It’s being a strange year to say the least. The country has been turned upside down by the Covid-19 Pandemic with most people experiencing significant disruptions to their daily lives.
As a result many Irish holidaymakers are now choosing to staycation in Ireland this year. Covid-19 has provided a unique opportunity for Irish people to re-embrace our beautiful country and all it has to offer. It also has the added benefit of helping our floundering economy to get back on it’s feet by supporting our national tourism and hospitality sector.
Who knows, maybe Covid-19 will be a game-changer for the sector, finally opening up people’s eyes to the wonderful services and amenities on their own doorstep.
Kilkenny is a medieval town in southeast Ireland ; a popular spot with tourists Kilkenny boasts excellent accommodation options, some of Ireland’s finest eateries and a vibrant and bustling nigh-life.
Things To Do
Kytlers Inn: The oldest inn in Kilkenny was established by the first convicted witch in Ireland.
Dunmore Cave: This stunning Irish cave is believed to have been the site of a bloody Viking massacre
Kilkenny Castle: Built in 1195, Kilkenny Castle offers a unique insight into Kilkenny’s history. There are daily tours offered during the summer months.
Killarney is one of Ireland’s top tourist destinations. Travelling to Killarney is sure to be a memorable experience. Follow the ancient pagan paths, visit the stunning waterfalls or hike through the lush green valleys. Whatever your passion, Killarney is sure to deliver on and exceed your expectations
Things to do
Glamping: Glamping has become increasingly popular in recent years and Glamping at the Grove is Killarneys premier glamping facility. Located just 1.5 kms from the city centre, this unique vaction offers a wide range of glamping packages.
Killarney National Park: Killarney national park is a must see for any tourist. Walk, cycle or take a Jaunting car through one of Ireland’s most beautiful parks and admire the flora and fauna. Home to a wide variety of animal species, be sure to keep an eye out for one the last remaining indigenous Wild Red Deer.