I is for Ireland: 26 Tips for Family Travel in Ireland

I is for Ireland. 26 tips for family travel in Ireland. Ireland vacation tips.

Ireland is a perfect destination for families. No land is more filled with magic than Ireland. Even if you’re past the age of believing in faeries (though I don’t think you should ever stop believing in faeries) the moment your flight lands in Ireland a feeling of possibility washes over you. You just don’t know

Ireland Travel Tip : Mix and Match Your Lodging for Great Experiences and Variety

Ireland Travel Tip : Lodging Options

When planning your Ireland family vacation it’s very easy to fall into what I call a ‘lodging rut’. To put it simply, a ‘lodging rut’ is when you think that your trip can have only one type of lodging, be it hotel, B&B, or self catering cottage. Depending on the length of your trip, your

Welcome Home to Woodview Farmhouse near Dublin Airport

Full Irish Breakfast, Woodview Farmhouse B&B, Skerries, Dublin, Ireland

There are some places you just return to again and again. For my family, one of those places is Woodview Farmhouse. It certainly helps that this B&B is only 15 minutes from Dublin Airport, but there are quite a few B&Bs which are just as close. So what brings us back to Woodview Farmhouse again

Postcard from Ireland : May 24, 2013

Don’t miss the previous postcards from Ireland! All along this trip there has been a common theme… ‘Just a quick stop’.  It seems that every day there was something that warranted a stop, someplace that simply ‘must be seen’ before we could move on. Today that stop was Ardgillan Castle Demense.  Less than a kilometer

Postcard from Ireland : May 23, 2013

Don’t miss the postcards from Day 1, Day 2, Day 3,  Day 4, Day 5, Day 6, Day 7, Day 8 and Day 9! “I see Daddy!” Brenna was nearly jumping up and down as she spotted Doug waiting for us to pick him up at Dublin airport.  As for myself, I was just glad we had found him.  We had arrived about

Postcard from Ireland : May 22, 2013

Don’t miss the postcards from Day 1, Day 2, Day 3,  Day 4, Day 5, Day 6, Day 7 and Day 8! Unfortunately we were only to enjoy Miriam’s generous hospitality for one evening, as we had an important exchange to make in Dublin on the 23rd: my cousin would return home, and my husband would join the girls and I for