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Murphy's Hotel provides the perfect combination of traditional Irish hospitality with modern comforts and facilities. It combines elegance and style in design with that friendly atmosphere you expect in a family run hotel.
The Carriagehouse on the Adare Manor Hotel & Golf Resort provides superbly appointed four-star accommodation for the discerning visitor. The Carriagehouse Restaurant provides an informal dining experience complemented by traditional hospitality.
Situated overlooking Rosslare Europort, within walking distance of the ferry terminal, bus and train stations, Harbour View Hotel is an ideal base for touring the sunny South East.
An ideally located family run hotel less than 5 mins drive from the centre of the historic ...
The Malton is a beautiful four star Victorian hotel located in Killarney, County Kerry surrounded by the hotel's private gardens. Since 1854 the hotel has been welcoming visitors in one of Ireland’s best known tourist destinations
Located in the bustling Cathedral Quarter, Premier Inn Waring Street is the ideal location for ...
The Westville Hotel is a modern, contemporary, boutique style hotel.
Relax and rejuvenate in the award winning Malone Lodge Hotel, Apartments & Suites. A chic ...
The five star Glenlo Abbey Hotel has luxurious surroundings and old-world charm in Galway City. It is home to a range of unique dining options and comfortable guest rooms and function facilities. On 138 acres, it has a golf course and driving range.
This James Gandon designed prestigious premises dates back to 1750. The two-star hotel offers 10 ensuite bedrooms with Wi-Fi access throughout and well renowned dining options available.
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