It’s just a 90-minute drive from Cork city to the Park Hotel Kenmare — the undisputed jewel in Kerry’s crown. Continue reading “Experience a real-life Downton Abbey at the Park Hotel Kenmare [Archive]”
Weekends are made for indulgence, and the best form of indulgence, in my eyes, is to enjoy a delicious brunch made for you by some of the most talented cooks in Cork. Continue reading “A local’s guide to the best brunch in Cork”
Edinburgh is a unique place. Continue reading “There is never a bad time to visit Edinburgh and Glasgow [Archive]”
What comes to mind when you think of the north of England? Factories? Emmerdale? The colour grey in general?
What about culture, shopping, history, and a landscape to rival West Cork and Kerry? Continue reading “A weekend in Leeds is easier than ever with direct flights from Cork and Dublin [Archive]”
I noticed a few weeks into 2017 that I’d unintentionally only been reading books by irish writers – which is a great thing. Continue reading “Three great books you need to read”