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  1. Coopershill

    Riverstown, Sligo

    Coopershill is a genuine, thriving, grand Irish country house providing comfort, character and sublime cooking. This magnificent 18th Century Georgian mansion is set in 500 acres of woodland and deer pastures in County Sligo. Read more

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  2. Sion Hill House

    Waterford City, Waterford

    Charming Georgian Manor House on five acres of park and woodland overlooking the River Suir, an oasis of tranquillity beside the city centre. Historic gardens with many rare plants. Large ensuite bedrooms overlooking the city. Awarded AA five Star rating. Winner of many environmental and national garden awards. Read more

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  3. Ardtarmon House

    Ballinfull, Sligo

    Family home since 1852 with spacious rooms and period ambience.
    Breakfast (and dinner on request) are served using many home made and home produced ingredients.
    Ardtarmon House is set in secluded quiet grounds of many wooded hectares with many walks and private access to miles of beach. There are many spectacular viewing points of surrounding sea and mountain Read more

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  4. Kilmokea House

    Campile, Wexford

    Kilmokea is a lovingly restored Georgian manor set in seven acres of heritage gardens on the banks of the River Barrow in Campile, County Wexford. The bedrooms in this former rectory have been lavishly decorated and offer the ultimate in relaxation. Read more

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  5. Glenlohane

    Kanturk, Cork

    Glenlohane offers charming, family run, country house accommodation in a wonderful historic private house, set amidst parkland in the heart of County Cork. Read more

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  6. Tankardstown House

    Slane, Meath

    Voted by Conde Nast Traveller as the best private house on the Island of Ireland, Tankardstown, in Slane County Meath, is truly unique. It encompasses the best of a historic manor house with all the luxuries demanded by today's well travelled guests. Read more

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  7. Sea Mist House

    Clifden, Galway

    Sea Mist House is a 19th Century town house, one of the first to be built in Clifden. Whilst retaining its classical character it has been refurbished in a warm and welcoming style. The addition of a conservatory overlooking the cottage garden gives you a feeling of peace and tranquility in an otherwise busy market town. Flowers, fruits and herbs complement our extensive breakfast menu. Read more

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  8. Frewin

    Ramelton, Donegal

    Frewin is a Victorian house set in mature wooded grounds on the outskirts of the historic town of Ramelton in County Donegal. They offer B&B and self-catering accommodation in an atmosphere of comfort and relaxation. Read more

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  9. Muxnaw Lodge

    Kenmare, Kerry

    Built in 1801. Beautiful old furniture warm house with antique fire places. 3 1/2 acres of mature gardens & walks. All weather tennis court. Breakfast menu. Within walking distance of town. Unsuitable for children. Dogs allowed outside. Satellite TV. Many recommendations. Tea making facilities. Wireless internet. Read more

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  10. Lawcus Farm House

    Kells, Kilkenny

    Lawcus Farm Guesthouse is a superbly renovated stone farm house above the Kings River, offering its guests luxury and tranquillity in Stoneyford, County Kilkenny. Read more

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