These are hotels that will make you feel pampered and special and lucky in locations you are quite likely to visit on a tour of Ireland.
Naturally they all have the great accommodation, service and facilities but they also have that extra ‘something’ that makes a good hotel a truly great one.Read More
We’ve gathered together a list of the the hottest deals and coupons available for visitors to Ireland, with up to 70% discounts on hotels, restaurants, visitor centres and activities.
This page is updated daily and most deals are available only for a few days – so check back regularly.Read More
Ireland may once have been a culinary desert, but it has morphed in recent times into a foodie paradise with good food available in all price ranges.
Want to try some dishes that are really Irish? We’re not sticking to Irish Stew in our suggestions of food you really should try while in Ireland!Read More
UPDATED Dec 17th 2011. Like any capital city Dublin has an abundance of budget restaurants, ranging from excellent to absolutely abysmal. This is a selection of twelve of the best.
All, of course, serves excellent food and many are in themselves and experience, with a unique style or a particularly special atmosphere.Read More
It may have had its problems in the past, but Belfast has long been a good place to eat. It’s even better now and the city has an excellent range of restaurants for all pockets and palates.
This is a selection of twelve great places to eat in Belfast from the cheap and cheerful to the best of haute cuisine.Read More
This selection of 20 great places to eat in Cork city has everything from market stalls to sushi bars, from the best places for dinner on a budget to gourmet restaurants for special occasions.
Cork is famous for its huge number of artisan food producers and restaurant menus in the city heavily feature their excellent produce. For hard core foodies, no visit would be complete without tasting the local delicacy of tripe and drisheen – if you dare!Read More
The quality of hostel accommodation in Ireland has risen considerably in recent years and they are now a good budget option, and not only for young back packers.
In addition to ultra cheap dormitory accommodation, most now offer en suite bedrooms for those who want value but don’t want to rough it too much.Read More
Ireland has built too many hotels and visitor numbers are likely to drop – that’s bad news for the industry but it’s good news for you.
There are bargains to be had for those willing to shop around. This quick guide to the Irish hotel market will prepare you for the hunt.Read More
Bed and breakfast accommodation is a popular choice for visitors to Ireland and since you will stay in private homes choosing to stay in a B&B will give you a chance to meet with ordinary Irish people.
Standards vary widely as do the friendliness of your hosts, but in general an Irish B&B is a good value, well furnished and pleasant place to stay.Read More