St. Patrick and County Mayo
Tyler Dillon | Mar 10, 2015
Essentials + Advice | Need to Know

Known as Naomh Pádraig in Gaelic, St. Patrick is the Patron Saint of Ireland, credited with bringing Christianity to the Eme more...

Homefront Magazine
Of Fairways and Fairy Tales
In the News | Jan 8, 2015
Tyler Dillon | Media Mentions

"There is a place where the land is so steeped in golf that it can sometimes be hard to distinguish a city, or even a country more...

An Awakening Tiger
Tyler Dillon | May 6, 2014
See + Do | Hotels

Since 2008 things have been on the go in Ireland at a slow, but undeniable pace and I have high hopes for the island. more...

Insider’s Guide: Dublin Restaurants
Tyler Dillon | Dec 5, 2013
See + Do | Insider's Guide

In the last of our three-part Insider's Guide to Dublin, we recommend a few Dublin restaurants where you can grab a bite (and more...

Insider’s Guide: Dublin Hotels
Tyler Dillon | Nov 11, 2013
See + Do | Insider's Guide

We recommend a few Dublin hotels where you can rest your head after a day spent exploring the capital of the Emerald Isle. more...

Insider’s Guide: Things
to Do in Dublin
Tyler Dillon | Nov 8, 2013
See + Do | Insider's Guides

Be warned: if you try to complete our list of things to do in Dublin in one day, you may need another vacation just to recove more...

Reading for the Road: Books About Ireland
Tyler Dillon | Nov 5, 2013
Essentials + Advice | Need to Know

Building a list of books about Ireland that adequately encapsulates the isle is a tall task, but here are a few that capture more...

Killary Fjord Shellfish
Dave Bowden | Sep 5, 2013
Eat + Drink | Cuisine

Gazing out at Killary Harbour, two thoughts immediately spring to mind. "Wow, this is gorgeous" is usually the first one, fol more...

In Killary Harbour,
History and Beauty
B&R Staff | May 23, 2013
See + Do | Must Sees

Ringed by mountains and often spotted with dolphins following the salmon migrations, Killary Harbour forms a natural border b more...

In Ireland, an Ancestral Adventure
Tyler Dillon | Mar 8, 2013
Experts + Insiders | Columnists

This notion of returning to my Irish roots has been in my head since I plucked my first four-leaf clover at the age of five. more...



A country that wears its pride on its
sleeve and celebrates daily a culture
that is still deeply rooted in
the Celtic past.

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