87 CO. KILDARE | CO. LAOIS | Be Our Guest Special O er: 5 Star Hotel - 140 Rooms The K Club The K Club is set on 550 acres of Kildare countryside and is only 30 minutes from Dublin’s City Centre & International Airport. Surrounded by stunning landscapes, The K Club is home to 2 Championship Golf Courses, The K Spa, 4 restaurants and a wealth of outdoor pursuits. Room Rate from: €199.00 - €3500.00 Straffan Co. Kildare, W23 YX53 Open All Year +353-(0)1-601 7200 email@example.com www.kclub.ie Audrey Brophy 1 Night B&B with Four Course Dining Experience from €149pps with Code BOG17. Special O er: 4 Star Hotel - 32 Rooms Castle Durrow Country House Hotel Family Home to the Stokes Family, Castle Durrow estate is one of Ireland's magnificent luxury four star hotels. Seasonal Irish Menus use locally sourced ingredients and produce from our own gardens. Relax, unwind & be treated like a lord or lady for the duration of your stay. Our friendly staff look forward to make your stay an unforgettable one. Room Rate from: €220.00 Durrow Co Laois, R32 EA02 Closed: December 24 - December 27 +353-(0)57-873 6555 firstname.lastname@example.org www.castledurrow.com Peter & Shelly Stokes Dinner, Bed & Breakfast starting from €220.00 for 2 guests Quote BE OUR GUEST Special O er: 5 Star Hotel - 98 Rooms The Heritage Killenard The Heritage Killenard combines elegance, charm and hospitality, just 1 hour from Dublin. With timeless art pieces collected from Irish and International art houses, our stunning Hotel is complete with Spa, Health Club, Arlington Restaurant, Slieve Bloom Bar, Afternoon Tea, Cinema, Tennis Court, Walking Track, Par 3 and Golf Academy, Games Room. Room Rate from: €172.50 - €345.00 Killenard Co. Laois, R32 PW10 Open All Year +353-(0)57-86 45500 email@example.com www.theheritage.com Andrew Phelan - General Manager To avail of best rates, Quote BE OUR GUEST when making a reservation. Special O er: 3 Star Hotel - 90 Rooms Maldron Hotel Portlaoise Maldron Hotel Portlaoise is regarded as one of the finest hotels in Co. Laois. Ideally located off exit 17 the M7/M8 Motorway, 1 hr from Dublin & central to all amenities in Laois. We offer modern Bedrooms, 8 Conference Suites, STIR Bar & Restaurant, White Flag Leisure Centre & Body & Soul Treatment Rooms. Free Car Parking and WI-FI. Room Rate from: €65.00 - €350.00 Abbeyleix Road, Portlaoise Co. Laois, R32 HKN3 Closed: December 22 - December 28 +353-(0)57-869 5900 firstname.lastname@example.org www.maldronhotelportloise.com Valerie O’Neill - General Manager 1 night, Bed and Breakfast & 4 Course Dinner from €55pps with code BE OUR GUEST. Bunratty Castle Belfast THE TUDORS, DUBLIN & WICKLOW The period drama starring Jonathon Rhys Meyers featured a number of examples of Ireland’s outstanding castles and manors. Some of the most notable castles featured include Drimnagh Castle, Humewood Castle and Swords Castle – which has since been restored. Along with these fine constructions, the series also featured Killruddery House and the Luggala in Wicklow Valley plus Christchurch Cathedral, Kilmainham Gaol and The Phoenix Park in Dublin. SING STREET, DUBLIN This boy-meets-girl, boy-starts-band-to- impress-girl story has charmed movie goers on both sides of the Atlantic. Set in the 1980s, the film features shots of Coliemore Harbour in Dalkey, Dalkey Island and, the ever-romantic Dun Laoghaire harbour. Dedicated fans might even fancy a visit to the real Synge Street Secondary School where its design screams 1980s Ireland. THE CURED, DUBLIN & BELFAST Filmed in 2017 and due for release in 2018, The Cured stars Ellen Page in the aftermath of a zombie outbreak across Europe. The film features Belfast and Dublin as grim as they’ve ever been seen. Locations include Croke Park and Harold’s Cross, but the stand out setting and one highly recommended to any outdoor enthusiast is the beautiful Killiney Hill. Part of Killiney Hill Park, the hill looks over the villages of Dalkey and Killiney while also offering an almost birds eye view of Dublin Bay. THE YOUNG OFFENDERS, CORK One of the stand-out Irish comedies of the last 10 years sees two Corkonian teens cycling from Cork City to the county’s most westerly point in the search for riches. The movie takes in some of Corks finest landmarks and scenery. From the opening scene’s bicycle chase through English Market to the mystical Dun Lough Castle at Three Castle Head. The movie is a homage to what Cork and the Wild Atlantic Way has to offer.