As autumn approaches and the days start getting shorter, where better to relax and regroup than in a peaceful countryside retreat?
As part of Dublin Festival Season, the Dublin Fringe Festival will this month showcase an eclectic array of Irish artistic talent in a vibrant and modern city.
One of Ireland’s quirkiest Gatherings is in County Wexford next month. The Gathering of Lighthouse Keepers at Hook Head (13-15 September) is for all those interested in lighthouses (pharologists).
Say “Irish music” and flame-haired dancers or Guinness-drinking fiddlers come to mind, but there’s a thriving festival circuit with three events well worth pitching up to in August, says Irish Ferries.
The Curragh is the home of Irish horse racing, including the famous Irish Derby, which will attract thousands to County Kildare over the three day weekend at the end of June.
The global phenomenon that is Riverdance returns to Dublin in July as part of Ireland’s The Gathering celebrations, for a weekend of special performances and events.
Garden lovers have more than RHS Chelsea to look forward to this year. Ireland’s premier garden show bloom will be staged in Dublin’s Phoenix Park Thursday 30 May to Monday 3 June inclusive.
Emerald Experiences is a collection of some of Ireland’s finest hotels and resorts boasting a host of great offers for spring and summer.
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day by heading to the Emerald Isle or revel further afield with incredible flight deals from CheapOair.
Waterford: the oldest city in Ireland and the first (in 1903) to declare St Patrick’s Day a general holiday. This year, with 17 March falling on Sunday, there’s also a public holiday on 18 March: a great excuse for a long weekend in one of the prettiest corners of Ireland.
It promises to be one hell of a party! Dublin will take centre stage for a sensational New Year's Eve Festival heralding the start of The Gathering Ireland 2013, a year-long celebration of all things Irish. And you are invited to be part of it!
Irish Ferries Holidays has a self-drive Dublin break from just £183 per person (saving £42 per person) for any three nights’ bed and breakfast, before 23 December, at the Sandymount Hotel, a perfect base from which to visit the city’s Christmas Markets.
Ireland is globally-renowned for its golf, so if you're feeling inspired by the Ryder Cup to work on your handicap, check out emeraldexperiences.co.uk; a new and growing collection of stylish hotels and resorts across Ireland where you can enjoy a great golfing getaway.
With Rory McIlroy sitting proudly at the top of the world rankings, Irish golf's profile is bigger than ever before and that is mirrored by Golf Monthly's latest list of top 100 courses in the UK and Ireland.
Discover beautiful countryside and fabulous views as well as iconic landmarks and natural wonders on a - new for 2013 - guided walking holiday of South West Ireland courtesy of HF Holidays, UK walking holiday organisation.
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