Former Irish and Munster rugby player and dad, Alan Quinlan was on hand in Dublin Zoo to launch the Carlton Hotels ‘Mini Explorers’ club . ‘Mini Explorers’ is an action packed children’s club for children aged four to 12 years and runs on school holidays, midterm breaks and Saturdays throughout the year for hotel guests. He was surrounded by Mini Explorers and joined by mascots Cara and Bola from Carambola Kidz who deliver healthy school lunches nationwide.
Commenting at the Launch, Director of Sales and Marketing at the Carlton Hotel Group, Jean O’Connell said “If you’ve ever come back from a family holiday not feeling fully refreshed and relaxed then this is the holiday for you. The Carlton Hotel Group operate their exclusive Mini Explorers Children’s Club in all Carlton Hotels across Ireland. Here at Carlton Hotels every family holiday is a break for all the family. Try out our Mini Explorer experience for yourself and you won’t be disappointed!”
Northern Ireland has a rich garden heritage with some of the most magnificent gardens in Europe. The Northern Ireland Tourist Board is encouraging people to make the most of this time of year by visiting some of these stunning outdoor spaces.
From grand ornamental gardens to charming walled gardens, award-winning rose gardens, and woodland meadows with wild flowers and lakes, there is a wide range of magical green spaces to be discovered, many bursting with history and interesting local stories.
Galway holidaymakers can save money on their holiday costs before they leave the country by taking Bus Éireann’s daily services from Galway to Dublin Airport on its Expressway Route X20 service.
With great value fares, travelling by Bus Éireann to Dublin Airport means that customers don’t have to worry about driving early in the morning or late at night or about fuel costs, toll charges or car parking fees.