Sunday March 29, 2020

Travel: On course for greatness

Portrush may have hosted the British Open Championship last year, but Fermanagh’s Lough Erne is to the fore when it comes to golf in a spectacular setting

16th February, 2020
The Lough Erne resort and golf course on a 600-acre peninsula in Co Fermanagh

If you are a compulsive worrier, who obsessively hoarded supplies of food in recent years while awaiting the outcome of Brexit negotiations, it might be wise to check your larder.

I’m no Inspector Clouseau, but I could point the finger of suspicion if you find yourself short of ten thousand packets of flavoured crisps, two thousand bottles of champagne and two hundred kilos of locally sourced artisan cheese. Because, while there may not be few...

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