Co Cavan shares the 667 m peak of Cuilcagh with neighbouring Fermanagh. No ordinary mountain, this - it has underground streams which eventually become the headwaters of the lordly River Shannon, Ireland's longest river that passes south through many counties before exiting at the mighty estuary in Limerick. A magnet for tourism now with boating, fishing, cycling and walking-a-plenty.
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Mullingar, Co. Westmeath
A small but stylish and cozy space, Dominik’s is proving to be popular with locals thanks to chef and proprietor Jan Gablech’s finely judged cooking.
The menu is fairly extensive, with a good range of starters and desserts and an even wide ... more...
Boyle, Co. Roscommon
Café / Deli
Fans of the Maher family’s famous Carrick pub, The Oarsman, will need no persuasion to take a small diversion off the main Sligo road to investigate Conor and Ronan Maher’s café at Ardcarne Garden Centre, near Boyle - and garden love ... more...
Birr, Co. Offaly
Café / Speciality Store
Birr Castle is a brilliant place to visit at any time and, tucked away in a restored stable block in the entrance courtyard, is a gorgeous café that’s a destination in its own right and it's accessible to all, i.e. you don't have to pay th ... more...
Limerick, Co. Limerick
Close to Limerick City Gallery of Art, Canteen is a tiny, but popular café on a street in the picturesque Georgian part of town with its sights clearly set on sustainability and local produce.
Originally opened as a ‘pop-up’, chef-p ... more...
Portumna, Co. Galway
Formerly Dyson's, the area's leading restaurant lies behind a smart (some might say a little forbidding) marble frontage - but, once inside, it’s an attractive premises on two floors, with a few tables in the ground floor reception area and the ... more...