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Ariel House is a beautiful Victorian styled guesthouse in the heart of Dublin 4 in Ballsbridge. A stones throw from the Aviva Stadium and the magnificent RDS stadium, a stay here offers a touch of elegance in the heart of the city.
The three-star Moorings Guesthouse situated in Portmagee, County Kerry. Located in the gateway to the Skellig Islands, this delightful bar, restaurant and B&B offers fresh seafood and a real commitment to the best standards that Irish hospitality.
MacNean House is a fine dining restaurant, run by chef Neven Maguire, with 17 luxurious guestrooms and two suites. MacNean House offers guests extended menus of his award winning dishes and wines from all over the world.
Irish Edwardian town house located at the foot of Ben Madigan Mountain near Belfast Castle.
Overlooks one of Belfasts largest parks and is close to Belfast City centre.
Coral Gables is a family run guesthouse in Rosslare, County Wexford. Coral Gables is a perfect stop off point if you are travelling on the ferry.
The three-star Corrib Haven Guesthouse is located in Galway City on the N59 road to Clifden. Situated just a twenty minute walk to the city centre, it is ideally located for exploring all that Galway city and its surrounding areas have to offer.
Licensed guest house and restaurant, located in a listed building in scenic surroundings.
Davitt's offers luxury accommodation in the heart of Kenmare, County Kerry. There is a bar and bistro downstairs serving excellent food and Kenmares many restaurants and pubs are all on the doorstep.
Ardmore House is a luxury three star family run guest house situated in Ballybay, County Monaghan. The guest house is the ideal base for angling and golfing holidays.
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€369 per person
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