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Ashford Castle is a luxurious five-star hotel situated along the shores of Lough Corrib in Cong, County Mayo. The beautiful 13th century castle, complete with 83 guest rooms, dates back to 1228 and was once the Guinness family estate.
Situated next to he harbour and marina and close to the city centre.
The Cedar Lodge Hotel and Restaurant is a charming boutique country hotel, located in a picturesque setting. Fire, wine, food and elegant furnishings are matched by warm and impeccable service.
Award-winning hotel situated 10 minutes walk from the bustling shopping town of Coleraine.
The Ardboyne Hotel is a three-star hotel, situated on the outskirts of Navan, only 35 minutes away from Dublin. The warm and comfortable atmosphere and extensive gardens, makes the Ardboyne Hotel a perfect haven to unwind after an eventful day.
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.
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.
The Bay View is a wonderful, four-star hotel that boasts a stunning location in the village of Ballycotton, East Cork. The family-run accommodation is dedicated to providing modern luxury with the charm and warmth of bygone days.
A warm welcome awaits you at the Best Western Sligo Southern Hotel. Situated in the heart of Sligo Town, this popular hotel has an elegant period façade and sits serenely in its own gardens.
For a stay in central Ireland, guests can choose Doolys Hotel, a three star hotel situated in the heart of Birr, County Offaly. This cosy accommodation is one of the country’s oldest coaching houses.
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