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Screebe House, historic fishing and shooting lodge, set in its own mature gardens on the shore of Camus Bay.
Muxnaw Lodge is an historic house. Antique furniture throughout the house. Overlooking Kenmare Bay mountains and suspension bridge. Mature gardens and walks, all weather tennis court. 1km from centre of town. Unsuitable for children.
A half way stopping point on the world, famous Ring of Kerry, The Old Cable House is a designated heritage site which traces its origins to the first transatlantic telegraph cable from Ireland to the US in 1866. All rooms are bright and spacious.
Martinstown House is a stunning Strawberry Gothic, Historic Country Home, where informal elegance meets supreme comfort. It's the perfect mix of old fashioned hospitality and modern comfort. Open fires, antique furniture and beautiful gardens.
Roundwood House is a country house hotel in a delightful location at the foot of the Slieve Bloom mountains, just an hour and fifteen minutes from Dublin city centre.
Enniscoe House offers elegant accommodation on a county estate in the midst of spectacular wild and unspoilt landscape in the west of Ireland. This historic family home is located on the shores of Lough Conn close to the Wild Atlantic Way.
Hilton Park is much more than just a hotel or a guesthouse, it is a grand country house offering luxury accommodation and real home grown country house cooking, in Clones, County Monaghan.
Clonalis House is the ancestral home of the O' Connors of Connacht. The family are decesdants of the last High Kings of Ireland and they were the traditional Kings of Connacht.
Temple House is a beautiful Georgian mansion set in an estate of 1,000 acres, overlooking a 13th Century lakeside castle of the Knights Templar.
Coopershill is a genuine, thriving, grand Irish country house providing comfort, character and sublime cooking. This magnificent 18th Century Georgian mansion is set in 500 acres of woodland and deer pastures in County Sligo.
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