Ireland 2010

To help you on with your holiday plans, we have detailed our fantastic journey around the globe on videos and easy-to-read fact sheets complete with contact details and links.

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Fishing at Newport House
Located in County Mayo, Newport House is a luxury guest accommodation with the hospitality of an historic Ireland Country House Hotel. read more

ASHFORD CASTLE
Ashford Castle dates back to 1228 and once the estate of the Guinness family. read more

Voya Seaweed Baths
Seaweed bathing is an Irish tradition that has its roots in the west. read more

CARROWMORE  MEGALITHIC CEMETERY
Located in County Sligo, these megalithic cemetery is one of the largest in Ireland and one of the most important in Europe. read more

CNOC SUAIN – TRADITIONAL IRISH MUSIC
Cnoc Suain is a creative sanctuary and is situated in an Irish/Gaelic speaking region in Conamara. read more

DAN O'HARA HOMESTEAD
Dan O'Hara's homestead is built on the original site of the home of Dan from Connemara renowned in the popular ballad all over the world. read more

Kylemore Abbey
A Victorian Garden is found at Kylemore Abbey constructed at the same time as the Castle 150 years ago. read more

CROAGH PATRICK
The third highest mountain in County Mayo, it an important site of pilgrimage since before the arrival of Celtic Christianity, linked to the story of Saint Patrick. read more

TOBERNALT HOLY WELL
Located in County Sligo is a sacred pilgrim site since the 3rd Millenium, that is currently being maintained by St John's Parish in Carraroe. read more

IRISH LANGUAGE
Craic – pronounced as  'crack' its Gaelic(Irish) for fun or having a good time. read more

Cooking at Lisloughry with Wade Murphy
Wade Murphy started his culinary journey by first helping his grandmother in the kitchen, to now winning two AA Rosettes for Lisloughrey Lodge. read more

G HOTEL
The G Hotel is funky, classy and very convenient. It was the first hotel visited by the team that offered cupcakes to new guests. read more

WB YEATS
William Butler Yeats is a well respected poet and one of the foremost figures of 20th century literature. read more

DRIVING TIP
Driving is convenient and easy in Ireland but remember to slow down on narrow roads, and that animals have the right of way. read more

GALWAY CITY
Known as the city of the Tribes, as there were 14 affluent tribes who ruled during the middle ages, stepping into this city is like stepping into yesteryear. read more