Ireland Travel Posts

Dunmore Head, perched at the edge of the Atlantic Ocean on Slea Head Drive on the Dingle Peninsula, is the westernmost point in Ireland photo Steve Collins

Dunmore Head on the Dingle Peninsula, the westernmost point in Ireland photo/Steve Collins

There are two places in the world that make me feel as if I’ve come home. One is Santa Fe (and I live here); the other is the west of Ireland. Because of our love for the Emerald Isle, we’re doing a series on food and travel there. If Ireland speaks to you as it does to us, you’ll enjoy reading these. If you don’t know Ireland, let us introduce you to it. Ireland travel is a passion of our.

Food and dining:
Meet Pat Whelan, the butcher of Clonmel
Meet one of Ireland’s hottest chefs- Paul Flynn of The Tannery
Ireland’s culinary legend Darina Allen and the Ballymaloe Cookery School
Darina Allen, Ireland’s voice for eating fresh from the farm

For Check-in at Trivago
Best of Farm To Table Dining In Ireland     

Lodging:
The Cliff House Hotel, 5-star luxury in Ardmore, County Waterford
Gregan’s Castle offers 4-star Irishcountry house luxury in County Clare’s The Burren

Places, ancient sites, tours and things to do:
Ireland memories: Dingle
St. Patrick’s Day: Ireland travel memories
Visiting Ireland: Burren memories

Dingle: down a quiet country lane
Photo of the week: Country lane in Dingle, County Kerry
Photo of the week: Corcomroe Abbey in County Clare, Ireland

Photo of the week: Ancient Drombeg, County Cork
Photo of the week: Drombeg Stone Circle, County Cork
Wish I was there: Ireland travel memories

Guest posts for Santa Fe Travelers on Ireland:
A wee guide to Northern Ireland
A Day in East Cork – an Irish gem
Dingle Ireland: Stone Walls and Bog Roads
Dingle Ireland: Great Blasket Island

Travel Squire
Trad Music on the Dingle Peninsula

Striped Pot
5 historic sites to visit on the Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry Ireland

TravelLinkSites
Why we love traveling in Ireland

What do you love about living or traveling in Ireland? Is there a special place you want to share? A church, an archaeological or spiritual site, a town, a city, restaurant, inn or pub- we’d love to hear about it. As they say in Ireland, céad míle fáilte (10,000 welcomes) to our Ireland Travel post round-up page.