Last week we published our top picks of special treats to spoil your mum with this Christmas – but what about dad?
Dads are usually happy enough with a pair of socks and a cup of tea, but what can you put under the tree that will really put a smile on his face?
Make it Magee
If your dad is the stylish sort, here’s a winter warmer from Magee of Donegal. This lambswool cable crew neck jumper has a Donegal fleck and is a classic fit to suit all shapes.
Here’s a limited edition version of the iconic Hugo Boss Bottled fragrance for ‘Man of Today’ that’s sure to be put to good use during the party season.
Good reading material is always a safe bet for the man who has everything.
Wallets make practical gifts – and this Ted Baker one is gorgeous.
This record player is perfect for vinyl aficionados.
If your dad enjoys the odd pint of the black stuff, these novelty slippers are sure to give him a chuckle on Christmas day.
If your dad is interested in heraldry, this beautifully crafted framed crest could be a winner. This gift displays the family crest, the story behind the name, and is presented in a gilt-edged wooden frame. With over 400 Irish family names available, this gift is one to be proudly displayed.
Add a splash of colour to his formal wear with these colourful handmade Donegal tweed accessories. Putting together matching cufflinks, a pocket square, and bowtie could transform any suit – even the one that’s been hiding at the back of his wardrobe for the past decade (or two!).
Cheers to you, dad!
A gift set of farmhouse beers from Kinnegar will go down well over the holidays. You can get Kinnegar branded merchandise at the brewery, while beer bottle gift packs are available from outlets including The Counter Deli Letterkenny, Kernans in Ramelton, Kelly’s Centra on the Mountain Top, and Rathmullan House, An Bonnan Buí and Belles Kitchen in Rathmullan.
For the dad who loves his county – this poster collection is a modern take on postcards that would look great on any wall. You could frame digital print of Carrickfinn, Glenveagh, Fanad Lighthouse or any of the other iconic spots depicted by Donegal artist Ciaran Boyce. Check out moderneire.ie for more.