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Rooms 5, Ensuite 5. Restored Victorian home in south Belfast owned by Roger and Olive Nicholson, ...
The Old Bank Townhouse is located in the centre of Kinsale, County Cork, and is just 20 minutes from Cork City and close to Kinsale's many famous bars and restaurants. This Georgian four-star property is a blend of comfort and old world charm.
Recipient of many awards, modern, spacious bungalow in quiet, rural setting.
Fanad House is a tastefully decorated guesthouse overlooking Kilkenny Castle Park. Fanad House is ideally located within a five minute walk of Kilkenny City centre and is ideally situated for exploring the south east of Ireland.
Well established guest house, all rooms with colour TV, hospitality tray. Guest lounge with Sky ...
Kilmurvey House is a 150 year old country house, once the home of the 'Ferocious O'Flahertys', situated at the foot of Dun Aonghus, beside Dun Aonghus visitor centre on the Aran Island of Inís Mór.
Located in Clonmany Village, County Donegal, in the valley between Rachtion Mor and the Atlantic Ocean on the Inishowen peninsula, the three-star Glen House Guest House has something for everyone.
Charleville Lodge (former home of Lord Charleville), is an elegant terrace of Edwardian Houses located minutes from the city centre, Trinity College, Temple Bar, en route to Dublin Airport and car ferry.
Ferryport House is a three star guesthouse in Rosslare Harbour, County Wexford. Approved by the Irish tourist board, Ferryport House also includes Fusion restaurant serving a variety of fresh seafood, steaks and Chinese cuisine.
Crofton Bray Head Inn in Bray, County Wicklow, is ideally located for Dublin City and touring Wicklow. The house is 150 years old with glorious sea views.
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