Things to do and places to see around Ireland this May
Why not make this Summer your most memorable yet… Here at Ireland’s Blue Book, we have created THE Summer Bucket list to go by. Making sure your lovely Blue Book memories stay with you, this list will ensure that this summer will be your most memorable yet!
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Follow your Heart to Ireland's Hidden Heartlands - 8 Things to do and 3 Places to Stay
What could be better than waking up to one of these spectacular views...
With summer in full swing, why not make the most of this glorious sunshine… Pack up your baskets and dust off those blankets and visit some of these picturesque places for the perfect picnic spot!
This summer, Castle Grove Country House hosts their 2nd Annual Strawberry Festival
Escape to Dunbrody Country House Hotel in County Wexford for a Wellness Weekend
The best part about the sunny weather, is the opportunity for outdoor dining.
County Donegal is home to some of its most stunningly sublime scenery and beautiful beaches. It was even voted the coolest place on the planet in 2017 by the National Geographic Traveler
Did you know that Moy House has its own farm and is nearly self-sufficient in its produce?
James Turrell Irish Sky Garden: Designed and constructed under the close observation of famed Artist, James Turrell, The Irish Sky Garden or Crater gives the viewer a totally unique opportunity to admire and enjoy the ‘celestial vault’. Turrell, considered the greatest American Land Art Artist, has turned the Crater into a massive naked – eye observatory. The sky is his studio.
Located on the top floor of No.1 is the Townhouse Suite, a generous and stylish suite complete with sweeping views of the city and the mountains of Clare, its own bar & dining area, comfy sofas and a large screen on which to watch all the latest movies.
Recipe for Wild Garlic Pesto from Currarevagh House
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.
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.
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Stay somewhere different in one of the luxurious shepherd huts at Virginia Park Lodge in Cavan
Ireland’s Blue Book is delighted to announce that Hilton Park, Co. Monaghan will be hosting a performance of Jane Austen’s Sense & Sensibility in an Open-Air Theatre in their gardens on Sunday 1st July 2018.
Carpaccio of Wild Salmon with Wild Garlic Beurre Blanc Recipe from Hilton Park Hotel
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.
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.