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A warm welcome awaits visitors to Lacken Lodge B&B, an attractive, newly-built home set in its own gardens in the picturesque village of Birdhill in County Tipperary.
Loughdan House is a cosy Bed & Breakfast, set in the beautiful Wicklow Mountains National Park. Loughdan House specialises in Hill Walking and offers every possible assistance to guests to facilitate an enjoyable stay.
Springlake B&B is a 3* Fáilte Ireland approved beautiful family home situated 8km from Mullingar off the N52 at the Ballinagrove exit.
Kilmantin House is situated in the heart of Wicklow Town within easy walking distance of all amenities. Local attractions include Wicklow historical gaol, harbour, pier, beach and cliff walks along Brides Head.
The restored River Mill, built in 1718, is set in the beautiful County Down countryside.
Blackrath Farmhouse is set in an area of rural beauty, adjacent to Narraghmore Bog. Walking to view the wildlife is a must. Certificate of excellence award winner (2002, 2003, 2004). Large parking area. Easy to find but hard to leave.
Hy-Brasail B&B is located 2 miles from Castlederg, on the Strabane to Castlederg Road.
Glen Gat House is an award winning Victorian Town Centre B&B within walking distance of pubs, restaurants, bars, bus/train stations & vibrant shopping centre. Situated midway between Dublin & Belfast there are several attractions within easy reach.
Renovated family run farmhouse located on R478, Cliffs of Moher road, Doolin Road. Ideal base for touring the Burren and Aran Islands, Galway Bay and Doolin Cave, daily boat trips to Aran Islands and cruise to the Cliffs of Moher.
Modern, family home with T.V, tea and coffee in bedrooms. Adjacent to Malahide Castle and Village with its many pubs and restaurants. Airport 7 minutes away.
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