A spine-tingling abbey, great crafts and seriously good hurling... Kilkenny's where it's at
Pick up a taste for hurling, gardens and good food in the heart of the county
How and where the Vikings left their mark in Ireland
From the castle to the crafts to the cafés – Kilkenny's got it covered
The Boghill Centre is an eco venue situated in the north of Co Clare not far from the Cliffs of Moher. It offers holidays,...
Lough Derg, or St Patrick's Purgatory as it is traditionally known as, is Ireland's most ancient place of pilgrimage...
Celtic Nature Walking Tours in the Kingdom of Kerry offer self guided walking tours of the Dingle Way and The Kerry...
Rouse's is an old world pub in the family since 1946. In 1994 an off licence was added. Rouse's is also a sporting pub,...
Monicknew woodlands form the boundary between the counties of Laois and Offaly.
The Augustinians established St John’s Priory in Kilkenny City in the 1200s. Much of the structure was left in ruins...
Copper Face Jack's needs no introduction...it is one of Dublin's best known late night bars, located in the very heart...
The Original Print Gallery, in Dublin's Temple Bar, showcases Irish and international printmaking. Items on exhibit...
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