graiguenamanagh1.htm   (241 words)

  
 Mount Brandon Cottages, high quality self-catering accommodation, Tinnahinch, Graiguenamanagh, County Kilkenny"
Welcome to Graiguenamanagh, the Village of the Monks, which lies in the heart of the sunny south east and is about to celebrate its 800th anniversary in 2004!
Built in 1998 these three cottages are located just outside Graiguenamanagh only 5 minutes’ walk from the river Barrow - a haven for game and coarse anglers alike.
Mount Brandon is an excellent starting point for those wanting to explore the "Medieval capital of Ireland“;, Kilkenny, as well as Carlow, Enniscorthy, Wexford or Waterford, where superb shopping awaits you and where you can visit the world-famous Waterford glass factory.
www.mountbrandoncottages.com   (198 words)

  
 Waterside - Award winning Guesthouse and Restaurant
Waterside is located right in the heart of Graiguenamanagh, Co. Kilkenny.
This medieval river town, nestled in the scenic Barrow Valley, is the perfect destination for hill walkers, fishermen, boating enthusiasts, and all those in search of a traditional Irish welcome.
For the past six years they have welcomed thousands of guests to Graiguenamanagh and are happy to stop and chat with visitors about life in this quintessential Irish town.
www.watersideguesthouse.com   (117 words)

  
 Graiguenamanagh: Waterside - Traveler Reviews - Ireland as it was and should be - TripAdvisor
Graiguenamanagh: Waterside - Traveler Reviews - Ireland as it was and should be - TripAdvisor
Graiguenamanagh: Waterside: "Ireland as it was and should be"
Do not plan to go to Waterside @ Graiguenamanagh if you are looking for some trendy, fast Dublin kind of action.
tripadvisor.com /ShowUserReviews-g551561-d290327-r3501888-Waterside-Graiguenamanagh...   (389 words)

  
 Ballyogan House, New Ross Road, Graiguenamanagh, Co. Kilkenny, , Leinster, Ireland, from Alastair Sawday's Special ...
They waited 25 years to live there but they’re making up for it now and want you to enjoy their good fortune, too.
Hidden down a narrow lane just outside the tongue-twisting town of Graiguenamanagh ('demesne of the monks') Ballyogan looks over the river to the Blackstairs Mountains.
Built by the Joyce family around 1830, it was ‘the Joyce house’ until the last in the line, a local vet, died in 1998.
www.specialplacestostay.com /places/ir6252   (307 words)

  
 Cheap Graiguenamanagh, Kilkenny Accommodations. Find and Reserve your Budget Accommodation in Graiguenamanagh, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Graigenamanagh, east of Kilkenny on the Carlow border, has a fine situation at a bend of the River Barrow, overlooked by Brandon Hill (1694 feet) on the south.
The approach to the town from the West gives beautiful views, with the long ridge of the Blackstairs Mountains in the background.
Graiguenamanagh was at one time a place of ecclesiastical importance; it is now a prosperous market town.
goireland.com /scripts/low/xq/asp/areatype.t/areaid.3306/qx/area.htm   (195 words)

  
 Graiguenamanagh, Ireland
From Kilfane, south of Kilkenny, a minor road runs east to join the R703, which leads to Graiguenamanagh, on the River Barrow (fishing).
In this little town is Duiske Abbey (National Monument), a Cistercian house.
Unauthorized duplication in part or whole without prior written consent prohibited by law.
www.planetware.com /ireland/graiguenamanagh-irl-kk-grai.htm   (98 words)

  
 Farmhouse, Ireland - Holiday accommodation in Ireland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Coppanagh is a traditional Irish farmhouse built in 1777 and beautifully restored in 1997.
Situated between Thomastown and Graiguenamanagh Co. Kilkenny the farmhouse provides delightful accommodation for 6-8 people and is ideally positioned for a holiday in Ireland.
For all enquiries or bookings call Charles or Emma Raworth in the UK (+) 44 181 932 2167
members.aol.com /irishfarmhouse   (56 words)

  
 Brandon View Bed & Breakfast Ballyling Lwr, Graiguenamanagh Co. Kilkenny
Brandon View Bed and Breakfast Ballyling Lwr, Graiguenamanagh Co. Kilkenny
Compare prices, view photographs, check availability and review information about all Bed and Breakfast's and Guesthouse's in Kilkenny Ireland
Situated on R729 30 minutes from Kilkenny, Waterford, Wexford and Carlow.
www.irishbeds.com /bnb/kilkenny/023.html   (68 words)

  
 GRAIGUENAMANAGH   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Graiguenamanagh is a town in County Kilkenny, Ireland.
See also: List of towns in the Republic of Ireland
It is licensed under the GNU free documentation license.
www.yotor.org /wiki/en/gr/Graiguenamanagh.htm   (49 words)

  
 Graiguenamanagh Gaelic football Clubs Hurling Clubs GAA Club Portal Gaelic Games Club portal: Gaelsport.com
Graiguenamanagh Gaelic football Clubs Hurling Clubs GAA Club Portal Gaelic Games Club portal: Gaelsport.com
Graiguenamanagh are not currently signed up to the Gaelsport Club Service.
Do you think your GAA club would benefit from Gaelsport's services?
www.gaelsport.com /html/club/club_home.jsp?c=1060   (120 words)

  
 GENUKI: County Kilkenny - Parish of Graiguenamanagh   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Cross reference to Family History Library microfilm (double-check with the Library)
Civil Roman Catholic Time FHLC parish parish period number Graiguenamanagh Graiguenamanagh 1867-1931 0926114
Edited by Dennis Walsh, last updated 12 Apr 1999
www.genuki.org.uk:8080 /big/irl/KIK/Graiguenamanagh   (232 words)

  
 Waterside - Graiguenamanagh - Waterside Reviews - TripAdvisor
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 Things do do in Carlow, Borris and Graiguenamanagh   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Things do do in Carlow, Borris and Graiguenamanagh
We are half way between Borris and Graiguenamanagh where there are numerous BandB's, Self Catering Cottages and Country Homes.
There are several local craft workers at whose workshops or factories very high quality craftwork can be purchased.
www.countryquads.com /local.htm   (178 words)

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