• Voya Seaweed Baths

    Voya Seaweed Baths

    There comes a time when we all need to stop and relax. To give our bodies a little TLC. Voya, famous for its range of skincare products, offers detoxifying seaweed baths using organic, hand-harvested seaweed from the clean Atlantic coast of Ireland. The treatment cleanses and rejuvinates the skin. Nutients and natural moisturisers from the seaweed heal and promote skin regeneration while combating the effects of aging.
  • Wynn's Hotel

    Wynn's Hotel

    Wynn's hotel is centrally located, close to Dublin's main street: O'Connell Street, and therefore in close proximity to major tourist attractions and department stores (e.g. Cleary's and Henry Street). Being housed in an architecturally listed Building and part of an Architectural Conservation Area, Wynn's Hotel is steeped in history. When you come to Dublin, stay in Wynn's Hotel and experience true Irish hospitality.
  • Lisdoonvarna Spa Wells

    Lisdoonvarna Spa Wells

    A historical location famous for its sulphur rich spa water. The discovery of the spring water with the strong odour lead to a boom in health-conscious visitors in the late 19th century.
  • Cliffs of Moher Visitor Experience

    Cliffs of Moher Visitor Experience

    Marking a very rugged and steep transition between land and Atlantic ocean, the Cliffs of Moher are a magnificant sight. The rocky zig-zag cliffs stand at a height of 214m (702 feet) above sea level and stretch for a distance of 8km (5 miles) on the Atlantic coast.
  • Cornstore Restaurant

    Cornstore Restaurant

    Specialising in great steaks and quality, locally sourced seafood, you will enjoy a warm welcome and a friendly dining experience.
  • Duckett's Grove and Walled Garden

    Duckett's Grove and Walled Garden

    A ruined 1830's great house featuring numerous towers and turrets, square, circular and octagonal. The walled gardens have been restored by Carlow County Council for use as a public park.
  • Huntington Castle

    Huntington Castle

    A beautiful castle and residence built in 1625 as a military garrison due to the strategic location between Dublin and Wexford .
  • Irish Handmade Glass Company

    Irish Handmade Glass Company

    Come and see the expert craftsmen at work, transforming molten glass into works of art.
  • Irish Workhouse Centre - Portumna

    Irish Workhouse Centre - Portumna

    "The most feared and hated institution ever established in Ireland".
  • Litfest

    Litfest

    A literary festival of food and wine. Stories about writing, knowledge sharing, inspiration, together with music, dance and delicious food and drinks.