Iron Age Round House At Brigit's Garden
The Building Of An Iron Age Dwelling
From April 1st to 11th an EU-sponsored group of craftspeople from across Europe will be learning traditional Irish skills at Brigit’s Garden, Co. Galway, by building an Iron Age dwelling. This will be like a Crannóg but on land.
Visitors are welcome to come and watch as they make walls of hazel wattle and a roof of ash poles. The roof will be thatched later through June. This new building will be a wonderful asset to the garden, and will compliment the existing Roundhouse, Hazel function and workshop room and the meditative and experiential wind chamber passage cairn.
Visit Brigit’s Garden With Celtic Ways, during this building
On our special “Harps Around Ireland” tour from April 7th until April 14th we will spend most of the day at Brigit’s Garden on Thursday April 10th
Our Itinerary is
April 7th, Brigid’s Kildare
April 8th, Glendalough & Singing Harps Concert
April 9th, travel to Co. Galway
April 10th Brigit’s Garden
April 11th Carrowkeel Cairns, Keash Coarran and coast, Co. Sligo
April 12th Lazier’s Well, O’Carolan’s resting place, Shannon Pot
April 13th Tara Hill & Dublin
April 14th home or continuing more of Ireland
8 hotel nights with breakfast
includes 3 nights in the luxury of our local Cromleach Lodge hotel with one of the best hotel views in Ireland, wonderful staff, cozy elegant rooms and superb nutrition food.
8 evening meals
8 days transport and guide
workshop at Brigit’s Garden
workshop in Kildare
concert in Dublin
total cost €1400
or daily rate of €190 per day
if you travel part of the tour
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Costs may seem higher than some Irish tours and vacations but, from experience, our travellers appreciate the extra value, extra overnight comforts, better pacing and a true experience of the spirit, traditions and hidden beauty of Ireland well away from the tourist boardwalk.
Costs are subject to currency fluctuations
but you can pay with your currency rate at time of payment.
Visit Brigit’s Garden With Celtic Ways, during this building’s thatching.
Seats are still available during the Bard’s Tour Of Ireland in June