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  1. Kilgraney House

    Bagenalstown, Carlow

    Kilgraney house is an elegant 19th Century Georgian country house set in five acres of manicured herb gardens on the eastern slopes of the Barrow valley in county Carlow. Halfway between Bagenalstown and Borris. Read more

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  2. Clone House

    Aughrim, Wicklow

    Clone House is a hidden treasure located between Arklow and Aughrim in County Wicklow, the Garden of Ireland. Offering guests elegant country house accommodation, this is an ideal base from which to explore Wicklow. Read more

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  3. Muxnaw Lodge

    Kenmare, Kerry

    Built in 1801. Beautiful old furniture warm house with antique fire places. 3 1/2 acres of mature gardens & walks. All weather tennis court. Breakfast menu. Within walking distance of town. Unsuitable for children. Dogs allowed outside. Satellite TV. Many recommendations. Tea making facilities. Wireless internet. Read more

  4. Lough Bishop House

    Collinstown, Westmeath

    Lough Bishop is a charming Country House nestling peacefully into a south-facing slope overlooking Bishop's Lough in County Westmeath. Set on 100 acre working farm Lough Bishop provides unique country house B&B accommodation. Read more

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  5. Sea Mist House

    Clifden, Galway

    Sea Mist House is a 19th Century town house, one of the first to be built in Clifden. Whilst retaining its classical character it has been refurbished in a warm and welcoming style. The addition of a conservatory overlooking the cottage garden gives you a feeling of peace and tranquility in an otherwise busy market town. Flowers, fruits and herbs complement our extensive breakfast menu. Read more

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  6. Ballyportry Castle

    Corofin, Clare

    Ballyportry Castle is a genuine late medieval 15th century Gaelic tower house, rented as an exclusive let to groups of no more than eight guests. Unusual in that it survived relatively intact after the 17th century decline of the Gaelic aristocracy. Read more

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  7. Woodbrook House

    Enniscorthy, Wexford

    Woodbrook House is a large Georgian family house set in it's own parkland in the shadow of the Blackstairs Mountains west of Enniscorthy in County Wexford. Read more

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  8. Delphi Lodge

    Leenane, Galway

    Delphi Lodge is a delightful 1830s Historic country house and fishing lodge in one of the most spectacular settings in Leenane, County Galway. It offers charming accommodation, glorious scenery, great food and total tranquillity. Read more

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  9. Mornington

    Mullingar, Westmeath

    A haven of tranquility and warm hospitality, Mornington has been the home of the O Hara,s since 1858. A gracious faimily home, dating from 1710, there are open fires and dinner is by candlelight. An ideal base for touring. Read more

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  10. Glenlohane

    Kanturk, Cork

    Glenlohane offers charming, family run, country house accommodation in a wonderful historic private house, set amidst parkland in the heart of County Cork. Read more

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