thornbury castle
The castles of Great Britain and Ireland are timeless relics of a proud heritage. From flamboyant Georgian structures to neo-gothic Victorian designs, famous medieval castles continue to attract history-lovers and romantics from around the world. Castle vacations are in vogue and can be a romantic escape. There are plenty...
things to do in edinburgh for kids
Castles, ghosts, Scotch whisky and bagpipes provide Edinburgh with its Celtic charm. This delightful Scottish city is full of hidden corners and is a fun city to explore whether you're visiting alone or travelling with the family. There are plenty of fun things to do in Edinburgh to keep...
St Patricks Day Parade
Dublin jives to a Celtic beat as Ireland’s national holiday celebrations take place this month. Since the first St Patrick's Day parade in 1931, St Patrick’s Festival has grown into a mega-celebration of Irish craic (or fun). Today, visitors from all over the world travel to Ireland’s capital to participate...
gore hotel london

The Gore Hotel London Review

When staying at The Gore Hotel in London, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are your neighbours as this century-old hotel nestles pretty close to the Kensington Palace, the official residence of Prince William and Kate Middleton. Since its opening in 1892, this boutique hotel with 50 well-appointed rooms has been...
mount stuart
The gardens of Mount Stewart in Northern Ireland are a sight for sore eyes. Voted as one of the top 10 gardens in the world, these gardens are works of art and definitely worth visiting while travellling through County Down. Mount Stewart I’m strolling along a path by a tranquil lake,...
oyster festival
You can find an Irish pub in just about any city around the world. But there’s nothing like cosying up in a pub in Ireland. The atmosphere is jovial, the conversation stimulating. New and old friends huddle around the fireplace drinking Guinness (Guinness fans should mark the Galway Oyster...

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