There’s no better place to be in the spring-time than our Irish towns and cities.
Whether you’re walking in the footsteps of royalty in County Mayo, driving the
Wild Atlantic Way or discovering the delights of Ireland’s largest town, make sure
you’ve got your Town & City Gift Card at the ready. From tee-time to tea time,
it’s your ticket to the best of Ireland’s activities, places to stay, restaurants and
1. Explore Ashford Castle. Explore 350 acres of Irish Estate, discover
‘Rapunzel’s Castle’ and follow the secret map to the fairy paths at Ashford
Castle. Dating back to the 13th century, Ashford Castle is a five star Irish hotel
that has played host to kings and presidents overlooking Lough Corrib in
County Mayo, and you can stay here too! Indulge in exhilarating activities
including falconry, horse-riding, zip-wiring, tree-climbing and kayaking and
get out experiencing the best of the Lakes area. Ashford Castle is part of the
Lakes Gift Card.
2. Tee time in Drogheda. Ireland’s largest town, Drogheda is located on the
Boyne and a gateway to the North East. Visit the World Heritage site Brú na
Bóinne, the tombs of Knowth, Newgrange and Dowth and enjoy the walking
trails, Blue Flag beaches, the Boyne River and great golfing too. Book your
tee time at the County Louth Golf Club, one of the best courses in Ireland.
Fancy staying over? There are plenty of gorgeous hotels to accommodate
you, great shopping and a mouth-watering café and restaurant scene. County
Louth Golf Club is part of the Drogheda Gift Card.
3. Lunch at The Butterbean. Make Carndonagh your base for exploring
Inishowen and the Wild Atlantic Way along the Inishowen 100, a stunning 100
mile driving route along the coast. The Butterbean is a restaurant and B&B in
the centre of Carndonagh, so settle in for lunch before heading out for a day
of exploring Inishowen’s lakes, cliffs, beaches and of course the lively town of
Carndonagh itself. The Butterbean is part of the Carndonagh Gift Card.
4. Easter treats in Ashbourne. Ashbourne is County Meath’s second largest
town, and High Street Ashbourne is where you’ll find plenty of shops and
restaurants to keep you busy this Easter. Treat the kids to an Easter craft kit
from The Bookmark, tuck into some traditional, homemade Irish fare at
Chrissie’s on The Crescent and pick up some gifts to take home at Love Lucy,
like their Irish Botanicals peony and wild apple mint candle. See all of the
businesses who are part of the High Street Ashbourne Gift Card.
For even more Easter inspiration, check out the Irish Town & City Gift Card