Stay the night in a four-poster bed or just pop in for some afternoon tea, here's seven big house to visit
Visit the birthplace of the world’s greatest liner and explore an outstanding exhibition
Explore a 6th century monastic site with the help of a nifty 21st device
Coolaught Gardens is located in Clonroche in County Wexford. This old world 2.5 acre country farmhouse garden is family...
Spanish Point has a beautiful long sandy beach within a sheltered location makes it a family friendly shore, perfect...
Kinnegar Brewing Farmhouse brewery producing craft beers, 1.5km north of Rathmullan
Sol Art is one of Dublin's leading contemporary galleries combining an approachable space with an expansive vision and...
The "Shackleton Endurance" exhibition has 150 photographs and text boards telling the story of the most famous rescue...
Trá Inis Oirr - Inisheer Beach is on the north side of Inisheer, Aran Islands, Co. Galway.
A heritage railway providing a passenger link between the town of Bushmills & the Giant's Causeway.
It has a circular boardwalk path that is pram and wheelchair friendly.
£7.50 per adult when booked online
For 2 nights midweek
€70 per person
Discount Promo - 1 Free with four on normal group rate of €6 per person.
€65 per person
£18 Adult, £8 Child, Students/Seniors from £14.50 (under 5s go free!)
Book online and get 20% discount off all tickets.
€210 per group (up to 12pax)
Normally €59pp, special discount available now for limited time. Minimum charge: 20 people.
From £140 per person sharing
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