Sunday, December 15, 2019

Louth

National Hospitality Awards 2019

At the National Hospitality Awards 2019, the industry awards for the Irish hospitality sector, held on Monday October 7, some of the finest hospitality...

Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands to Reach Millions as Top international Media Get Active in the Region

  Counties Cavan, Roscommon and Leitrim get a boost as media visit Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands is getting a major international boost this week, as thirteen influential...

GO ANCIENT EAST MAGAZINE 2019

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Things to see and do in Louth in Ireland’s Ancient East

THINGS TO SEE AND DO IN LOUTH   Monasterboice   Crowing ravens lend an eerie atmosphere to Monasterboice, an intriguing monastic site down a leafy lane in sweeping...

Carlingford Ferry launch a new Publicity video

After months of planning, discussion, filming and editing the team of Carlingford Ferry are thrilled to launch their new promotional video. Enjoy

Things to see and do in Louth

Things to see and do in Louth Vantastival, 1st-3rd June Vantastival is a family-friendly festival which takes place over the June Bank Holiday Weekend. A host of...

Castles and Conquests

Castles And Conquests The castles tell spectacular tales that weave a web of stories over Ireland's Ancient East Birr Castle, Co. Offaly Birr Castle is a scientific...

The A to Z of Ireland’s Ancient East

A is for Ardmore. The Round Tower in this Co. Waterford village, where St. Declan established his monastery, is the only monastery on Ireland’s...

Pubs of Irelands Ancient East

Slainte! Wherever you find yourself in the Ancient East, there’s a pub to match your mood. 1. High Spirits: Henry Downes, Co. Waterford Established in 1759, and...

Ancient Roots Modern magic

Ancient Roots, Modern Magic Three cities of Ireland’s Ancient East Most of Ireland’s cities and larger towns are in the east, facing the Irish Sea and...

Ireland’s Viking Heritage- Ireland’s Ancient East Magazine

Is acher ingáith innocht Fufuasna fariccge findfolt Ni ágor réimm mora minn Dondláechraid lainn oua lothlind Tonight the wind is sharp, Tousling the sea’s white hair I fear not the...

Must Read

Limerick Twenty Thirty upholds city’s finest architectural standards with two major national wins

Gardens International, Henry Street, Limerick. Limerick Twenty Thirty’s determination to maintain the proud architectural standards long since associated with the city has been recognised with...

Go Wild in the Kitchen in support of men affected by prostate cancer New downloadable cookbook on sale now

  19th November 2019: Top Irish chefs are urging home cooks to whip up a storm of tasty dishes from a new cookbook in aid...

Fáilte Ireland CEO leads industry discussion on the development of Limerick as a tourism destination

Fáilte Ireland CEO, Paul Kelly, and the local Wild Atlantic Way team today met with members of the Limerick tourism industry and Limerick City...

New Menus at Dillinger’s – celebrating a Decade

Dillinger’s, the Ranelagh restaurant famed for its American influenced menu and signature cocktails, is celebrating its 10th Birthday with a brand new Dinner menu to...

Strandhill Community Development Association Wins Top EU Recognition as Health & Well-Being Destination

“Wellness tourism is travel associated with the pursuit of maintaining or enhancing one’s personal wellbeing. Global Wellness Institute estimates wellness tourism is a $639 billion global...