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The Glengarriff Eccles Hotel overlooks Glengarriff Harbour and Bantry bay. This three-star family-run hotel dates back to the early 1800's and the original lobby is still in place, with turf fires still welcoming guests.
Lake of Shadows is a comfortable, family-run hotel located in Buncrana, County Donegal. The property sits just steps from the sandy beaches of Lough Swilly, making it a great choice for both active and relaxing breaks.
Breaffy House Hotel sits on the 90-acre estate of Breaffy Resort, located just outside Castlebar in County Mayo. The three-star hotel offers old-world charm and hospitality combined with excellent accommodation and leisure facilities.
Located in the heart of County Meath only 20 minutes from Dublin, The Station House Hotel, which was originally a railway station, offers the very best in luxury accommodation and fine dining in the award winning Signal Restaurant.
Carrygerry is located in Newmarket-on-Fergus, County Clare. The manor house is a 200 year old, sensitively restored and refurbished hotel. The two star hotel overlooks the Shannon and Fergus estuary.
The Bayview Hotel is situated at the heart of the picturesque village of Portballintrae.
The Kildare Street Hotel is a two-star hotel located in the heart of Dublin city centre, only two minutes walking from Grafton Street. The hotel offers 35 bedrooms, some with lovely views of Trinity College.
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.
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