Five Farms Irish Cream Liqueur is the world’s first farm-to-table Irish cream liqueur, with cream sourced from cows that feed in County Cork.
In Slane Village, in Boyne Valley, about 35 minutes from Dublin, the lush valley with its crisscrossing canals and rolling hills are so scenic, the landscape has been used as the backdrop for shows like Game of Thrones . But now, the region is drawing tourists for a different reason: farm-to-table dining, glamping, and stays at the namesake castle.
On the way to Dromoland Castle in County Clare on the west coast of the Emerald Isle, the rolling hills and ruins of watchtowers signal movement through time. There is a stillness and simplicity, but also a cleanness and beauty that is enough in itself.
Despite its great beauty, the Irish castle is home to one of the most poisonous gardens in the world.
The Merrion’s part-now, part-then pedigree offers enough intrigue to lure any guest back for another stay at this Georgian treasure.
Oscar Wilde once wrote that “Art is the most intense mode of individualism that the world has known.” His Irish homeland is proof.
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.