BORRIS HOUSE HISTORY
The ancestral home of the McMorrough Kavanaghs, High Kings of Leinster, Borris is one of the few Irish estates that can trace its history back to the royal families of ancient Ireland. Set in over six hundred and fifty acres of walled private park and woodlands, Borris House retains its place as the centrepiece of the locality.
BY BUS | SHUTTLE BUS
Portarlington to Borris
Newbridge to Borris
Carlow to Borris
Kilkenny to Borris
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BAGNELSTOWN TRAIN STATION
A direct service is available to and from Dublin from both Kilkenny Train Station and Bagenalstown / Muine Bheag Train Station. Both trains take approximately one hour and forty minutes. Kilkenny Train Station is a
BY CAR FROM DUBLIN
• Take Naas Road N7 from Dublin, signposted Limerick / Waterford/ Kilkenny.
• At junction 9 continue forward onto the M7, signposted Limerick.
• Leave the M7 at junction 11, then join the M9 motorway (signposted Waterford).
• Leave the M9 at junction 6, then at the roundabout take the 1st exit
• Turn left onto Carlow Road R705 (signposted Bagenalstown).
• Bear left onto Carlow Road R705 entering Leighlinbridge.
• Continue onto the parade R705 entering Bagenalstown.
• At the first junction bear left at Aldi supermarket.
• At the T-junction at St Andrews Church, turn right and then left onto the Borris Road. • Continue along this road for approx 12 km until you come into Borris Village.
• At the T-junction turn left and you will see the main gates to Borris House on your right.