Avlon House B&B situated on Green Lane a leafy mature area just a 7-10 minute walk from Carlow Town centre and only a short 20 minute drive from Kilkenny City or an hour from Dublin. Award winning B&B offering high product quality all rooms ensuite
We at Avlon House Bed and Breakfast are over 20 years supplying visitors to Carlow with quality B&B accommodation and while endeavouring to improve our product all the time, we offer one of the best accommodation solutions available in Carlow town. We have won a 2012 “AA 4 Star Highly Commended Award” for consistently offering a high quality product, an honour only bestowed on the top 10% of Bed and breakfast 4 star establishments in both the UK and Ireland. We are also proud to carry the “Failte Ireland 4 Star Award”. Avlon House BnB strongly supports the development of local amenities through its continuing membership of Carlow Tourism.
Join us at Avlon House Bed & Breakfast to enjoy the best hospitality Carlow has to offer. While offering super saver rates, we will never compromise on quality and your BnB tariff will always include breakfast from our wide and varied Menu available from 7am – 10am daily.
Avlon House Bed and Breakfast stands on its own grounds offering free private off street parking, This carlow guesthouse offers 5 en suite Bed Rooms all have Power Showers, Multi Chanel TV, Tea / Coffee Facilities. Hair Dryers, Trouser Press, Telephone and Complimentary Supplies including: Shampoo, conditioner, Shower Gel, Body Lotion, Soap, Razor, Tooth Brush, Nail Kit, Vanity Kit, Sewing Kit, Shoe Shine, Comb, Mineral Water, Biscuits. There are also two lounges for guests use - one with 700 DVD Library the other with daily papers & a 300 title book Library, where light evening snacks can also be served. Out side this Carlow Guesthouse offers a log smoking cabin & patio area with barbeque.
As owner managed we offer the personal touch to ensure product quality is maintained at all times, whether your stay at Carlow's award winning BnB is one or several nights.
A Rich Cultural Heritage Written Deep into the Landscape
Experience a variety of heritage attractions throughout Route 1, Route 2 and Route 3 such as Brownshill Dolmen just outside Carlow, the very famous Rock of Cashel in Co. Tipperary, the Dunbrody ship in Co. Wexford and and of course, Kilkenny Castle. If you want to see what rural life in is really like in the South East,take a trip to the scenic village of Inistioge or visit the charming Barrow-side village of St. Mullins.
Carlow Route 1
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Carlow - Ceatharlach
A jewel of a county with a wealth of scenery and history – from rich pastureland and colourful mountains to the deep and historical Barrow River Valley. Everywhere in the landscape is the resonance of her ancient pre-Celtic past. A county of green, vibrant colours, whose welcoming people are much given to outdoor and sporting activities, such as gentle river cruising, golf or even hang gliding on Mount Leinster.
Carlow Town marks the meeting of the Barrow and Burrin rivers, a point which was believed to be once made up of four lakes, hence the gaelic name, Ceathar Loch, or Four Lakes. The main towns in the county are Bagenalstown, Sir Walter Bagenal's 18th century attempt at replicating Versailles, Borris, a handsome estate town, full of charm and heritage and home to the MacMurrough Kavanagh family, former Celtic Kings of Leinster, Leighlinbridge, gold medal winner in Europe's Entente Florale in 2001, an attractive town with a beautiful arch bridge, said to be one of the oldest functioning bridges in Europe, Tullow, ancestral home of the famous Wolseley family - of motor car fame -and the picturesque and historic village of St. Mullins.
Attractions around Carlow
Activities around Carlow
Festivals and events around Carlow
Carlow Town, Carlow - Ceatharlach, Ceatharlach
Carlow stands at the confluence of the Barrow and Burrin rivers. Tradition has it that the junction of the two rivers once formed four lakes. The name ' Carlow ' means Four Lakes.
The ancient town of Carlow is a bustling centre with great shopping, fine restaurants and first-class accommodation. Carlow has a well-earned reputation for lively festivals throughout the year, including the internationally renowned Eigse Arts Festival, 10-day extravaganza featuring visual arts, theatre, performance, comedy, dance, literary events and more.
While the river remains an important focus for the town, with a long established Rowing Club and annual regatta, other influences include an international student population, a thriving arts and craft community, a long and lively tradition of Irish language use and culture.
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