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Situated in the heart of Fermanagh's lakeland on the banks of the Kesh River, a warm and friendly.
The three star Great National Kilmurry Lodge Hotel in County Limerick is a charming hotel with a big personality, offering some of the finest accommodation near to Limerick city centre.
A romantic, country house set in the wild splendour of Connemara, Renvyle House Hotel is a three-star accommodation located by the ocean in County Galway. Not only does it boast an excellent location but also great food and quality service.
Enjoy modern hotel comforts and traditional surroundings at the Park Hotel, Kiltimagh, County Mayo. The hotel boasts a cafe bar, a la carte restaurant, conference rooms, fitness club, wellness centre, steam room, sauna and outdoor canadian hot tubs.
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.
In the heart of Belfast city, this hotel offers excellent value accommodation within 5 minutes ...
Behind the historic, listed façade of the former Allied Irish Bank built in 1863, the five star Westin Dublin has become a landmark in Ireland's capital. This luxury hotel is located in the heart of the city centre opposite Trinity College.
The Grand Hotel is a charming accommodation located in the heart of Fermoy, County Cork. The hotel, which overlooks the River Blackwater, was tastefully refurbished in 2009 and offers its guests elegance and comfort.
The Imperial Hotel is a three-star accommodation with an impressive location in the heart of Galway City and near Galway University NUIG.
Situated in Dublin City Centre, the three-star Hotel St George serves as a wonderful accommodation for both business and leisure travellers. It is near many attractions and Connolly Station, making it easy for guests to explore Dublin and beyond.
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