To celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, The 2011 Solheim Cup is offering YOU a perfect St. Patrick’s Day Deal! Book your trip of a lifetime now to avail of this one-time offer!!! The Solheim Cup takes place at Killeen Castle near Dublin over the week September 19-25.
St Patrick’s Day Burlington Hotel Promotional Package
- 5 nights in 4 star accommodation at the Burlington Hotel in the most exclusive area of Dublin city centre
- Full Irish / Buffet Breakfast each morning
- Daily ticket for each of the 4 days of The Solheim Cup
- Daily transfers to and from Killeen Castle which is 25 miles / 40 km away
- 2 complimentary rounds of Golf
- Complimentary PING Pavilion Upgrade for the first 100 people to book before the 31st of March 2011
Total Cost per person sharing €845 ($1183) for 5 nights Total Cost: single occupancy €1065 ($1491) for 5 nights
*Exchange rate based on EURO €1 = US $1.40 25% deposit to secure
Book this package before the end of March 2011 and receive 2 complimentary rounds of Golf and complimentary PING Pavilion Upgrade
For bookings and information click here
Alternatively please contact Solheim Cup Travel on +353 1 8609303: firstname.lastname@example.org
Solheim Cup ticket offer: €100 Season Tickets for ONE DAY ONLY, saving a whopping 20%! Special offer commences at: 09:00am on 17th March 2011.
The Burlington Hotel
A traditional Irish hotel with a modern twist, the Burlington is Dublin’s premier Luxury 4 star hotel – a long standing favourite of times past and present. The hotel buzzes with activity at night as its bars and restaurants cater for foreign visitors and locals alike. Set in the leafy Ballsbridge area of the city, this is the perfect base from which to explore the city. Following a recent renovation the hotel now offers international standard accommodation without forgetting its Irish roots which have made it so popular for so long.
St Patrick’s Day – Who was St Patrick and where was he from?
Happy St Patrick’s Day to all the golfers and lovers of Irish Golf and all things Irish. We hope to see you on our shores in 2011 and can promise you a warm Irish welcome and a spectacular “Golf Experience” whether at one of our events or on your own tailor made journey. If we can be of any help along the way, you know where to find us…….. Learn more about St. Patrick below.
Who was St Patrick? Where was he from?
St Patrick’s Day – March 17 – is the day when the whole world celebrates all that is Irish. But who exactly was the most famous Paddy of them all, St Patrick, and why do we celebrate him? Truth and legend have merged down the years but there are several commonly held beliefs about Ireland’s Patron Saint including:
St Patrick wasn’t Irish at all! He was born in Wales and was transported to Ireland as a slave in the fifth century. He is recognised as having converted Ireland from Paganism to Christianity and is said to have used the shamrock as the symbol that explained the existence of God is three distinct elements within one body. There are no snakes in Ireland and probably never have been, but St Patrick has also been credited with driving the snakes into the sea and more aptly from a golfer’s perspective, out of the rough!
From humble beginnings St Patrick’s Day has grown into a worldwide phenomenon with marching bands and parades celebrating all that it means to be Irish in the four corners of the world. Some of the world’s most iconic buildings will turn green this year including, Sydney Opera House, London Eye, Table Mountain and Empire State Building.
Enjoy St Patrick’s Day and we hope to see you in Ireland soon.