Need a relaxing getaway? Look no further than BrookLodge & Macreddin Village who have a delightful overnight Early Bird Special at their amazing Organic Restaurant, The Strawberry Tree.
Brooks Hotel are making up for missed special occasions and important milestones over the past few months with a wonderful Celebration Package.
As restaurants and hotels begin to reopen today, Margaret Jeffares, Founder of local food provenance brand Good Food Ireland® calls on Irish people to support origin-linked regional food products and local tourism communities.
Good Food Ireland Member, Michelin Star Chef and author JP McMahon has launched exclusive private online cookery classes available to both domestic and international audiences.
Elaina Fitzgerald Kane, Director of Good Food Ireland Approved Fitzgeralds Woodlands House Hotel & Spa and President of the Irish Hotels Federation has been appointed to the Government's Tourism Recovery Taskforce.
Tourism Ireland partners with Good Food Ireland in a New Campaign to harness the creativity of Ireland’s people to inspire the world to ‘fill their hearts’ with Ireland.
As May 18th approaches, the country take its first steps out of restriction which means we can once again enjoy a visit to our Garden Centres, subject to Government Approval. Good Food Ireland Approved Members, Griffins Garden Centre in Dripsey, Co. Cork and The Pavilion Garden Centre in Ballygarvan, Co. Cork are ready to welcome visitors back.
Good Food Ireland is delighted to announce that Realt na Mara Shellfish, Co. Kerry, has been approved to the Good Food Ireland Collection.
Chris Molloy, is a Chef at his family restaurant, The Lemon Tree in Letterkenny, Co. Donegal along Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way. This unique hands-on touch and personal attention adds a special experience to the offering of good local food. Chris works alongside his two brother Gary and Thomas in the kitchen and his sisters Linda and Trudy front of house. This really is a Good Food Ireland Experience not to be missed!
Help small food and hospitality businesses bounce back from serious effects of Covid-19 by purchasing a Good Food Ireland Gift Voucher that you can use when it's safe to do so.
While we may be in times of serious crisis, there are pockets of hope and good news as communities and businesses rally to provide care and good food to those who are vulnerable and those who are working on the front lines.
While Easter celebrations may have be downsized this year, you can still enjoy the traditional Chocolate Easter Egg with a little help from our Good Food Ireland Collection.