Boyne Valley is Ireland’s answer to foodie paradise

Published: 28 Aug 2018

This is really fantastic coverage for the Boyne Valley region! Journalist Sarah Wolstencroft from The Scottish Sun was our guest recently as part of a media trip to Counties Louth and Meath. Sarah is full of positive praise for many of our tourism members and the hospitality that she received on her three-day trip here.

Sarah writes: "The Boyne Valley is Ireland’s answer to foodie paradise with a Martry Mill masterclass and lessons on how to ‘be Irish for the day’ at Causey Farm. Some destinations make you feel instantly at home - Ireland’s beautiful Boyne Valley is one of them. The warm welcome everywhere you go means you immediately feel like you’re with old friends. Just a 20-minute drive from Dublin and straddling the Counties of Louth and Meath, it is an area that is often overlooked by tourists heading to the Irish capital - but they are missing out on one of the country’s real treasures. The unspoiled scenery alone would make the Boyne Valley worth visiting, but there are plenty of other reasons as well. It’s a foodie’s paradise, packed with producers passionate about creating the very best."

The article also mentions many of our tourism members, including Boyne Valley Flavours, Slane Whiskey Ireland, Headfort Arms, The Central Navan, Scholars Townhouse Hotel, Westcourt Hotel, Highlanes Drogheda, Fleadh Cheoil, Tankardstown House, Beaulieu House, Garden & Car Museum, Drogheda, Office of Public Works - OPW, Ireland's Ancient East, Irish Military War Museum, Vanilla Pod Kells and the Boyne Valley Garden Trail.

Read the original article here.