Reviewed on 4 May 2023
In a country packed with historic golf courses, Ashbourne Golf Club is rather rare for an Irish course, in that it wasn’t founded until the 1990s. However, what it lacks in age it more than makes up for in quality – a fantastic course with challenging holes, you’ll find that Ashbourne Golf Club easily outshines many of its competitors.
Ireland may be known for its lush forests and sparkling lakes, but that doesn’t mean your visit here needs to be sedate. For a day of family thrills, hit the rides at one of Ireland’s largest theme parks, the potato-themed Tayto Park in Ashbourne, County Meath. With a range of activities to please everyone from young children to the grown-ups, you’ll easily find something to keep you entertained.
The National Aquatic Centre in Dublin is one of the world’s biggest indoor water complexes and is the third most popular fee-paying attraction in Ireland.