One for the boys
Overlooking two stretches of Blue Flag beach, Inchydoney Island Lodge and Spa is gearing up for an influx of dads this Father’s Day (June 18). 


The hotel offers packages to suit ‘Adrenaline Junkies’ and ‘Downtime Dudes’, with the promise that both are what it says on the tin. 

The packages range from €210 and €235 and include two nights in a deluxe room, with balcony or terrace. 

Honeymoon in Seychelles

For honeymooners looking to escape to the sun, Classic Resorts has nine nights in the 4-star Coco de Mer Hotel and Black Parrot Suites in the Seychelles from €2,199 in September or October. Flights are from Dublin with Emirates.

Call 0818 332 515 or contact any travel agent.

The best of Australia

Abbey Travel and Etihad Airways to take clients to Australia. Nine nights from Sydney and Brisbane will cost upwards of €2,024, a trip involving travel between Melbourne and Perth is priced from €2,695 for 16 nights and there is also a 15-night package ‘the Best of Australia’ from €3,999. 01 8047188 

Go west

Go Hop offers an eight-night tour to Thailand’s west coast beaches from €925. Best time for travel is November to April.

Check out or 01 2412389

Three for two

SeaWorld Parks and Entertainment is offering Florida tourists access to three theme parks for the price of two. 

The 3-Park SeaWorld, Busch Gardens and Aquatica ticket prices from €130 per adult and €126 per child; includes 14-day access to three parks. 

SeaWorld’s virtual reality rollercoaster, ‘Kraken Unleashed: Virtual Reality Experience’, opens June 16. 


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