Any Foodies in Ireland (or elsewhere)

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Any Foodies in Ireland (or elsewhere)

Postby Scarlett » Sun Mar 16, 2008 2:03 pm

who want a romantic break, I can highly recommend these two places. They are very different but equally as wonderful.
We are going back to Harveys point for our Anniversary...Purely because we spend alot of time in Carlingford--Once or twice a week. So it doesn't seem far enough away. :D

http://www.ghanhouse.com/

http://www.harveyspoint.com/
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Re: Any Foodies in Ireland (or elsewhere)

Postby John » Sun Mar 16, 2008 3:30 pm

Why would anyone in their right mind go there for a holiday :shock: ........It's an absolute rip off...cold, wet and windy!!!

For the price of one weekend in Eire, I'm sure you could find a nice 10day package holiday in a nice sunny location abroad...
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Re: Any Foodies in Ireland (or elsewhere)

Postby HenryDog » Sun Mar 16, 2008 4:59 pm

John wrote:Why would anyone in their right mind go there for a holiday :shock: ........It's an absolute rip off...cold, wet and windy!!!

For the price of one weekend in Eire, I'm sure you could find a nice 10day package holiday in a nice sunny location abroad...



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You could well be right there :lol:

..just checked 320 euro for 2 people for ONE night :shock: :shock: :shock:

That's around £200!!..........Yes you could go somewhere nice and warm for that...and pay your transport out of that too :D

Here you go, one week in Algarve, flights included £175;


http://www.directline-holidays.co.uk/
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