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Celebrate St Patrick's Day in Ireland

Ireland for St Patrick's Day

St Patrick's Day on 17 March is the ideal time for camping in Ireland. Take the car, campervan or mobile home across to Dublin, Rosslare, Larne or Dun Laohaire ports and enjoy the scenic drive inland.

Rock climbing, one of activies available

Five-star adventures in Ireland

The five-star Castlemartyr resort in County Cork, Ireland is offering a two night stay in a deluxe room, including breakfast and the choice from five thrilling activities including, rock climbing, kayaking, surfing, body boarding or Thundercat powerboating.

Dublin is the place to be on St Patrick's Day

Skip over to the Emerald Isle for St Patrick's Day

Irish Ferries Holidays is offering a three-night break to the Irish capital of Dublin this March, so short break lovers can catch the craic in the home of St Patrick's Day for just £116 per person, based on four sharing.

Celebrate St Patrick's Day in Chicago

Celebrate St Patrick's Day anywhere in the world

Valentine's Day has come and gone and Easter is still two months away but if you need an excuse to get away, you could celebrate St Patrick's Day anywhere in the world in a whole host of ways, from New York to Chicago and Florence to Montreal.

Enjoy a taste of Ireland this March

St Patrick's Day offers for a truly Irish escape

Soak up all the best of Irish culture on St Patrick's Day with a short break to the Emerald Isle. Small Luxury Hotels of the World has rounded up the best of what's on offer this March, right down to a perfectly poured pint of Guinness.

Dromoland Castle is situated in the countryside near Shannon

Three for two on luxury nights in the Irish countryside

Treat yourself to five-star luxury this spring with the three-for-two offer at Dromoland Castle in County Clare. This spacious Irish hotel boasts 410 acres of countryside as well as its own lake, so you can truly get back to nature.

Experience an owl break at Dromoland Castle

Spend half term with some feathered friends

Dromoland Castle are offering the ideal family break this half term, with a stay at their five star resort in County Clare. As well as 410 acres of Irish countryside to explore and plenty of activities to do there's also an Owl Evening to enjoy.

Discover the Irish countryside on a ferry-drive holiday

Extra nights free on hotel breaks in Ireland

The Emerald Isle is offering great value to short-break visitors this spring, with three nights for the price of two and kids go free offers, as well as 15 per cent discounts, at many hotels in the 2011 Irish Ferries Holidays' brochure.

Enjoy a spot of pampering in Ireland

Head to Ireland for a stylish spa break

Getaway to the Emerald Isle in 2011 and discover some luxury spa experiences at a wide range of country houses and hotels, with cheap flights to Ireland available for as little as £5 each way with Aer Lingus.

Dublin is aiming to become a New Years hotspot

Dublin rings in 2011 with three-day festival

The Irish capital is celebrating the start of 2011 in style with a brand new festival of music, food, drink and entertainment across the city from December 30 to January 1 to rival Edinburgh's Hogmanay festivities.

Go for romance in Ireland this Valentine's day

Treat your partner to a fairytale Valentine's

Combine five-star luxury with the scenic surroundings of an Irish castle on a Valentine's Day weekend break at Dromoland Castle in County Clare, Ireland for just £160 per person.

London is the most popular destination for a weekend break

Brits still splashing out on weekends away

More than 60 per cent of UK adults have taken a weekend break over the past year, spending an average of £719 each, meaning that the recession has not dented our appetite for quick getaways.

The wine will be waiting for you on your romantic break

A romantic getaway in the Irish countryside

Whisk your lover off their feet with a blissful stay at Wineport Lodge, a relaxing lakeside retreat in County Westmeath, where you will be greeted with a romantic hamper of wine, chocolates and flowers.

Relax in the New Year with a spa break

Unwind in Ireland on a New Year spa break

Revitalise yourself this January, with a relaxing spa break at Castlemartyr Resort in County Cork, Ireland, where guests can enjoy five-star luxury in an 18th century manor house from just £162 per night.

Relax with a spa treatment at the Chill Spa

Chill out at the Ice House this autumn

Take a relaxing Irish weekend at the Ice House in County Mayo, where you can enjoy a two-night stay in a deluxe room with panoramic riverside views from just £285 per person.

Kids can pet the donkeys at Glendeer Pet Farm

Festive Irish spa break to Wineport

Discover Ireland's answer to Lapland this December, with a seasonal getaway at Wineport Lodge, where you can get three night's accommodation for the price of two. As a result three nights in a lake view room will cost £195 per person.

Enjoy a champagne mini-moon with the Dromoland Collection

Pack more in on an Irish mini-moon

Whether you want to indulge yourselves on a post-wedding long weekend or just have a quick treat before a long-haul honeymoon later in the year, the Dromoland Collection has the answer.

Ennis in County Clare is hosting a traditional music festival in November

Christmas delights on the Emerald Isle

This festive season, why not nip over to Ireland, where there is a selection of festivals, Christmas markets and concerts going on in November and December.

Bring in the New Year with a bang in Ireland

An explosive New Year in Ireland

Greet the New Year in style with a five-star Irish couple's escape. Enjoy spectacular fireworks at a castle ball, or indulge in a five-course meal before dancing to a swing band.

The Sleigh Bells Ring package includes spa treatments

Enjoy a cooler Christmas getaway at Ice House hotel

The four-star resort in County Mayo, Ireland is offering two-night stays in December for under £200 per person including spa treatments and dinner.

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