23rd October – 1st November at Tattersalls Country House
"Ireland's lush green landscape is littered with a wide assortment of castles, from throughout history. From imposing military tower, to romantic ruins, to stately homes for the nobility, each and every castle has its own unique history and heritage. These castles are now among Ireland's most popular tourist attractions, and many are now also hotels.
‘Glamorous Ireland’ documentary showcases our landscape to global Chinese audience on China Central Television
A 45-minute documentary, called Glamorous Ireland, aired this week to a huge global Chinese audience.
Foodie destinations from all over ireland invited to enter competition
The Restaurants Association of Ireland (RAI) have launched the search for Ireland’s premier foodie destination today. The ‘Foodie Towns 2015’ competition will see towns and communities from all over the country battle it out to be named Ireland’s top town/destination for a foodie experience. Foodie Towns is now in its second year and is now separate to the Irish Restaurant Awards due to its success in 2014.
Tourism Ireland invited the staff of a leading tour operator and travel agency from Finland, Kon-Tiki Tours, to visit Brú na Bóinne Visitor Centre and Meath last week.
The aim of their visit was to showcase this part of Ireland to Kon-Tiki staff members, so that when they return home they will be even more enthusiastic about Ireland and better equipped to advise their clients about holidays here.
Indulge your sweet tooth and sample these scrumptious treats from some of the country's best spots for afternoon tea
Afternoon tea is a great way to spend any occasion - whether it be celebrating a special event or a simple catch up with old friends.
Tantalize your taste buds with some of Ireland's best spots for afternoon tea.
"Tankardstown House, Co Meath
The rustic charm and relaxed setting make afternoon tea at Tankardstown House the perfect spot for a catchup .
Join up to 200 drummers at Knowth Passage Tomb, learn how to photograph a monument, explore Kells by moonlight, take a tour of Martry Mill, learn about the tradition of currach building in the Boyne Valley, enjoy a walk on Girley bog, take part in a children’s treasure hunt at Trim Castle. These are just some of the activities you can engage in during Heritage Week in Meath.
Good news! The influential American travel and culture website IrishCentral.com has compiled a list of The Top Ten Places to Visit in Ireland - and they have put the Boyne Valley Region in the Number One spot!
Brú na Bóinne (the Boyne Palace) in County Meath contains some of the most important historic sites and monuments in Ireland, and is a designated World Heritage Site.
International Baseball Centre, Ashbourne Launch
Ashbourne Baseball and Baseball Ireland have today announced the opening of the International Baseball Centre, a new international standard baseball facility located in Ashbourne. The new facility will be the home of the Ashbourne Giants youth and adult baseball teams, will support the establishment of a new National Academy for the baseball National Team programme, and will be a centre for hosting international tournaments.