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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.
For a luxury break in Birr, the County Arms Hotel has bedrooms decorated to 4 star standard including single, double, family rooms and suites. The County Arms Hotel has fine dining, a leisure club situated in beautiful gardens, with private parking.
Banagher, County Offaly, is an ideal base for visitors looking to get a glimpse of an Ireland of many ages. The town of Banagher there is no better place than The Brosna Lodge Hotel, an elegant 14 room hotel in the centre of the town.
The four-star Tullamore Court Hotel has something for everyone, luxury accommodation complemented by fine dining, extensive leisure facilities and friendly professional staff. It is ideally situated in Tullamore Town, County Offaly.
The four-star Bridge House Hotel in Tullamore, is less than 90 minutes from Dublin, Limerick and Galway making it the ideal meeting point. Renowned for good food, hospitality and service, the hotel is the perfect choice for a break.
The Central Hotel Tullamore is located in the heart of Tullamore Town in County Offaly. This hotel boasts 62 modern bedrooms decorated in a contemporary style, a gourmet restaurant and state of the art conference facilities.
The family run, three star Clonamore House Hotel is located on the outskirts of Tullamore in the heart of the midlands less than 90 minutes from Dublin, Limerick and Galway.
Kinnitty Castle Hotel is a gothic revival castle located at the foothills of the Slieve Bloom Mountains in County Offaly. This lavishly decorated property is set amidst 650 acres of rolling parkland, offering 37 distinctively styled bedrooms.
€159 total price
€75 per person sharing
€99 per person sharing
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