Unique to the Boyne Valley

Hill of Tara feature's in '12 Historic Sites in Ireland to Visit in 2018'

Steeped in both history and myth, the Hill of Tara is seen the world over as the ancient capital of Ireland and seat of its High Kings. The tales tells of magical kings, queens, sorcerers and demons, whilst the archaeology of the hill suggests it was in use for millennia as a site of burial and of the rituals of kingship and feasting.

Irelands Ancient East featured in Irish Examiners "2017 was greatest ever year for tourism; Record 10.6m people visited the country"

"A record 10.6m tourists visited Ireland this year, with 2017 hailed as the greatest ever year for the sector." - http://www.irishexaminer.com/ireland/2017-was-greatest-ever-year-for-tourism-record-106m-people-visited-the-country-464393.html

Newgrange Solstice featured in Meath Chronicles "Solstice visitors to Newgrange on 50th anniversary of Professor Kelly's discovery"

"Minister Moran said: “I am delighted to be here alongside Minister Madigan to celebrate the 50th anniversary since Prof MJ O’Kelly rediscovered the sunrise illumination on the chamber at Newgrange on the Winter Solstice and to witness the live streaming of this phenomenon in association with Fáilte Ireland." - http://www.meathchronicle.ie/news/roundup/articles/2017/12/22/4150088-solstice-visitors

Slane Irish Whiskey Distillery featured in The Irish Echos "Irish Whiskey is upping its brand count"

"Now it’s hosting whiskey tasters as a result of a partnership between Louisville, Kentucky-based Brown-Forman, which has been in the whiskey business since 1870, and the Conyngham family, which has farming roots in Slane village dating back three centuries." - http://irishecho.com/2017/12/irish-whiskey-is-upping-its-brand-count/

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