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For a comfortable stay in Ennis Town, County Clare, travellers can choose Auburn Lodge Hotel. The three-star, family-friendly accommodation offers a range of facilities for all kinds of guests, as well as an ideal location for touring the region.
The Travelodge Dublin Airport South is a modern property that sits in Ballymun, between Dublin Airport and the city centre. It offers quality, budget accommodation for business and leisure travellers.
A warm and friendly welcome awaits you at the Chimney Corner Hotel.The Chimney Corner Hotel ...
The award winning Scholars Townhouse Hotel was built in 1867 and has been tastefully renovated in a modern style, whilst retaining its historic charm, by the McGowan family who own and manage the hotel.
The Horse and Jockey Hotel is a four star, family run hotel, located on a major crossroads in Tipperary, midway between Cork and Dublin. Set mid-way between the cities of Cork and Dublin, this landmark hotel is a well known meeting point.
The family owned and managed Downhill Inn Hotel, in Ballina County Mayo offers value for money, excellent service and quality hotel accommodation.
The Coach House Hotel (3*) ideally located in the heart of Oranmore Village is renowned for its excellent accommodation and fine dining experiences. The hotel opened in July 2007, and consist of sixteen modern ensuite bedrooms, a Bridgestone Award winning Italian restaurant ‘’Basilico’’ and a newly refurbished hotel bar. Limited on site parking.
Situated in the village of Stranorlar, County Donegal, Kee’s Hotel is an historic accommodation that was established in 1845. The family-run hotel offers 53 bedrooms, ranging from traditional rooms to luxurious suites.
O’Shea’s Hotel is situated by the sea in Tramore, County Waterford. The three-star accommodation has been offering a warm welcome and comfortable rooms for more than 40 years.
From €270.00 Per Room
€298.00 Per Couple
From €189.00 Per Room
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