4 edition of The Hidden Places of Ireland (Hidden Places) found in the catalog.
by Travel Publishing (UK)
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||364|
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Any trip to Ireland must include Dublin within its itinerary. This walkable city has plenty of Culture, Arts and culinary options to keep any visitor very satisfied. Often overlooked by its other UK neighbours, Ireland has plenty of hidden secrets, especially its perfectly secluded and sandy beaches that are unknown to most. A Story that Feels Real: Bringing History to Life. Guest Post from Sharon Cameron, author of The Light in Hidden Places, on her research for this incredible, powerful book about one of history’s hidden heroes.. All of my books have required a huge amount of historical research––even the sci-fi.
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The Hidden Places of Ireland [Billing, Joanna] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Hidden Places of Ireland. Hidden Places of Ireland: An informative guide to the more secluded and less well-known places (The Hidden Places Series) Paperback – March 5, by David Gerrard (Author)3/5(1).
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes indexes. Description: vi, pages, 7 unnumbered pages of plates: illustrations, color maps. The Hidden Ireland by Daniel Corkery.
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saving. Want to Read. Currently Reading. Read. Other editions/5. The name Hidden Ireland is shared with a group of owners founded in the s to help generate income towards the upkeep of these houses, and it’s this group which has commissioned the book. Try one of Hidden Ireland’s many historic houses and experience warm Irish hospitality.
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The Hidden Places of Ireland explores this fascinating country, in a relaxed narrative style, by guiding the reader to some of the established visitor attractions but also focuses on the more secluded and less well-known places of interest and venues for food, drink accommodation and crafts.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.3/5(1). The Guinness Storehouse and the Cliffs of Moher are Ireland’s top two tourist destinations.
However, our island has many hidden gems. Author and photographer Tarquin Blake has explored the hidden history behind Ireland’s ‘big houses’ in his latest book. By Aoife Barry Sunday 14 OctAM.
O’Shea’s Irish Pub, County Kerry, Ireland For all the Guinness lovers in the audience, this is the hidden gem for you.
In a Guinness advert in the mids this little Irish pub played a. Now in its 6th edition, the massively popular The Hidden Places of Cornwall, is one of the Hidden Places Series best sellers. The book is printed in full colour and includes detailed directional maps, eye-catching photographs and is packed with places to eat, drink and stay.
The Hidden Places Of Britain book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The Hidden Places truly do sound hidden - for I have never heard of them.
Leslie Thomas' writing is good even making you smile on the boring parts that you may not have interest in. I wish all the pictures were in colour - as some were/5. The summit of Slieve Donard is the highest point in Northern Ireland, and the Mourne Mountains are certainly not ‘hidden’ by any stretch of the imagination.
However, many people don’t know about The Mourne Wall, or about the two prehistoric burial sites at the top of the : Niall Mcgrade.
Discover their series of international travel books. Hidden Places founders, Dag Goering & Marie Coffey are also award winning writers & photographers. +1 () [email protected] This travel guide to the little known spots and secluded areas of Ireland also has a comprehensive index of cities, towns and villages and places to stay, eat, drink and shop with addresses and telephone numbers.
The Hidden Places series showcases the scenery, history and diversity of Ireland. pps. Ireland Travel Gems. The Hidden Gems are those little known, extra special places or things to do and see around Ireland that you won't find in any of the regular guidebooks.
For example, did you know that near the Cliffs of Moher there is an ancient holy well named after St Brigid who was a Celtic Goddess long before she known as a Christian Saint. Complete with atmospheric s formica furniture and proper old-style booths, its the best kept secret in Belfast.
They even do gluten-free fish suppers. Relax in Linen Hall Library. Relax and unwind with a book and a cuppa in this lovely oasis of enlightenment, in the centre of town at the Linen Hall Library. The atmospheric victorian. Ireland has plenty of world-famous tourist sites, but there are also a plethora of hidden gems scattered through its lush green you’re looking for cool Irish places to see that everyone and their grandmother doesn’t already know about, look no : Kate Phelan.
We all know the Ireland of Saints and Scholars, Book of Kells, Guinness Storehouse and Dublin Castle, not to mention the Ring of Kerry and Cliffs of Moher. Hidden Ireland: Ancient Ireland's secrets unveiled and that there was an interesting story around the places.
In covering the 32 counties, the book also covers all .