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FOR FOOD TOURISTS - TEN OF THE BEST
There’s a growing feeling that Ireland is now ready to focus on the needs of the ‘food tourist’, as opposed to the visitor who simply enjoys good food as part of the overall experience. The true food tourist (international and domestic) will choose their holiday destination specifically to explore it through its food.
FARM STAYS & RURAL RETREATS - TEN OF THE BEST
Recognising that farm stays and country houses offer a unique insight into our history, culture and food production, discerning visitors who can well afford the five star treatment are beginning to seek out more modest rural destinations, to experience the ‘real Ireland’ - and it’s there for all of us to enjoy
FOR SPA & PAMPERING BREAKS - TEN OF THE BEST
A fine spell can make a spring getaway tempting, but it's wise to hedge your bets with the weather - making this the perfect time to head for a hotel offering plenty of pampering (of all kinds), as well as outdoor activities to enjoy when it's pleasant to be out of doors
AN HOUR (OR SO) FROM DUBLIN - TEN OF THE BEST
Left it a bit late to book that special short break…? Picking a destination that’s only an hour or so from home means less stress and more time chilling out, and the easy journey is a particular advantage off season or in the shoulder seasons, when days are relatively short - so why not try one of picks for a quick break this month
ROMANTIC DESTINATIONS IN NORTHERN IRELAND - 10 OF THE BEST
Once the New Year is in, Valentines comes next if you need an excuse for an outing, so - in honour of NI Year of Food and Drink 2016 - why not book a break at one of these great Northern Irish destinations? This selection is just a taster, it could easily have been twice as long - and Belfast is not included although there is no shortage of romantic places to stay there, including The Merchant Hotel, Ten Square Hotel, The Fitzwilliam and Malmaison, to name just four…Have fun!