IRELAND IS FULL of wonderful wild roads and nooks and crannies containing the most unexpected things. We do unusual and individual so very well.
Sometimes that thing is a fabulous cafe shining like a beacon on a weary drive, or a sunny Sunday one. Maybe it is a destination that gets you out on the road on the first place.
We have gathered a list of our favourite unlikely coffee shops for you. Get planning!
With a wide range of dishes available for you to sample, you can get a real feel for a restaurant by trying out the tasting menu.
The best part about a tasting menu is that you don’t have to pick just one or two dishes to try as you’re given a number of different courses to try, specially selected by the chef. Alleviating the anxiety of ordering a delicious dish means that you often get to try dishes that you never would have before.
When it comes to finding superior slumbers, Belfast has never been a prohibitive city to visit.
The issue came with variety, or should we say, a serious lack of much beyond a smattering of corporate business hotels and flocks of outdated B&Bs. No longer.
The Northern Irish capital still has its fair share of traditional guesthouses with quilted duvets and squeaky beds. But there are now numerous game changers on the scene, offering style and poise at eyebrow-raisingly low prices on both sides of the Lagan.
Here’s eight of the most budget friendly boltholes.
Planning a vacation to Ireland? Picking the best hotel can always be tricky, but TripAdvisor has helped narrow down the search based on user ratings.
TripAdvisor has named the 25 best hotels for 2019 based on reviews from people who have actually stayed at the hotels.
Looking for some new restaurants to try out? Colin Harmon of 3fe coffee gave us his guide to some of the best places to eat in Drogheda.