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Gortin Glen Guest House is situated 2 miles from Garvagh town. With its rural location guests ...
Kilronan House is an award winning bed and breakfast excellently located in the quiet, leafy district of Dublin’s beautiful Georgian Quarter yet less than a five minute walk to St Stephens Green and downtown Grafton Street area.
Adare Guesthouse is a family owned and run three-star guesthouse that is situated in a quiet cul-de-sac, within a five minute walk of Galway City centre. The guesthouse offers luxury and comfort twinned with traditional hospitality and service.
Family run. Health Suite with Spa, Sauna and Steam Room. Spa treatments.
The three-star Ballyraine Guesthouse is a modern purpose built guesthouse in Letterkenny, County Donegal, which offers the ideal base for the visitor wishing to tour the North West of Ireland.
Travel writers have described this family-run, fully licensed sea shore guesthouse in Tahilla, County Kerry, as the most idyllic spot in Ireland. Tahilla Cover Guesthouse is often the haunt of Irish and British dignitaries.
Donegal Manor and Cookery School was established in 2004 to offer luxury guesthouse accommodation in Donegal Town. This award winning guesthouse is the perfect base for exploring the stunning North West of Ireland.
Inveraray Farm Guest House in Killarney, County, Kerry, is a welcoming, family home in a quiet setting. Situated 9km west of Killarney there are views of Killarney Lake, mountains and Gap of Dunloe.
Lismar guesthouse in Dundalk, County Louth, is located in the heart of town and only seconds from restaurants, pubs, shops and Marshes shopping centre.
Aisling Guest House is located two minutes from Ashbourne's main street, County Meath and only 20 minutes from Dublin City centre, Aisling House is ideally located for exploring County Meath and Dublin City.
279.00 per person sharing
€270 per person sharing
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From £108.30 pp/pw
€369 per person
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