Press Release Mid Ireland Tourism 2017
Experience the Magic of Mid Ireland in 2017.
Packed with special offers and exciting things to do and see, Mid Ireland Tourism’s 2017 Visitors Guide is available by request.
The Guide includes the ever popular Visitors’ Card offering over €2,000 worth of savings to holidaymakers. Enjoy discounts on top-class attractions such as two for one admission. For those seeking luxury, why not use the card to upgrade your room free-of-charge at one of our four-star hotels? The card also offers exclusive discounts in some of the Midlands’ finest restaurants or activities ranging from bowling to archery and beyond.
Building on our eighteen years of experience promoting the Midlands at home and abroad, the new guide highlights what the region has to offer for those seeking everything from hotels to archery and all that’s in between.
If that is not reason enough to visit Mid Ireland then we invite you to discover the world of festivals on offer. A calendar of regional treasures is enclosed in the guide. Highlights include the Durrow Scarecrow Festival (Co. Laois), the 49th Annual Birr Vintage Week and Arts Festival (Co. Offaly) or even Cloughjordan’s Cloughtoberfest (Co. Tipperary).
‘This year we really tried to capture the spirit of the region within the Visitors Guide. The Midlands offers something for the more adventurous tourist. We pride ourselves on offering top-class accommodation and eateries supplemented with curiosities that you just wouldn’t find anywhere else. Take the Jealous Wall at Belvedere, a folly built by a Lord trying to block out his brother’s larger house. It’s just the sort of extraordinary feature that makes the Midlands a great place to visit’ – Peter Ormond, Marketing Manager Mid Ireland Tourism
Check out what the Midlands have to offer at www.midirelandtourism.ie.
For more information, please contact:
Mid Ireland Tourism 057 9120923 / email@example.com
Note to the Editor:
About Mid Ireland Tourism:
Established in 1996, Mid Ireland Tourism is charged with promoting tourism to the Midlands region. Spanning counties Laois, Offaly, North Tipperary, Westmeath, Longford, East Galway and Killaloe – the Mid Ireland Region offers the visitor an array of breathtaking inland scenery. The area is part of Ireland Lakelands and Inland Waterways Region.