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AUTUMN BREAKS - 10 OF THE BEST


Richmond House
Autumn is perhaps the loveliest time of the year to enjoy gentle outdoor pursuits like woodland walks and foraging, and there are plenty of tempting places to stay that are surrounded by wonderful forested grounds or with parkland or gardens and beaches to visit nearby - and, perhaps, more challenging routes for dedicated walkers. Here are just ten of our favourites to think about…
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FAMILY HOLIDAYS


Hotel Westport
You can’t beat a traditional family holiday and there’s no better place for it than Ireland, as the range of great places to stay right across (and around) the country is fantastic. From the charm of West Cork to the dignity of the Giant’s Causeway, from the long golden beaches of Sunny South-East to the gloriously uncrowded north-west tip of Donegal, and from rugged Connemara to the lush riverlands of East Cork, there’s a wonderful base waiting there for you – and great value is to be had too.
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AN HOUR (OR SO) FROM DUBLIN - TEN OF THE BEST


Ghan House
Perfect for those spur of the moment getaways - 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 our picks for a quick break this month
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ROMANTIC GETAWAYS - TEN OF THE BEST


Merrion Hotel
Although mid February may be a clichéd time to take a romantic break, there is never a bad time to plot and plan - and these are just a few of our favourite romantic destinations in Ireland to get you thinking …
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FOR LOCAL FLOWERS IN SEASON - TEN OF THE BEST


Flowers in The Tannery
'Seasonal and local' have become bywords for good food in Ireland - but what about our flowers? Most hotels and restaurants depend on imports for their floral decorations, yet simpler home grown and local flowers used in season have so much more charm - and can save a lot of money. There must be business opportunities for growers (like many in the UK) to tune in to the public demand for locally grown produce of all kinds, edible and otherwise, and offer alternatives to imported shop flowers. These are a few of the examples we've been enjoying on our travels - some are country houses making the most of their large gardens, but in smaller places beauty can come in a couple of blooms in a jam jar, or a bunch of wild flowers picked on a woodland walk.
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