Category: Goings ons

Events you are not going to want to miss.

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Selection of Luxury Hotels near Beautiful National Parks

The UK boasts 15 national parks, each of them extraordinary in its own way. These are the nation’s protected breathing spaces, complete with majestic scenery and a fascinating variety of landscape and wildlife. This...

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The Bar is Raised at Cliff House Hotel

The bar at Cliff House Hotel has long been attracting fans among both residents and locals with its combination of warm and gently buzzing atmosphere and killer cocktails. Things just got even better with...

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Celebrity Glow – On Dorset as a Film & TV Location

There’s nothing like a little celebrity stardust to help raise spirits and profiles. West Dorset has had more than it’s fair share in recent times – recognition that the region is made for film...

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Cabaret at Scarfes Bar, Rosewood London

Mayhem in Midtown: Cabaret at Scarfes Bar Mix together the sultry atmosphere of Weimar Berlin nightclubs, the sophistication of 1950’s Rat Pack Las Vegas and a healthy dose of subversive 21st century Burlesque and...

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Top five food festivals

Spring has finally arrived and temperatures are slowly but surely going up. This can only mean one thing, it’s festival time! We have handpicked a top five of Britain’s best food festivals. Enjoy.

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Top five music festivals 2014

Spring has finally arrived and temperatures are slowly but surely going up. This can only mean one thing, festival time! We have handpicked a top five of Britain’s best music festivals. Enjoy!

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An Irish Fairy Tale – Solis Lough Eske Castle

As you turn into the long drive and spot the bronze sculpture of a dragon almost hidden among trees, thoughts immediately turn toward fairy tale romance.  Soon after you get your first glimpse of...

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Tempted by Temple House

Temple House is neither a hotel nor a B&B and is all the better for it. Instead, it attempts (and achieves) a much nobler aim – to make you a valued guest at a...

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A night in Moy

As Manager Seamus puts it, “Not a bad place for something that started out as a mistake”.  When the original owner Sir Augustine Fitzgerald built Moy House just south of Lahinch in the early...