Enjoy or Gift A Sweet Treat This Easter with the Go Anywhere Gift Card

Our travel may be restricted this Easter but that doesn’t mean you can’t still enjoy or gift, a sweet treat this Easter with the Go Anywhere Gift Card.

 

The Go Anywhere Gift Card from irelandhotels.com can be used on more than breaks away to any of its 400 hotels and guesthouses across Ireland.  It can also be redeemed on many of the special Easter takeaway treats on offer at select hotels.

 

The Go Anywhere Gift Card is also an ideal option for companies gifting this Easter, a thoughtful thank you to clients or deserving colleagues and employees.

 

Valid for five years, the Go Anywhere Gift Card gives the gift of choice and flexibility and delivers endless possibilities in how the card is used. By choosing the Go Anywhere Gift Card, you are also thoughtfully choosing to support Irish tourism and the Irish hospitality industry.

 

Irish Hotel Federation President Elaina Fitzgerald Kane said: “It’s very encouraging to see so many companies gifting their valued team members this Easter, many of whom are working remotely and have adapted so well. The Go Anywhere Gift Card is such a thoughtful gift this Easter and with the added bonus of a fantastic experience in an Irish hotel or guesthouse only a few clicks away for the lucky recipient.”

 

You can purchase the eCard which is delivered instantly or select a signature gift box with a personalised message. The ‘Go Anywhere Gift Card’ can be purchased from www.Irelandhotels.com in denominations of €50 to €1,000 and is valid for five years. It can be redeemed in over 400 hotels and guesthouses across Ireland.

 

One way of enjoying hospitality experiences right now is with the many fantastic Easter treats available in Irish hotels and guesthouses. Some fabulous creativity with delicious Easter themed Afternoon Teas and tasty treats below which can also be enjoyed using the Go Anywhere Gift Card with irelandhotels.com

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