Travel Classics Writers
Conference May 16-19, 2013 in Ireland
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Travel Classics International 2013

May 16-19, 2013 in County Cork, Ireland


    Conference Fees:

    Early Bird (until March 1): $650
    After March 1: $750
    Spouse/Guest: $550 (no exceptions)


    Ballymaloe House
    limited to the first 20 writers
    $200/night (single or double), including breakfast, gratuities, and tax.

Travel Classics Writers Conferences:

There's no better way to stay in the loop of major magazine markets, as you enhance your career with great writing assignments. Travel Classics is unlike any other conference on Earth.

    Conference fees include:

    • Presentations by top magazine editors
    • One-on-one consultations with guest editors
    • Meals for all three days
    • Complimentary pre- and post-conference tours

    Accommodations fees include:

    • 3 nights accommodations (first 20 writers guaranteed a spot at Ballymaloe)
    • Daily buffet breakfast
    • Taxes & gratuities
    • Complimentary WiFi

Your Destination:

County Cork, Ireland

From the lively centre of Cork City, to the sweet tranquility of Mizen Head, County Cork is a study in contrasts. County Cork is situated in the South West of Ireland, it is the largest of all the Irish counties and in many ways the most varied. Rich farmlands and river valleys contrast with the wild sandstone hills of the west, and above all there is the magnificent coastline scooped and fretted by the Atlantic into great bays and secret coves, strewn with rocky headlands and long soft golden sands. One moment you are in the midst of a world-class shopping expedition, and the next, you are pausing to absorb a spectacular seaside vista. All of which makes County Cork a unique and delightful area to visit.

The Rivers Lee and Blackwater, flowing through gently Rolling Meadows to the sea, will serve as your guide as you explore this delightful County. While the lively arts and music culture will make your heart beat faster, the beautiful scenery and world-class dining will give you plenty of reason to kick back and relax. As Cork is the largest county and city in Ireland, there is certainly no shortage of things to do and see.

Ballymaloe House

Nestled in a 400-acre estate in rural East Cork, Ballymaloe House is only 20 miles from the historic city of Cork, and minutes from the breathtaking south coast. It is a renowned Irish country house hotel and restaurant owned and run by the Allen family for over 40 years.

The estate is also the home of Ballymaloe Cooking School, located in the middle of a 100-acre, organic farm of which ten acres are devoted to organic market gardens, orchards and greenhouses. This means that our students can learn to cook using the finest and freshest of ingredients. It also means guaranteed quality and variety. Plus, of course, it is incredibly peaceful and beautiful. The school was founded by Ballymaloe House co-owner Darina Allen. Darina is not only a teacher, but a food writer, newspaper columnist, cookbook author and television presenter as well, alongside daughter Rachel Allen.
Ballymaloe House
Ballymaloe House
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Yeats Room - Ballymaloe House
Beara Pen
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