Holiday at Home: Armagh, where spirituality meets science
Anne O'Donoghue
Armagh is the only county in Ireland Anne O’Donoghue has (potentially) never visited, and it was well worth the wait.
18 May 2022 Features
Holiday at Home: one Coole castle in Fermanagh
The McKeevers took a trip to Fermanagh for their Holiday at Home this year. The verdict of the little people? Thumbs up; but let’s get more water activities in the next time.
18 May 2022 Amii
Is the grand tour trip now a thing of the past?
The origins of modern day tourism are centuries old. People have travelled to learn, to relax and to escape but will the affordable travel we have become accustomed to last?
’If the walls could talk’ - tales from Blessingbourne Estate in Fermanagh
To set yourself up for the history and heritage of Co Fermanagh, where better to start than with a family soaked in history themselves, the Lowrys of Blessingbourne Estate.
18 May 2022 Features
Holidaying at home in 2022? Get off the well-trodden path for a bit if you can
Social enterprises - businesses with more than money on their minds - are affecting society for the better. Keep an eye out for them as you holiday at home this year, writes Amii McKeever,
4 May 2022 Amii
Travel Dubai: a trip to the desert
In Dubai everything is certainly bigger, but as a holiday destination is it better? Anne O’Donoghue paid a visit to the desert and found out.
23 March 2022 Travel
How do farmers manage a 10th paid day off for staff?
In today’s labour market, mooted legislation for home working and extra bank holidays don’t illicit the same emotions from employers as employees.
26 January 2022 Features
A family escape to the Amalfi Coast
Liam Clancy banishes the January blues with a sun-soaked account of his family holiday to an ‘agriturismo’ on Italy’s famous Amalfi Coast.
12 January 2022 Travel