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Elegant, family run farmhouse in scenic setting with panoramic views of Galway Bay and the Burren. Quiet, peaceful, yet only 1 km from Ballyvaughan Village. Situated on recently developed Wood Loop walk.
The beautiful, wonderfully maintained Knockeven House B&B, is located just outside the picturesque seaside town of Cobh in County Cork. The railway station is only three minutes from the house and trains go to Cork every hour and take 40 minutes.
Linksview is a luxurious bed & breakfast accommodation, ideally situated, overlooking the Royal ...
Set amidst two acres of grounds on the banks of Lough Ree in County Westmeath, Reeside B&B is the perfect spot from which to explore the broad majestic River Shannon and its surrounding landscape.
Devard Bed and Breakfast accommodation with its award winning gardens, on the main Westport Road, N5.
In the heart of St. Patricks Country, Swan Lodge is near Castle Ward and Exploris Aquarium.
Neo Tudor, nine bedroom residence, located opposite Newpark hotel on N77. Near all medieval sights of interest and local amenities. A warm welcome is given at Mena House and Katherine is always willing to assist her guests throughtout their stay.
The Garden Gates country B&B is neatly nestled between the towns of Westport and Castlebar in the heart of County Mayo. A warm and friendly welcome awaits guests and personal attention is guaranteed.
An Capall Dubh B&B is ideally located in the centre of Dingle town with private parking and a few paces from many award winning restaurants pubs shops and leisure activities, making it the ideal location for exploring this breathtaking peninsula.
Set amid the lush greenery of the Irish countryside, Bridgeview Farmhouse B&B is a delightful farm house nestled in a quiet, rural setting between the towns of Kinsale and Clonakilty in County Cork.
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