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This is a tranquil, peaceful and very private rural cottage which stands in its own spacious..
The Coppermines Holiday Village is an excellent, two-star development of ten holiday homes set in Allihies, County Cork. A perfect base for exploring all the beauty of the Beara Peninsula, the homes are wheelchair accessible and feature four bedrooms
Luxury top floor apartment, fully furnished with 4 bedrooms (1 ensuite), toilet with bath, ...
Situated in 5 acres with a tree lined driveway, 2 miles from Armagh City Centre , Primrose ...
The courtyard apartments of Killiane Castle are a wonderful base for exploring Wexford Town and its surroundings. Located on a working farm, the apartments provide a peaceful, well-equipped accommodation for either two or four people.
Set adjacent to Bunratty Folk Park, Castle Gardens is a development with three- and four-bedroom holiday homes, including wheelchair-accessible accommodation. The homes are ideally positioned for exploring County Clare and the West of Ireland.
Large Victorian end of terrace house occupying a splendid site overlooking Bangor Marina with ...
Blanchville Coach Yard is a Victorian Self Catering premises, it has been converted to contain two self catering units. Along side The Gardeners Cottage with two bedrooms in Blanchville, Dunbell, County Kilkenny. Houses can be rented seperately.
Ballyvaughan Holiday Cottages in Co Clare offer three and four bedroom cottages that sleep six to eight people. The cottages are within walking distance of all amenities including traditional singing pubs and excellent seafood restaurants.
Located along the Kinnegar Road in Rathmullan Village, County Donegal, Seaspray Cottage can accommodate up to seven guests. With an open plan kitchen and dining area it is perfect for a self-catering family or group getaway.
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