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The Mercantile Hotel is superbly located on Dame Street, right in the heat of Dublin City's commercial and entertainments area. The comfortable, three-star hotel offers a variety of accommodation options, an eatery and regular live music.
The Limerick Strand Hotel, located on the banks of the River Shannon, is Limerick's newest four-star city centre riverside hotel and is perfectly positioned in the heart of Limerick city.
Overlooking Dublin City's Grand Canal, the four-star Hilton Dublin Hotel is ideally situated just a ten minute walk from St Stephen's Green and Grafton Street.
The family owned and managed Downhill Inn Hotel, in Ballina County Mayo offers value for money, excellent service and quality hotel accommodation.
The two-star Naas Court Hotel is located in Naas Town, approximately 6km from Newbridge and 27km from Dublin City. The original building was constructed in 1870 and was converted into a hotel in 1991.
Maples House Hotel is a three-star family owned 22 bedroom hotel boasting single, double and twin rooms, all of which are ensuite, located in Glasnevin, north of Dublin City centre. It is an Edwardian building and dates back to 1947.
A long established business that moved to new premises in the summer of 2008. It is ideally ...
The Central Hotel Tullamore is located in the heart of Tullamore Town in County Offaly. This hotel boasts 45 modern bedrooms decorated in a contemporary style, a gourmet restaurant and state of the art conference facilities.
Bewley's Hotel is an excellent, three-star accommodation situated in Swords and just minutes from Dublin Airport. With regular 24 hour shuttle bus service to Dublin Airport.
A family-run hotel set in Naas, County Kildare, The Town House offers excellent, budget accommodations and has 12 ensuite bedrooms available. The hotel, which is located close to Mondello Park, has a bar, restaurant and function facilities.
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