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Hotels in County Waterford
County Waterford has two mountain ranges, the Knockmealdown Mountains and the Comeragh Mountains. County Waterford also has many rivers, including Ireland's third longest river, the River Suir; and Ireland's fourth longest river, the Munster Blackwater. There are over 30 beaches along Waterford's volcanic coast line.
Waterford is the oldest city in Ireland famous for it's intriguing medieval history. Tourists can discover the Viking and Norman heritage of the city on one of the walking tours including a visit to the famous Reginald's Tower and the ancient city walls.
Ardmore is a fishing village in County Waterford, Ireland situated not far from Youghal on the south coast of Ireland. On a hill above the village is a well-preserved 30m high, 12th-century round tower and the ruins of a Cathedral and oratory dating from the 13th and 8th centuries respectively. One of the outer walls of the Cathedral features some stone carvings retrieved from an earlier 9th-century building.
Tramore is a seaside town in County Waterford on the southeast coast of Ireland. A small fishing village until the arrival of the railway in 1853, the town has continually expanded since. Initially as a tourist destination and latterly as a seaside suburb of Waterford City.
The Comeragh Mountains are one of Ireland's best kept secrets. Here you will find hill walks of all kinds with spectacular views, hidden lakes, pretty valleys, wild waterfalls and rocky crags. Some of the larger tracks are suitable for mountain biking.