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The Radisson Blu Hotel and Spa Cork is located in Little Island, just 10 minutes from Cork City Centre and Cork Airport. This hotel is a fusion of old world charm and new world cosmopolitan, sophisticated style.
A mix of modern contemporary surroundings and a relaxing, laid back environment ensure that the four star Clarion Hotel Liffey Valley, less than 10km from Dublin City Centre, is the finest choice for both business and pleasure.
A short walk across the Slaney Estuary bridge from the thriving centre of the old Viking town of Wexford, is the Riverbank House Hotel, commanding magnificent views over the river Slaney and miles of golden beach surrounding Wexford.
Located in Dublin City Centre along Parnell Square and near the Dublin Writers Museum, the Maldron Hotel offers excellent, three-star facilities. It boasts comfortable bedrooms, three meeting rooms, and a cafe and bar with good food and drink.
The Talbot Hotel boasts a lovely location overlooking the marina in the heart of Wexford Town. The four-star accommodation dates back to 1905 and has a restaurant, bar, conference facilities, spa and leisure centre.
The three star Victoria Hotel is centrally located just 100 yards off Eyre Square, within walking distance of all shops, theatres, pubs and cinema.
Roundstone House Hotel is a small, family-run hotel, situated overlooking Roundstone Bay and the Twelve Bens Mountain Range in County Galway. The hotel is known for its friendly service and excellent restaurant, awarded two AA Rosettes.
The Great National Lady Gregory Hotel, Conference and Leisure Club is situated in the historic town of Gort, which is near the border between counties Galway and Clare.
A family run hotel with 29 ensuite bedrooms, decorated in traditional style. Situated centrally ...
The four star Ferrycarrig Hotel has one of the most spectacular locations of any hotel in Ireland, every room provides a stunning view of the River Slaney in County Wexford.
From €259.50 PPS
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