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  1. Big Smoke Writing Factory

    Dublin City, Dublin

    At the Big Smoke Writing Factory, we provide creative writing classes and workshops for new and developing writers. Run by writers for writers, we provide a platform for writers to not only improve their work, but to share it with others. Read more

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  2. Yeats Experience

    Carraroe, Sligo

    We offer Yeats Experience lunch and/or dinner to groups of ten or more. Read more

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  3. Grange Lodge Country House

    Dungannon, County Tyrone

    One of Northern Irelands 'Countryhavens', winner of Salon Culinaire and British Airways catering ... Read more

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  4. The Portaferry Hotel

    Portaferry, County Down

    Dating back to the 1700's, The Portaferry Hotel is steeped in history Read more

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  5. Windrush Cuisine

    Belfast, County Antrim

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  6. Irish Studies Summer School

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Study in Ireland : Irish Studies Summer School

    Located at the renowned Trinity College Dublin, this extensive seven-week course is designed for North American University students. It focuses on several areas of Irish interest, from literary figureheads to critical issues in current Ireland, and a myriad of events designed to introduce the students to Irish life and culture.

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  7. Orchard Acre Farm

    Enniskillen, County Fermanagh

    Fermanagh's only Eco Barn. Read more

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  8. Queen's University English Language Unit

    Belfast, County Antrim

    English language school based at Queen's University Belfast. Read more

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  9. Ward Park

    Bangor, County Down

    Beautiful lakes & walks, bird sanctuary & facilities for various sports plus other attractions. Read more

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  10. Díseart

    Dingle, Kerry

    Díseart strives to enable people access, study, and appropriate our native Irish culture and spirituality in terms of language, literature, history, archaeology, folklore, theology, spirituality and music. Read more

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