Staycation

  • 48 Hours in Tullamore

    By Expedia on 12th May 2017
    Often described as the most central point in Ireland, historical and culture-filled Tullamore in County Offaly, at the heart of Ireland’s midlands, makes for a unique and alternative getaway in Ireland. In 48 hours there is so much to discover and experience on a visit to Tullamore and, if the idea of a weekend or midweek break there sounds appealing, then check […]
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  • 10 Amazing Surfing Destinations in Ireland

    By Expedia on 10th May 2017
    It’s the dream: Throwing a surfboard on top of the car and heading for the nearest coastline to let off steam and enjoy being away from it all. And, although Ireland’s cooler temperatures make the water less appealing at times, the country’s burgeoning waves, impressive breaks and flowing Gulf Stream make it a surfer’s paradise at the best of times. […]
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  • 17 Great Irish Beer Gardens

    By Expedia on 5th May 2017
    At the slightest hint of sunshine, the idea of a beer garden in Ireland is always appealing. Better make hay when the sun shines, right? When it comes to booking a staycation or a short break around Ireland, the pub scene of any town is one of the first things many holidaymakers will research. With that in mind, below we […]
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  • 10 Irish Road Trips to Take this Summer

    By Expedia on 3rd May 2017
    Sometimes there’s nothing quite like hitting the road and enjoying the amazing scenery we have here in Ireland. With so many wonderful driving routes spread around the country, it can be hard to decide on an area to set off and explore with the family, your partner or on your own. From the rugged and spectacular coastlines to the Lakelands […]
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  • 25 Reasons to Visit Belfast for a Bank Holiday Break

    By Expedia on 28th April 2017
    Belfast is a city that is booming right now, and for visitors planning a trip to Northern Ireland’s capital, it has so much to offer. From Michelin restaurants and iconic buildings to a buzzing pub scene and great entertainment venues, Belfast has plenty to offer when it comes to looking for a city break that requires very little travel time. Less […]
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  • 7 Last-Minute Irish Bank Holiday Breaks to Consider

    By Expedia on 27th April 2017
    The May Bank Holiday is almost upon us, and for many, this can be the signal of the summer holiday period. Schools are off, the evenings are getting longer, the days are getting warmer (well, hopefully getting a tad warmer here in Ireland anyway), and a long weekend lies ahead. If you’re currently looking for things to do this Bank […]
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  • 15 Great Irish Walking Trails to Explore this Spring

    By Expedia on 21st April 2017
    As spring hits and the milder weather sets in, there is no better time to get the walking shoes on and explore Ireland’s many great walking trails. From its rugged landscapes and dramatic coastlines, there is something for everyone of any fitness level to enjoy. To help you choose the best walking spots – be it alone, with your other […]
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  • 48 Hours in Carlingford

    By Expedia on 19th April 2017
    Nestled at the foot of Slieve Foye and the Cooley Peninsula, the popular coastal town of Carlingford attracts visitors throughout the year, with many looking to simply get away from it all, while others travel to Carlingford in seek of an adventure break that is up there with the very best in Ireland. With a land that is steeped in […]
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  • The Ultimate Irish Bucket List – 96 Things to Do in Ireland

    By Expedia on 18th April 2017
    We’re blessed here in Ireland to have so many great places to visit and things to see on our doorstep. From UNESCO World Heritage Sites to national parks and some of the world’s best golf courses, it’s easy to see why over eight million international tourists visited Ireland in 2016. While the focus for many turns to holidays over the […]
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  • A Guide to Cork, Ireland’s Food Capital

    By Expedia on 7th April 2017
    Considered by many to be the food capital of Ireland, Cork is the ultimate culinary destination for many foodies looking for a short break around Ireland. With so many popular coastal towns boasting a great reputation for their local produce, cafes and restaurants, Co Cork is an area worth considering if you’re seeking a local foodie adventure. From the famous […]
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