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Gluten Free Dining and Traveling In Ireland

You've probably heard that Ireland has one of the highest rates of Celiac Disease in the world. So it should come as no surprise that it can be a very safe place for Celiacs to travel, as long as you do the same advance preparation you'd do before any other trip (contacting restaurants and hotels to articulate your special dietary needs, if possible). 

This month, we received a glowing review of two Irish hotels on, and we chose to showcase it as September's Featured Review. (If you're not aware, our sister website, GlutenFreeTravelSite, holds a monthly contest and chooses the most helpful review from the prior month's review submissions to present as our Featured Review of the Month. It can be a review of a restaurant, hotel, resort, cruise, or grocery store anywhere around the world that accommodates people on gluten-free diets. The winning reviewer receives a FREE set of four Triumph Dining Cards -- one each for American, Italian, Chinese, and Mexican cuisines -- so submit your own review today! 

If you're considering a trip to Ireland, be sure to read the Featured Review for detailed comments about gluten-free dining at the Killarney Avenue Hotel in Kerry and the Mespil Hotel in Dublin -- as well as some recommendations of other Celiac-friendly eateries nearby. 

And if you haven't already, be sure to visit the bottom of our Home page on GlutenFreeTravelSite to sign up for our Monthly Newsletter. We share news about gluten-free dining and travel -- including restaurants that have introduced gluten-free menus -- plus you'll be among the first to be notified when we post a new Featured Review.