Travel deals: Adventure weekend for thrill seekers in Co Sligo

Try surfing, sea angling, sailing or rock climbing for all ages and abilities

Alfie’s restaurant in the Ashe Hotel, Tralee, Co Kerry, hosts a buzzy brunch.

Alfie’s restaurant in the Ashe Hotel, Tralee, Co Kerry, hosts a buzzy brunch.

 

Get moving

Sligo hosts an adventure weekend for all ages and abilities this May 18th and 19th, introducing an exciting range of outdoor activities to beginners and seasoned adrenaline junkies. Try your hand at surfing, sea angling, sailing or rock climbing, hiking and horse riding, and see what the west really has to offer. Book your adventure at adventuresligo.ie.   

Tralee treasure

The Ashe Hotel has become a go-to for Kerry locals and visitors alike, thanks to a stylish refurbishment and its variety of rooms, from interconnecting for families to suites for couples. Alfie’s restaurant hosts a buzzy brunch, and with its proximity to Banna and Inch beaches, the Kerry mountains and countless adventure trails, it’s a perfect base for a Kerry experience. Its Girls Getaway Break, from €279 based on two people sharing, includes a two-night stay with breakfast, Prosecco and chocolates on arrival, dinner in Alfie’s on one evening plus €10 credit per person towards lunch in its sister hotel Manor West. theashehotel.ie  

Wilde times 

Dublin’s Wilder Townhouse on Adelaide Road has launched an Oscar Wilde turndown service for literary buffs. Enjoy complimentary chocolate along with a choice of two books – Irish Fairy Tales and Legends by Una Leavy, or The Complete Short Stories by Oscar Wilde, along with a custom The Wilder Townhouse bookmark when you stay. thewilder.ie 

The Grand Central Hotel, Belfast.
The Grand Central Hotel, Belfast.

Breaking Belfast

The Grand Central Hotel in Belfast is inviting guests to bring a friend for free when they stay at the luxury four-star this month. Enjoy an overnight stay in a family or double room with the third guest staying for free, plus breakfast included, from €210 per room. With its Seahorse Bar & Restaurant and Observatory on the 23rd floor, plus the city sights on your doorstep, this is a staycation worth corralling the gang for. grandcentralhotelbelfast.com

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