Ireland Travel Reviews Presented by Family and Friends at www.TripsToIreland.org … it shows you the way to The Emerald Isle
June 15, 2010
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Trips to Ireland
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Ireland Travel Reviews Presented by Family and Friends at
Trips To Ireland.org … it shows you the way to The Emerald Isle
Ireland is one of the world’s most affordable destinations, according to USAToday. Family and friends with ties to Ireland play host on http://www.TripsToIreland.org presenting personal, first hand reviews of Irish castles, ancient sites, golf getaways, historic Galway, and other hot spots that make up inclusive travel packages to the magical and enchanting Emerald Isle.
“My friends and family have extensively toured the four provinces that make up Ireland, and enjoy sharing their best experiences with other travelers,” said Craig Compton, creator of the website. “No trip to Ireland is complete without castles, pubs, music, and golf getaways.”
Compton suggests combining golf with hot spots at places like Ardglass, County Down or Potush in Northern Ireland. Western Ireland golf offers awe inspiring layouts at Ballyliffin, Rosapenna, Portsalon, Donegal, and Connemara, to name a few.
A visit to Dublin is not complete without a round of golf at one of the world class golf courses nearby. Local favorites are Kileen Castle, Baltray, the K Club, and Druids Glen. Then it’s on to city attractions like Dublin Castle, the Guinness brewery, and the music of County Clare.
Many Ireland travel packages feature castle hotels, such as the Abbeyglen Castle Hotel or the Ballynahinch Castle Hotel. Guest houses with modern amenities or Irish cottages are a popular and affordable way to visit Ireland, especially Galway, a historic town dating back to medieval times. Within 100 miles, there are the likes of Cork and Killarney for traditional Irish bars and restaurants. Limerick is less than 50 miles away.
All trips through tripstoireland.org are tailored to the visitor’s style and budget. An upcoming travel package may include: Ireland’s famous landmarks, castle tours, and the Connaught countryside. The Solheim Cup, scheduled for 2011 in Ireland, will be held at Kileen Castle. It’s a great time to take an Ireland golf vacation and see world class PGA golf at the same time.
For more information, visit the website: http://www.TripsToIreland.org.
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