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With all the comfort and amenities of a luxury resort yet the independence of self-catering accommodation, the Blarney Golf Resort Lodges are ideal for golfers, girls weekends and family breaks in Blarney, County Cork.
Lakeside self-catering cottages in Killeshandra are ideally situated in the beautiful County Cavan countryside. The cottages are located in a great fishing location central to many lakes and tourist attractions.
Arús Grattan Holiday Homes provide the very finest self catering accommodation in Galway City. These Irish Tourist Board Approved 4 star one and two bedroom holiday apartments are architecturally designed to meet the highest standards.
The Cottages are six renowned holiday homes located near Bettystown, County Meath. The luxurious self-catering cottages are superbly located for a dream vacation, whether spent golfing, fishing, walking or simply relaxing by the sea.
Hill View is situated in the peaceful countryside outside Ballygawley, in County Tyrone.
The Mews are 18th century stable conversions overlooking the Lough situated on the Ulster Way.
Leefield House is a newly built spacious house that provides a tranquil country setting where you can explore South Tipperary and still enjoy some peace and quiet. Set on a family farm that trains racehorses, and produces organic beef.
For a unique self-catering holiday near Conakilty, County Cork, choose the Galley Head Lightkeepers' Houses, two homes perched above sea level and overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. With two bedrooms each, the homes are ideal for a family break.
Located in the heart of Dublin’s liveliest quarter, No 25 Eustace Street is a perfect location for exploring Dublin’s buoyant cultural life. The property dates from c.1720. It is one of a few houses of the early 18th century to survive in Dublin.
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