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Condé Nast Traveller Names Co. Tipperary Among World's Best Holiday Destinations For 2022

Published on Nov 12 2021 10:30 AM in General Industry tagged: Trending Posts / Conde Nast / Co. Tipperary / Condé Nast Traveller / Apple Farm / Tipperary Food Producers

Condé Nast Traveller Names Co. Tipperary Among World's Best Holiday Destinations For 2022

Condé Nast Traveller has named Co. Tipperary among the world's best holiday destinations for 2022.

As reported by The Irish Independent, Condé Nast Traveller said, "County Tipperary has long held an appeal for history buffs due to the atmospheric Rock of Cashel landmark - the most spectacular cluster of medieval buildings in Ireland."

Condé Nast Traveller reportedly continued, "But it has rarely been more than a half-day bullet point as part of a longer itinerary.

"2022 should see guests pump the breaks, as there is much more to enjoy in this cosy, characterful county, from local artisans and family run woollen mills to craft distilleries and ancient cave formations."

"Best Holiday Destinations"

Condé Nast Traveller's annual "Best Holiday Destinations" is an editorial list that is reportedly complied with input from its network of local experts across the world.

The latest edition reportedly includes 22 destinations ranging from cultural visits in Oslo, New Orleans and Egypt to adventure trips in Beijing and The Daintree in Queensland.

"Best For Foodies"

Co. Tipperary is reportedly listed under the "Best for Foodies" section, alongside Birmingham, Serbia, Jersey and Bend in Oregon, USA.

Condé Nast Traveller reportedly said, "A cornucopia of goodies can also be gobbled up on Tipperary Food Tours," from farm tours to traditional cheesemakers where you can indulge in "an unfathomably creamy wedge" of Cashel Blue.

Chairman Of The Tipperary Food Producers Network Statements

Con Traas of the Apple Farm in Cahir and Chairman of the Tipperary Food Producers network, which reportedly has a new series of virtual food tours that give a closer look at the day-to-day life of its artisan producers, reportedly said, "It's really wonderful.

"That type of publicity isn’t easy to come by, particularly given the competition you're up against…

"To see Tipperary as the county mentioned and then that our own food producers are getting a look in, it's great."

Traas reportedly added that the producers' network is having its first in-person meeting since the COVID-19 pandemic began today (Friday November 12), and reportedly said, "I'm sure we'll be toasting this."

Cashel Palace Hotel Reopening

Condé Nast Traveller reportedly also pointed out that the five-star Cashel Palace Hotel will reopen with "42 smart rooms and suites, a promising spa and a restaurant focusing on hyper-local, seasonal dishes" next spring.

The hotel was reportedly bought by John Magnier of Coolmore Stud before the pandemic.

Additional Condé Nast Traveller Statement

Condé Nast Traveller reportedly added, "Walk it all off along the blustery shoreline of Lough Derg, where you'll be joined by kayakers, paddleboarders and cyclists whizzing alongside acres of cheerful wildflower meadows."

Lonely Planet Declares Dublin The Seventh Best City In The World To Visit In 2022

The above news follows news from earlier this month that Lonely Planet has declared Dublin the seventh best city in the world to visit in 2022.

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