Outdoor Pursuits with 53 Degrees North

Mary and Marty campaign launch Nov 2014Irish Landmark Trust and 53 Degrees North team up to announce new 2015 Irish Landmark holiday brochure

Whether you have always dreamed of living in a lighthouse, sleeping in a castle or unwinding in a gatelodge, Irish Landmark Trust have 25 beautifully restored historic properties located all over Ireland available as self-catering accommodation. A stay in an Irish Landmark property is comfortable, charming and utterly memorable.

Not only are the buildings themselves special getaways, many are situated in or surrounded by spectacular settings. Our properties are often located on wild peninsulas or close to stunning forest walks. Such environments encourage even the most sedentary of us to get out into the great outdoors and discover a little piece of Ireland. So whether you like mountains, forests or headlands, you may find that that there is an Irish Landmark property perfectly located for your next adventure.

With this in mind Irish Landmark Trust are now launching the 2015 holiday brochure. It is available to download via our website or to purchase in hardcopy for €5.

53 dregreesWe are really fortunate that the brilliant team in 53 Degrees North has come on board to help us promote and distribute this publication. 53 Degrees North is an Irish owned company that knows a thing or two about getting outside and enjoying outdoor sports. Their staff will help you find the apparel and equipment you are looking for whether you are hiking, walking, climbing, kayaking, mountaineering, running, sailing, skiing, surfing, travelling or trekking. You will be safe in the knowledge that 53 Degrees North will give you the very best advice. Visit branches at Blanchardstown, Carrickmines and Cork or shop online via the website.

We often get great feedback from our guests about how comfortable our properties are, and how well they sleep when they’re staying there, well just imagine arriving back to your property of choice after an exhilarating hike, getting cosy by the fire with some refreshments and sleeping like a log. Bliss!