CO. CLARE | Be Our Guest 41 Special O er: 3 Star Guesthouse - 6 Rooms Strand Guesthouse, Cafe & Seafood Bistro (The) Situated on the Loop Head Peninsula overlooking the tempestuous Atlantic Ocean in one of the most Westerly seaside resorts in Europe. The Strand is renowned for its hospitality and cuisine with daily freshly caught seafood a specialty. This house popularly known as The Strand is now owned by Johnny (the Chef) & Caroline Redmond & Family. B&B from: €37.00 - €75.00 Strand Line, Kilkee Co. Clare, V15 FV58 Open All Year +353-(0)65-905 6177 firstname.lastname@example.org www.thestrandkilkee.com Johnny Redmond Weekend 2 night B&B plus 1 4 course dinner €111 pps Code: BE OUR GUEST Special O er: 4 Star Hotel - 32 Rooms The Killaloe Hotel & Spa Where Memories are made - The Killaloe Hotel, a uniquely distinctive boutique 4 star hotel on the lush , wooden banks of Lough Derg. Our Hotel brings you the best: an exciting food destination, and intimate cutting wedding venue and a breathtaking location. It is ideal for those seeking a break from the hustle and bustle of modern life. B&B from: €44.50 - €84.50 Kincora Harbour, Killaloe Co. Clare Closed: December 23 - December 26 +353-(0)61-376000 email@example.com www.thekillaloe.ie Catherine Fahy - Owner(s) Overnight Stay B&B, Bottle of Prosecco, €10 dining credit and late check out €44.50PPS Glenveagh National Park, Co. Donegal Letterkenny is home to Glenveagh National Park. 16,000 hectares of lakes, woods, mountains, deer, a Scottish Castle and luxurious garden will make your trip worthwhile to this remote part of the country worthwhile. The Burren National Park, Co. Clare It is not often that somewhere can be described as both barren and beautiful. The Burren National Park possesses great examples of limestone pavements, calcareous grassland, ash/hazel woodland, turloughs, petrifying springs, cliffs and fen while Dromore Woods is home to animals such as foxes, otters, pine martens, red squirrels among others. The park caters for guided tours and advanced booking is required. GRAND NATIONAL Ballycroy National Park, Co. Mayo Perfect for any bird watcher or nature lover - Ballycroy National Park possesses 11,000 hectares of Atlantic blanket bog, mountainous landscape and it is home to Greenland white-fronted geese, Red Grouse, otters and more. The park also contains a 2km coastal boardwalk which will allow you to explore with ease. Ballycroy is also home to Ireland’s first International Sky Park where you can get star gazing opportunities unlike anywhere else in the country. Connemara National Park, Co. Galway Sitting in the shadow of four of the famous Twelve Bens Mountain is Connemara National Park. This stunning park possesses a number of walking paths which will give you a chance to view some of the Connemara ponies and red deer that roam the park and for true lovers of the wilderness, camping is also available in this stunning park.