Oscar Wilde once wrote that “Art is the most intense mode of individualism that the world has known.” His Irish homeland is proof.
Despite its great beauty, the Irish castle is home to one of the most poisonous gardens in the world.
Located in County Kildare, Ireland, the Irish National Stud is one of the only nationally owned stud farms in the world.
Though their origin is unclear, buttered eggs remain a regional delight.
A selection of our favourite travel stories of 2015, serving as inspiration for your upcoming adventures and luxurious retreats.
The amenities at this crown jewel of western Ireland do not disappoint—from the luxurious afternoon tea room to the cozy billiards room, it’s hard not to feel like the lord or lady of the manor, especially with hospitable staff always at hand to offer assistance or tell a story.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: Pat Sweeney is drawn to places where many fear to tread. Hanging over the edge of the Cliffs of Moher with his arms balanced and neck craned at 90 degrees, the farmer-turned-trailblazer from County Clare on Ireland’s far west coast calls to a crowd to overcome their vertigo.
No more than a discreet brass plaque and a buzzer at the wrought-iron gate indicates the entrance to Ballyfin, an Irish country house hotel, secreted away from the world by tall stone walls.