For millennia, seekers of serenity have found solace in the embrace of Glendalough, aptly named ‘the valley of the two lakes.’ This extraordinary haven, nestled amidst spectacular scenery, whispers secrets of ancient history,
Wicklow’s Wellness Oases
In the heart of County Wicklow, Minmore Mews is ensconced within a varied tapestry of spiritual sanctuaries. Glendalough, the valley of the two lakes, harmonizes nature and spirituality, offering solace among its monastic city and serene waters. The mysterious Brownshill Dolmen and the ancient Rathgall Hillfort echo with whispers of rituals from ancient communities and offer a setting of quiet contemplation. Aghowle Church, a medieval marvel, resonates with centuries of faith. In Tomnafinnoge woods you can experience a now unique natural habitat that boasts 500 year old trees and rare inhabitants such as the red squirrel and kingfisher bird. Each site, from the colossal Dolmen to the venerable church to the pristine forest, offers a chance for transformative experience, bridging past and present, amid ancient echoes and natural wonders, every soul can find sanctuary, self-discovery and serenity.
Nestled just 3km east of Carlow town, the enigmatic Brownshill Dolmen stands as a sentinel from Ireland’s ancient past. Its majestic aura has captivated imaginations across centuries, inviting travelers to embark on a
10 minutes from Minmore Mews, atop a ridge graced by panoramic views, Rathgall Hillfort stands as a testament to ancient Ireland’s spiritual and cultural richness. This multivallate hillfort, cloaked in mystery and history,
In the verdant embrace of County Wicklow, where legends whisper through the ancient trees, Aghowle Church stands as a testament to Ireland’s spiritual heritage. This medieval marvel, a National Monument, echoes with centuries
Nestled on the north face of Moylisha Hill, just 6.1 km west of Shillelagh in County Wicklow, Ireland, the Moylisha Wedge Tomb, also known as Labbanasighe, stands as a profound testament to ancient