Ireland's Hidden Gems by Susan Byron
"Where to Eat, Sleep & Play in Ireland 2012" - get the inside story on traveling in Ireland this year
Posted on Saturday, April 28, 2012 at 11:08 AM
- Barron's Bakery, a family-run, Waterford staple baking the best bread in Ireland for over 125 years
- Step into a storybook garden with a fairytale castle at Lismore Castle and Gardens Arts Centre in County Waterford
- Colorado native has a eureka moment - sets up "Full Irish Whisky Tour of Ireland"
- Ireland's top ten tourist attractions in 2013 - Where to go and what to see in Ireland
- "Where to Eat, Sleep & Play in Ireland in 2013" during The Gathering
I have written an eBook, "Where to Eat, Sleep & Play in Ireland 2012", in response to the hundreds of emails I receive daily from potential visitors asking those same questions.
With over 100,000 bed options available daily in Ireland, how is the independent visitor supposed to choose much less get it right? Sure, you can trawl through the maze of discount hotel sites or you can take the easy route and trust my advice gathered over four years of independent travel and research throughout Ireland.
Would you like to know the top ten posh places to stay in Ireland for peanuts? Thought so. Yes, the upside to the recession is that there are some truly amazing deals to had in Ireland right. I have handpicked and listed the very best of them for you in this eBook.
The lists are tight and limited to the top ten for a reason, to ensure that these establishments are at the top of their game, that you get the most bang for your buck, and the best possible experience of Ireland.
Visitors assume that we have great food in Ireland and yes we do, but it is certainly not everywhere and it can be expensive, very expensive. As anyone who follows my blog or Facebook page will know, I love and appreciate good food and I am a great champion of those restaurants, listed in my eBook that are making a serious effort at producing top class food at affordable prices daily.
Although there is already a full, and free, listing of the top ten visitor attractions on the website, within the guide I have again simplified matters by selecting the cream of the crop in terms of the top ten festivals and events this year as well as my own personal favorites that I think offer exceptional value for money and top quality experiences.
For more information visit http://www.irelands-hidden-gems.com/ireland-travel.html
By Susan Byron author of www.irelands-hidden-gems.com