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Aonghasa's Walkers Lodge is situated at Gort na gCapall near the great cliff fort Dun Aonghasa. This quiet loaction off the beaten track is near the awe inspiring hidden gem that is 'Poll na bPeist'.
Gormanston Park is located just off the M1 motorway 15 minutes north of Dublin Airport, offering catered accommodation and sports facilities on 110 acre parkland site.
Galway Glamping is situated in Brooklodge, Ballyglunin, Tuam, Co. Galway. This heritage site is 11 acres in size and mainly comprises of the former farmyard complex of the Blake Estate.
Burren Glamping is a converted horse truck on a small farm, just outside the village of Kilfenora, County Clare. On the farm there are free range animals such as rare breed pigs, beef cattle, donkeys, hens, ducks, dogs and a cat.
The Lodge at Ashford Castle is a chic and elegant sanctuary just outside the charming village of Cong, in the heart of Mayo. Warm Irish hospitality welcome awaits at The Lodge at Ashford Castle, part of the Red Carnation Hotel Collection.
The Wilderness Lodge is a self catering accommodation located in the beautiful Glenmalure, County Wicklow. The lodge is recently refurbished and can now host up to sixteen people in the heart of Wicklow.
Tá Coláiste na Rinne suite i nGaeltacht na nDéise. Colaiste na Rinne is situated in Gaeltacht na nDéise. Coláiste na Rinne is located in Dungarvan, County Waterford.
Dun Laoghaire Marina is located in the historic harbour of Dun Laoghaire on the southern shore of Dublin Bay. The historic and popular harbour was completed in 1859 and was originally intended as a harbour refuge.
The Lodge at Harvey’s Point has been opened for group holidays, breaks and activities. Located along the beautiful shores of Lough Eske, near Donegal Town, County Donegal this Holiday Activity Accommodation offers spectacular views of Lough Eske.
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