Laurie Medina, a French reporter has recently published a fantastic video for the French television network TV5Monde, based on a visit to the Boyne Valley.
High kings and high crosses, rollercoasters and razor clams, beaches and battlefields, garden trails and greenways - I love a holiday that caters for everyone in the family. Make it a short drive from home and it's even better: 30 minutes from Dublin? Yes, please.
Today for Meet the Members we are taking to the waters, to explore the river with Boyne Boats!
Under the expert supervision of a local guide, this is a rare opportunity to explore the Boyne Valley in the actual currach boats that featured in the Game of Thrones TV series
Native to Ireland, and rooted in its history, the currach was traditionally made with a wooden frame and sealed with animal skins and hides.
Today for Meet the Members we’re looking at City North Hotel & Conference Centre.
Read on to find out the new plans this luxury hotel has in store for reopening, a brilliant voucher sale and activites including Cinema Clubs and Family Rock N Roll Bingo!
Today for Meet the Members we’re looking at the three 3-Star Cusack hotels in the Boyne Valley; the Newgrange Hotel and Ardboyne Hotel in Navan and the Castle Arch Hotel in Trim. Continue reading to learn how these fantastic hotels plan to reopen on 20 July and the great deals on offer.
Staff at each hotel have been busy cleaning and preparing for the return of guests, both inside and out in the grounds.
In all the hotels spacious bar and restaurants offer plenty of room between tables for a safe and enjoyable dining experience
After weeks of testing lockdown, Irish people are finally seeing a glimmer of hope with the announcement of a phased relaxing of the restrictions that were necessary to counteract the spread of Covid-19. The public response to our Government’s request to stay at home, to protect our elderly and not overburden our health service has been outstanding and it is heartening to see that, with the reins starting to loosen, a safe approach to getting back to “normal” is being adopted.
"Less than an hour’s drive from Dublin port where Irish Ferries has up to six arrivals a day, is County Meath at the heart of Ireland’s Ancient East" - https://cruisenewz.wordpress.com/2019/08/07/discover-irelands-ancient-east-with-irish-ferries-this-autumn/