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Kilians Lodge is a budget hotel situated in the village of Mullagh, which is just a short drive from Virginia, Lough Ramor and Kells, making it a wonderful base for exploring County Cavan.
The Courtyard Hotel is built on the site of the first Guinness Brewery, in Leixlip County Kildare. Original stonework has been combined with stylish contemporary design to produce a hotel unique in character and style.
Situated in an idyllic scenic location on the Atlantic coast, overlooked by the spectacular Benbulben mountain, the Clarion Hotel Sligo exudes classic contemporary style complete with an Elizabethan façade.
Situated in the picturesque coastal village of Glandore, The Marine Hotel is a retreat from modern life. The family-run accommodation is ideally located between Skibbereen and Clonakilty, just one hour from Cork International Airport.
Ideally located on the banks of the river Bann.
Assuring courteous service and quality amenities, the Feerick's Hotel prides itself for its excellent accommodation and unmatched hospitality. The friendly staff at the reception will be more than happy to attend to your queries.
Situated in a quiet residential area overlooking the landscaped grounds of Stormont.
The family run Pilgrim Rest Hotel is near the Heritage Town of Lismore surrounded by beautiful mountain views and adjacent to the famous Mount Melleray Abbey. This country house hotel offers accommodation, a restaurant, a tea room and gardens.
Cashel House Hotel is a luxury hotel located in the heart of Connemara, County Galway. The four-star property, which is pet friendly, offers a relaxing atmosphere with lavish guest rooms, award-winning gardens and sumptuous cuisine.
Carton House Hotel in Kildare is a beautifully restored historic mansion, that has been discreetly converted in to a modern luxury destination. The 1100 acre private, parkland estate, features two championship golf courses and a leisure centre.
€109 per person sharing
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