Summer is here and it calls for long luxurious lunches out in the sunshine! Hayfield Manor, Cork have read our minds and provided just that with their new summer lunch menu in the stunning Perrotts Garden Bistro.
The Bushmills Inn are off to a right start this summer having been recently named Northern Ireland's Best Hotel Stay 2018 at the Northern Ireland Tourism Awards.
Fine Dining and Expert Wine pairing awaits for food and wine lovers alike as Ballymaloe House, Co. Cork hosts their Tour de France Biodynamic Fine Wine Dining Experience on Wednesday July 4th.
One of Ireland's largest and most popular festivals, Bloom in the Park kicks off today and will run throughout the Bank Holiday weekend May 31st-June 4th in Dublin's Phoenix Park.
One of the highlights of the summer season is the fantastic kids summer camps that Airfield Estate, Dublin organise each year. 2018 sees their biggest and best offering as five hands on and action packed camps have been organised.
The Five Star Lough Erne Resort, Co. Fermanagh are introducing new Asian inspired flavours to their Blaney Bar menu, which will be combined with the ever present excellent local produce at hand.
The most important meal of the day is sorted as Kelly's Butchers of Newport, Co. Mayo, launch their Breakfast Pack, packed full of their award winning products.
As we say goodbye to the cold winter and welcome the warmth of summer, it's time to turn our attention to a relaxing summer getaway. BrookLodge & Macreddin Village, Co. Wicklow have a number a exciting packages that will have you relaxed and relishing life!
It's time to pack a bag and take yourself off for a well deserved break in West Cork as The Castle Hotel & Leisure Centre in Macroom are holding their Spring Accommodation Sale.
Good Food Ireland provider Rademon Estate Distillery, the makers of the award-winning Shortcross Gin have completed a significant £2.5million/€2.8million redevelopment of their Co. Down based distillery, which will treble production capacity.
Long before the potato became a national favourite, the Irish were lovin' their bread! Nothing much has changed. There's usually always a brown soda bread loaf with butter and jam and a nice pot of tea, to fill the hunger gap in most Irish homes. A generational tradition which has never lost its charm.