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  1. Mornington

    Mullingar, Westmeath

    Mornington is a gracious family home, dating from 1710. It is a haven of tranquility and warm hospitality, and has been the home of the O'Haras since 1858. There are open fires, and dinner is by candlelight. An ideal base for touring the region. Read more

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  2. Kilmokea Country Manor

    Campile, Wexford

    Kilmokea is a lovingly restored Georgian manor set in seven acres of heritage gardens on the banks of the River Barrow in Campile, County Wexford. The bedrooms in this former rectory have been lavishly decorated and offer the ultimate in relaxation. Read more

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  3. Woodbrook House

    Enniscorthy, Wexford

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

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  4. 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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  5. Gaultier Lodge

    Woodstown, Waterford

    Gaultier Lodge is a country house on the southeast coast of County Waterford. Overlooking the beach at Woodstown and Waterford Bay and giving 20 miles of uninterrupted coastal views of County Wexford, guests can enjoy high quality bed and breakfast. Read more

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  6. The Manor

    Manor Kilbride, Wicklow

    The Manor is a two storey Elizabethan Gothic house with tall gables, standing in a wooded estate, offering luxury B&B accommodation a mere 45 minutes from Dublin Airport. Read more

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  7. Clare Island Lighthouse

    Clare Island, Mayo

    Clare Island Lighthouse is a Historic House sited on the most northerly point of Clare Island, County Mayo. The Lighthouse was built in 1806 by the Marquis of Sligo. Read more

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  8. Collon House

    Collon, Louth

    Collon House, built in 1740 was the home of John Speaker Foster, the last Speaker of the Irish House of Commons. Guests may stay in authentic Georgian interiors of the mid-18th Century with period antiques and still enjoy every modern comfort. Read more

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  9. Tom Blake House

    Kells, Meath

    A 19th century former schoolhouse, Tom Blake House has been lovingly restored and operates as a bed and breakfast. Read more

  10. Virginia Park Lodge

    Ballyjamesduff, Cavan

    A grand 18th Century country estate set in over 100 acres of Cavan countryside overlooking Lough Ramor. Read more

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