Caroline Hennessy makes a quick visit to Belfast to see just how much food she can pack into 24 hours.
Rita de Brún is impressed by the four star Fitzpatrick Castle Hotel, which has been lovingly refurbished recently.
Eoin Edwards spends a weekend in Limerick in a Georgian delight and savours all No 1 Pery Square has to offer.More
Tony Clayton-Lea explores the most romantic destinations to wine and dine your beloved and (re)ignite the passions.More
Noel Baker chills out a luxurious bolthole in the foothill of the Sugar Loaf, surrounded by some of the country’s most beautiful scenery. Life can be so sweet...
The Cliff House Hotel is renowned for its five-star class and excellent facilities. Esther N McCarthy joins the resident whale expert for a weekend with a difference.
Explore the spectacular coastline along the Wild Atlantic Way, experience hot heritage in the South-East, feast on fabulous food festivals, or immerse yourself in inspiring art and design.
Athlone has a lot to offer, as Claire O’Sullivan discovered on a recent family trip to Hodson Bay Hotel.More
It’s a sad state of affairs when catching up with besties is reduced to an annual Yuletide knees-up.More
IF it’s a rejuvenating country getaway you’re after then do yourself a favour and take a look at Farnham Estate Golf and Spa Resort.More
Despite growing up in the neighbouring county of Waterford, my trips to Kilkenny have been fairly infrequent, basically comprising a school tour and a hen weekend.More
Susan O’Shea sets up base camp at Muckross Park Hotel and comes away as liberated as a former guest, The Liberator.More
It’s just a one-hour drive from Cork city to Henry’s Boutique Destination— one of the best kept secrets on The Wild Atlantic Way.
Esther N McCarthy relives her youth with a weekend in the Delphi Adventure Resort centre, this time with the family in tow.
Joe McNamee basks in the comforts of Ireland’s only organic hotel, the Brooklodge Hotel & Wells Spa, in Macreddin Village.
Caroline Delaney says coastal Westport is perfect for activities such as cycling, kayaking and hiking, and resting too, just before winter sets in.
PLANNING a weekend that keeps parents and young children interested and content can be a challenge.More
Clodagh Finn says there is plenty to fuss about in the lakes, mountains and islands of County Fermanagh.More