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The Travellers Rest is a delightful family-run, town centre guesthouse in Mohill in the heart of beautiful Leitrim. Particular pride is taken in the warm, friendly atmosphere that seems like a home away from home.
The Strandhill Lodge & Suites is a new four star luxury guesthouse, which sits in the picturesque, seaside village of Strandhill, County Sligo.
Árd Einne is a three-star guesthouse located on Inis Mór, Aran Islands, County Galway and comprises eight cottage style and well-appointed bedrooms with spectacular seascapes. All rooms are ensuite with complimentary Wi-Fi available.
St. George’s Guesthouse is located just a two minute walk from the Wexford Town centre. The two-star property offers nine ensuite bedrooms which provide multichannel TV, Wi-Fi and tea- and coffee-making facilities.
Situated on the scenic Coast Road with spectacular views of Rathlin Island and Scotland, this ...
Elements Guest House is a family run business situated on its own private grounds in stunning Lisdoonvarna, County Clare. Join the craic in the local pubs, music nightly throughout the summer and the matchmaking festival in September.
Portfinn lodge is situated in stunning Lenane, overlooking Killary Harbour, Portfinn Lodge & Fjord Restaurant is nestled in the heart of Connemara.
Travel writers have described this family-run, fully licensed sea shore guesthouse in Tahilla, County Kerry, as the most idyllic spot in Ireland. Tahilla Cover Guesthouse is often the haunt of Irish and British dignitaries.
Clancys of Glenfarne offer first-class accommodation, an excellent restaurant, supermarket and post office facilities in Glenfarne, County Leitrim.
The Olde Woods is situated in the picturesque town of Balla, County Mayo. The one-star family run guesthouse offers six comfortable bedrooms in an ideal location for exploring the West of Ireland.
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