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  1. Riverside Restaurant & Guesthouse

    Charlestown, Mayo

    Riverside Restaurant & Guesthouse is ideally located in Charlestown, at the Gateway to County Mayo. Riverside Restaurant & Guesthouse offers guests comfortable accommodation and award winning food under one roof. Read more

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  2. Ard Na Breátha Restaurant & Guesthouse

    Donegal Town, Donegal

    Ard na Breátha Guesthouse and Restaurant, offers bed and breakfast in quality purpose built private rooms on Albert and Theresa Morrow's working farm. Surrounded by acres of green fields, yet just a short 10 minute walk from Donegal Town. Read more

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  3. Iona Inn

    Derry-Londonderry, County Londonderry

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  4. Hillhouse Guest House

    Downpatrick, County Down

    Built in 1830, this listed Georgian House is licenced and has a spacious dining room and lounge ... Read more

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  5. Caldhame Lodge

    Crumlin, County Antrim

    Award winning guesthouse located centrally to Belfast and 2 minutes from the International Airport. Read more

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  6. Marian Lodge Guesthouse

    Salthill, Galway

    The Marian Lodge is a delightful guesthouse in Salthill, County Galway, which stands out in lovely, mature gardens with hanging baskets and large containers of flowers and is close to the promenade, beach and Leisureland. Read more

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  7. Golden Hill Guesthouse

    Omagh, County Tyrone

    Goldenhill is a modern purpose built Guesthouse located 4 miles south west of Omagh. Its ... Read more

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  8. Apparo

    Magherafelt, County Londonderry

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  9. Pearl Court House

    Belfast, County Antrim

    Situated in Belfast's most prestigious area, just a stones throw away from Queens University, ... Read more

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  10. Muskerry Arms

    Blarney, Cork

    The Muskerry Arms, Blarney, County Cork, was established as a small public house in 1838 and is named after the Muskerry Tram line, which serviced the village up until 1830. The premises has been owned and managed by the O'Connor family since 1984. Read more

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