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Centra retailers in Mayo employ 510 staff and source €3 million worth of products from local suppliers annually, new figures released by the company have revealed.
I have always had a soft spot for Lisloughrey Lodge, enjoyed many good meals there, and slept soundly in the lavish bedrooms. Previously, a stunning job was done on Lisloughrey, transforming it from old style country house into contemporary country hideaway with bedrooms and suites individually styled and decorated, oversized beds, deep piled carpets, dark wood furniture, and the latest flat screen technology. The heart of the hotel is a magnificent period building and behind it, new accommodation was added discreetly in two-bedroom units built around an attractive landscaped courtyard with covered walkways. Set in the grounds of Ashford Castle and now in common ownership, the hotel has one of the most beautiful locations in the country. Perched above Lough Corrib, just outside Cong, the most picturesque of village with little gift shops to peruse, cafes and pubs to refresh yourself in, ferry rides and woodland walks to amuse you. Fishing, golf and even falconry are all on your doorstep.
Centra’s, Ireland’s number one convenience retailer, community impact study reveals that Centra stores in Mayo sourced €3 million worth of products from local suppliers and contributes more than €117,000 in donations or sponsorship commitments to more than 245 local charities, community groups, schools, and sports clubs. As well as supporting local suppliers in 2013, stores also spent a substantial €688,000 with businesses in Mayo communities where its stores are located in 2013.
HP Ireland this week announced the formal commencement of the construction phase of its new 89,000 sq. ft. office building in Ballybrit, Galway, at a ceremony attended by An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny.
If the Walter Raleigh Hotel in Youghal, County Cork was looking for a knight in shining armour, it certainly found just that in Meath couple Grace and Nick Ryan.
Renowned for providing customers with not only the taste-bud tempting aromas of its delicious dishes but also a relaxing atmosphere surrounded by fine art, Basilico Restaurant will be embarking on a new phase in its business by offering lovers of food, art, and culture, weekend breaks in Oranmore or longer painting holidays to Italy.
To celebrate the run-up to Christmas we have a fantastic prize of an Irish turkey and ham for one lucky reader.
Aniar has been named Best Restaurant in Connacht at the Food & Wine Louis Latour 2012 Awards. The restaurant, located in Dominick Street, Galway, scooped the award at a ceremony held in Dublin’s Convention Centre which was attended by the stars of Ireland’s culinary world.
One of the local successes at the Volvo Ocean Race was the Joyces Supermarket Food Stand at Breathnach Quay which served the fienst of Irish produce to customers to take away or consume at the deating area which formed part of the stand.
Westmeath County Council has been successful in securing an 80 per cent grant of €25,000 from the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport for the Mullingar Wellness Activity Route project.