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Breac.House, Donegal: When it came to the finishes and furniture, the aim was to highlight local and Irish design. “It was about somebody coming into a room and feeling connected to what they were looking at outside; that was it for us,” says Cathrine Burke.

There is often a gorgeous moment on holiday when you open the curtains to reveal a view that rushes into your soul like a restorative tonic; you then (...)

Woodford farmer Patrick McGann on one of the hut circles found on his land, which archaeologist Dr Christy Cunniffe believes  marks temporary camps of the Ultachs – Catholic refugees who fled persecution in Ulster in the 1790s

Traces of a “refugee camp” dating back some 220 years have been identified by an archaeologist on the slopes of south-east Galway’s Slieve Aughty moun(...)