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Country and manor houses, castles and restaurants.
Independent Holiday Hostels of Ireland markets over 100 holiday hostels in Ireland.
An Óige, the Irish Youth Hostel Association.
Hidden Ireland is a collection comprising some of Ireland’s historic houses located throughout the island of Ireland.
A quiet park located within easy reach of Dublin Airport, North Beach Caravan Park sits on the seafront in Rush, County Dublin. An excellent choice for touring the region, the park is family owned and includes a range of facilities.
Kilronan House is an award-winning bed and breakfast located in a quiet, leafy district of Dublin’s beautiful Georgian Quarter, yet less than a five minute walk to St Stephens Green, Grafton Street, and city centre.
Egans House is a quality assured, three star guest house located in a quiet residential area but only 9km from Dublin Airport and 2km from Dublin city centre.
Ariel House is a beautiful Victorian styled guesthouse in the heart of Dublin 4 in Ballsbridge. A stones throw from the Aviva Stadium and the magnificent RDS stadium, a stay here offers a touch of elegance in the heart of the city.
Harveys Guesthouse is a restored Georgian building, run by the Flood family. The guest house is centrally located 900 metres from O'Connell Bridge in Dublin City Centre.
Ardagh House is a deluxe three star guesthouse convenient to Dublin city centre. Centrally located between Rathgar, Rathmines and Dartry, this family-run guesthouse offers bed and breakfast accommodation in a peaceful environment.
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