Where you’ll find a Silent Valley, the endless Mourne Wall and ‘bouldering’
Ireland’s newest city effortlessly mixes shopping, style and serenity
Action packed adventures.
One of the most intimate ways to experience the countryside as nature intended it is on horseback.
The Bucks Head Inn, Dundrum combines local produce with modern and imaginative menus.
Rare and antiquarian books and fine bindings, and a small general stock.
One of Armagh’s foremost golfing experiences, Cloverhill is an 18 hole parkland gem.
Nine hole treat, situated in a scenic spot overlooking the Irish Sea.
A family cycling trail with commanding views over Castlewellan and beyond.
The day has been designed for those who enjoy hillwalking and would like to become more ...
Underhill Rose return to the Bronte Music Club again following their successful tour in May
Ganaway is situated on a 13 acre site just outside the village of Ballywhiskin and is an ...
There's something strange happening at the Downpatrick & County Down Railway this Halloween.
Beautiful lakes & walks, bird sanctuary & facilities for various sports plus other attractions.
The exhibition charts the history of Irish Dance from the late 1800s to present day, through ...
Step back in time in and uncover a way of life from 100 years ago.
The award winning Indians have been Ireland's most successful show band for just over 40 years.
€55 adults, €50 students
From £55pp based on 4 people sharing; £75pp for private double/ twin ensuite.
From €1,795 per person
£40 adults, £36 students
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