Things to do and places to see around Ireland in March
These bank holiday breaks are sure to put a spring in your step...
Though primarily known as the ‘city of the tribes’, Galway is renowned for its many festivals. Neatly tucked between the Galway Film Fleadh, an international film festival and the Galway Races Festival, sits the Galway Arts Festival one of the biggest events on the Irish arts calendar. Just when you think it’s all over, in September the Galway International Oyster Festival steps up with plenty of music, dancing, talks and exhibitions.
For those of you seeking a truly memorable dining experience, why not visit one of Dublin’s top restaurants. Whether it’s for a celebration, a quiet business meeting or simply a chance to indulge in great food, these five luxurious venues provide the perfect setting.
Castle Leslie Estate is one of the last great Irish castle estates still in the hands of its founding family, and houses a library that consists of about 2000 volumes built up over time from books acquired by (as well as works written by) the Bishop and the generations of Leslies who came after him.
Spring is in the air so it's time to plan a country escape.
Stay somewhere different in one of the luxurious shepherd huts at Virginia Park Lodge in Cavan
What could be better than waking up to one of these spectacular views...
Did you know that the Bushmills Inn has its own cinema? Why not do something a little bit different and enjoy small, intimate screenings of some of your favourite films in this exclusive boutique cinema. Package includes a 2-course dinner in the award-winning restaurant, and of course, popcorn.
Relax, unwind and float effortlessly in a calming and serene state, with these 5 Blissful Bathtubs from Ireland’s Blue Book.
Things to do and places to see along Ireland's Greenways
Unique names for bedrooms, suites and cottages of Blue Book houses
A delicious Sticky Toffee Pudding Recipe from Ballymaloe House
Planning something romantic for Valentine’s? Treat someone special to these treatments for two… Some things are better together.
Romance in a Castle Create memories to treasure at one of Ireland’s Blue Book Romantic Castle
Did you know that some Blue Book hotels and country houses have their very own cinemas? Indulge in the most luxurious cinematic experience, and curl up with some popcorn, (or perhaps a glass of wine) and enjoy an intimate screening of your favourite movie in one of these boutique cinemas.
The Blue Book contains beautiful country houses, hotels and restaurants all across Ireland, many set in idyllic scenic surroundings in some of the more rugged and isolated parts of this beautiful island.
A fantastic warming recipe from Virginia Park Lodge - Irish Lamb Navarin
Proprietors, CEOs, Managers, Chefs, Founders. Allow us to introduce you to a list of incredible women that make has brought Ireland’s Blue Book through 40 years…
After undergoing an extensive refurbishment, the Champagne Suite can now be called one of the premier hideaways in the country.
We’d like to share with you some revitalising facials available at Blue Book spas and treatment rooms.