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Once it was just one of the basic needs of life, a fuel to survive, but food and our attitude to it has certainly changed course many times.

Feast on some festive lunch at The Ardilaun

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The Christmas festive season is in full swing on Taylor's Hill with festive lunches and dinners available in The Ardilaun hotel. Award winning head chef Ultan Cooke and his team have introduced a sumptuous three course Christmas menu for the month of December, to include a glass of wine and mince pies, all for €25 per person.

Dine and explore with all the family at The Ardilaun

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The Ardilaun hotel has recently welcomed its first fairy family who have set up home in the garden and are a great attraction for all children dining in the hotel with their families, whether in The Ardilaun Bistro or the Camilaun Restaurant.

Athlone Food and Craft Fair takes place this weekend

There will be plenty to entertain in Athlone this weekend, as the Food and Craft Fair takes place this Sunday, July 2, to coincide with the Athlone RNLI River Festival.

Summer is here with The Ardilaun Bistro’s new seasonal menu

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The Ardilaun Bistro as part of The Ardilaun hotel, a well known and much loved Galway landmark hotel, has introduced a new summer seasonal menu. The popular hotel is known for its service, family-run warmth, and its stunning location and grounds, with its free parking is the perfect stop for eating out. Nestled on leafy Taylor’s Hill on the edge of Galway city, The Ardilaun is one of Galway’s longest standing hotels and has been serving some of the finest food in the city and recently celebrated 55 years in business.

A taste of The Ardilaun with new seasonal bistro menu

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The Ardilaun Bistro as part of The Ardilaun hotel, a well known and much loved Galway landmark hotel, has introduced new seasonal menus. The popular hotel, known for its service, family-run warmth, and its stunning location and grounds, with free parking, is the perfect stop for eating out. Nestled in leafy Taylor’s Hill on the edge of Galway city, The Ardilaun is one of Galway’s longest standing hotels and has been serving some of the finest food in the city over its 55 years in business.

The Ardilaun hotel backs the Galway Races

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The two-day autumn meeting of the Galway Races begins Monday September 5 with a mixture of 14 flat and national hunt races taking place over the two days.

The Ardilaun Bistro launches new seasonal menu

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The Ardilaun Bistro as part of The Ardilaun hotel, a well known and much loved Galway landmark hotel and leisure club, has introduced new seasonal menus. The popular hotel, known for its service, family-run warmth, and its stunning location and grounds, with free parking, is the perfect stop for eating out. Nestled on leafy Taylor’s Hill on the edge of Galway city, The Ardilaun is one of Galway’s longest standing hotels and has been serving some of the finest food in the city for more than 50 years.

Thousands to descend on Féile na Tuaithe

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Féile na Tuaithe, which takes place Turlough Park, is one of the biggest free family festivals in the west and it returns to the National Museum of Ireland – Country Life outside Castlebar on Saturday May 21 and Sunday May 22 from 12 noon to 5pm both days. Entry and car parking are free of charge and bumper crowds of up to 30,000 are expected over the two day event. All elements in Féile have a direct connection with the exhibitions within the museum itself which showcases traditional country life since the 19th century.

Thousands to descend on Féile na Tuaithe

Féile na Tuaithe, which takes place Turlough Park, is one of the biggest free family festivals in the west and it returns to the National Museum of Ireland – Country Life outside Castlebar on Saturday May 21 and Sunday May 22  from 12 noon to 5pm both days. Entry and car parking are free of charge and bumper crowds of up to 30,000 are expected over the two day event. All elements in Féile have a direct connection with the exhibitions within the museum itself which showcases traditional country life since the 19th century.

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