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Built in 1720, the Innishannon House Hotel is a family-run accommodation filled with old-world charm. The hotel is set on 10 acres of parkland in the village of Innishannon, County Cork.
The Park Inn by Radisson offers guests a superb location in Belfast city centre. Located next to ...
Privately owned and managed Country House Hotel, set in landscaped tranquil gardens. Over looking the mini Brosna Falls. A short walk from Ballina town with vibrant bars, shops & restaurants.
Jurys Inn Cork is a three-star hotel ideally situated in the city centre. It offers spacious, comfortable bedrooms, a bar, restaurant and meeting room, making it an ideal accommodation for anyone visiting Cork, whether on business or pleasure.
This is truly a magnificent small modern contemporary family run AA 3 Star hotel; offering ...
The Dunraven Arms, established in 1792, is one of the Southwest’s premier four-star hotels. Surrounded by the thatched cottages of Adare, the hotel offers the old-world ambiance of a country house combined with first-class service.
Set it its own grounds on the outskirts of Ballymena, the hotel is an imposing country residence.
From the striking historical exterior to the warm Irish welcome waiting inside, the Clontarf Castle Hotel emphasises luxury and glamour. The four-star hotel is located just 10 minutes from Dublin city centre in the coastal suburb of Clontarf.
Maghery Hotel is centrally located off the main street of Bundoran. It is minutes walk from the beach, golfing, roughey walk, fishing, surfing. All our bedrooms are en-suite and have tv and direct dial telephone installed. Our dining room and open plan foyer offers excellent choice of cuisine in either a full lunch/dinner menu of our speciality afternoon tea snacks.
The spectacular twelve storey Sheraton Hotel, with views over the majestic River Shannon and Athlone Town, is just one hour from Dublin, in County Westmeath.
From €295 PPS
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