Ballymena’s Galgorm is a delicious retreat in 163 acres of parkland

Warming up How does a Thermal Village sound for chillier afternoons? Ballymena’s Galgorm is a delicious retreat in 163 acres of parkland. The Thermal(...)

Killarney in Co Kerry is one of the towns where hospitality businesses are seeking to recuit staff, according to the new head of the Irish Hospitality Institute. File photograph: Getty

Hospitality businesses in the State’s tourist towns need thousands of staff as firms start to reopen after relaxation of coronavirus measures, accordi(...)

The flight of the little golden swallow is a Wilde-related idea aimed at the revitalisation of Enniskillen tourism. Photograph: Brian Morrison.

Enniskillen, the spot where Oscar Wilde spent his school days, is marking the connection with Wildean events in the pipeline, and kicking off with the(...)

Mark Nolan is managing director at Dromoland Castle. Photograph: Eamon Ward

Hotelier Aaron Mansworth has already had to temporarily close one hotel at Cork Airport as a result of Covid-19. Now, with the Ryanair decision to pu(...)

Montenotte Hotel

On Yer Bike A stroll along Dún Laoghaire pier to retrieve an ice cream from Teddy’s will soon be dotted with bicycles. The Bleeperbike station-less b(...)

The Connemara Mountain Walking Festival offers a series of excursions, talks, music, and celebrations throughout Leenane.

Connemara calling The Connemara Mountain Walking Festival returns this May, offering a series of exhilarating excursions, talks, music, and celebrati(...)

Sheen Falls Hotel

Marlfield House In the sunny southeast, Marlfield House in Co Wexford provides a fairytale setting for a night away with your beloved. Arrive in the (...)

TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice Awards 2019: Harvey’s Point named Ireland’s Top Hotel 2019. Photograph: Harvey’s Point website

Harvey’s Point in Co Donegal has been named Ireland’s number one hotel in TripAdvisor’s annual Travellers’ Choice Awards for 2019. The hotel had prev(...)

The Wilder hotel on Adelaide Road in Dublin 2. Built circa 1878 as a home for “aged governesses and unmarried females”, the formidable seven-bay Dublin building has had a long history. Photograph: Alan Betson

Anyone walking along Harcourt Terrace, a quiet backwater adjacent to the Grand Canal, with its mix of handsome Regency and Victorian houses, will be s(...)

Galway’s G Hotel is set for a refurbishment.

Irish hotel group Choice Hotels said on Tuesday that it has agreed a management contract with the owners of two Galway hotels, including the five sta(...)

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