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Murphy's Hotel provides the perfect combination of traditional Irish hospitality with modern comforts and facilities. It combines elegance and style in design with that friendly atmosphere you expect in a family run hotel.
Owned and managed by the O'Hara family for four generations.
The 18th Century Tulfarris Estate is set on two hundred acres, with spectacular views of the Wicklow Mountains and Blessington Lakes. Facilities include deluxe bedrooms, large suites, Lime Tree Restaurant, Elk Bar and eighteen hole golf course.
This hotel is situated 10 minutes from Belfast City centre with convenient access to the ...
Caisleain Oir is a family-run hotel situated in Annagry in the Donegal Gaeltacht, approximately 4km from Donegal Airport. The two-star hotel provides 19 ensuite bedrooms and located adjacent to a Blue Flag beach and close to Glenvagh National Park.
The Glenside Hotel is set in a peaceful countryside setting just two kilometres south of the historic town of Drogheda and three kilometres from Bettystown Beach. The Glenside is best known for great food and a warm welcome.
The Bay View Hotel and Leisure Centre is located in the heart of Killybegs overlooking Ireland's premier fishing port on the south west coast of Donegal. The Hotel boasts sea views of Killybegs harbour.
The Clarion Hotel and Leisure Centre Limerick, Ireland's tallest hotel, is superbly located by the River Shannon in Limerick City Centre, just fifteen minutes from Shannon Airport.
Georgian coaching inn built in 1816 with nine fully equipped en suite bedrooms.
Overlooking the Irish Sea at the foot of Bray Head, the Esplanade Hotel On the Seafront is a wonderful choice for accommodation in County Wicklow whether travelling for business or leisure.
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