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FISHING BREAKS - TEN OF THE BEST
What better gift for the fisherman in your life than a short break at one of Ireland's famous fishing hotels? And, by a happy chance, they are all lovely places for non-fishing partners to visit too...
FOOD LOVERS - TEN OF THE BEST
Our book Ireland for Food Lovers is divided into seven tourist regions and lists just 20 special places to eat and stay in each one - except the South-West, which is so important in both tourism and food terms that Cork and Kerry are given extra coverage, with each counting as a sub-region. The following establishments are great places to stay and especially known for their delicious home produced and local food
FOR KIDS - TEN OF THE BEST
Not quite decided on your holiday plans yet? Consider the simplicity, relaxation and - if chosen wisely - better value, that airport-free home holidays offer. Parents holidaying with their kids will find there is plenty to choose from in many of the most beautiful and interesting areas of Ireland, and you’ll be made especially welcome this year.
PUBS WITH B&B - TEN OF THE BEST
Pubs with B&B are familiar in Britain but less so here, where you’re likely to find something nearer an inn, or perhaps a restaurant with rooms that also has a bar. But it’s an appealing combination and makes for an especially relaxing laid-back atmosphere – well worth seeking out if you like to keep things casual.
SUNDAY LUNCH - TEN OF THE BEST
Although always a popular ways to get the whole family out and sitting around a table to relax, Sunday lunch has moved into a whole new phase lately. Forget about the carvery lunch of old, what we’re seeing more of now is a seriously classy outing, where the venue is chosen with care so that family members of all ages can get together in lovely surroundings and enjoy the very best of food - at a more reasonable price than is usual at dinner.