Editor's note

Oh, to break loose, wrote the New England poet Robert Lowell in Waking Early Sunday Morning.

19th October, 2014
Fiona Ness, Magazine Editor.

Oh, to break loose, wrote the New England poet Robert Lowell in Waking Early Sunday Morning, ''like the chinook salmon jumping and falling back, nosing up to the impossible stone and bone-crushing waterfall. With the winter closing in, that sentiment of breaking loose resonates in Ros Drinkwater's delectable selection of autumn escapes. Whether you fancy escaping to one of the world's most beautiful places - as the Lonely Planet deemed Cork's Ballyvolane House - or...

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