Dublin aside, there are more hotel and B&B beds in Killarney than in any other Irish town. It more than deserves its tourism status, says Tony Clayton-Lea.Read article
It’s been a tourist secret for decades, but it’s time Carlingford got its place in the sun, writes Tony-Clayton Lea.Read article
Rita de Brún enjoys a break at The Radisson Blu Farnham Estate in Cavan, a paradise for lovers of good food.Read article
From the Burren to the Cliffs of Moher, Tony Clayton-Lea is stone mad for the charms of Co Clare.
Rotterdam is presently undergoing a renaissance of sorts, specifically in the areas of arts, culture, night life and fashion.Read article
With ‘poshtels’ popping up all over the world, Suzanne Harrington ventures across the water to investigate London’s Safestay hostel.Read article
OPEN up one of the Irish glossies, take a glance at the fashion spreads, and chances they’ll have been shot at the Marker Hotel.Read article
Galway remains the most idiosyncratic of Irish cities. Tony Clayton-Lea pays a visit to Connaught’s capital.
There’s nothing better than being someone else’s guest, says Mark Evans as he checks into the Castleknock Hotel.Read article
As a new Dublin-Liverpool route opens for business, Tony Clayton-Lea takes a trip to the city that skips to the same beat as IrelandRead article
Paula Burns explores the secret gem of the Balearic Islands, savouring the tapas at exquisite eateries, and soaking up the sounds of the sea at private beaches.Read article