One night stay: £60 per person (includes one tour and one 3 course meal in Harry’s Restaurant), or two night stay: £75 per person (tour plus meal)
For £100 Based on two people sharing for one night
Packages from £93 per couple
For £340 per person - Follow the booking link for more information and full booking details
From £85 per person sharing
From £190 pps (Sun-Wed) or £210 pps (Thur-Sat) - Follow the booking link for more information and full booking details
From £75 per person, per night
From £45 per person sharing
£199 for two people sharing
For €195 per person
For €185 per person
For £265.00 pps / €310.00 pps
For £148 per person sharing
2 nights from £200 per room
From €179 / £158 per person sharing
From €450 per person sharing (7 nights / 6 people sharing) - Dinner for 1 evening. Quote '2018 Cottage Special'
1 Night B&B, enjoy a Full Body Massage, or a Back, Neck and Shoulder Massage with a Head Massage - 45 Minutes, plus full use of the leisure facilities from £98 pp
Enjoy 2 nights bed & breakfast for two people sharing in a double or twin room from €109 pps
From €77.50pps per night
From £112.50 per person
For £137.50 per person - Follow the booking link for more information and full booking details
£50 per person per night, based on 2 night stay
From €80 per person per night
From €290 total stay.
1 Night B&B, a Peppermint & Seaweed Sugar Glow Treatment, & a Voya Mini Facial - 85 mins, full use of the Seiod Thermal Suite from £180 pp
From €300 per person sharing (including dinner for 2) - Quote 'Spring Break Seaside Special'
from €690 pps
Advance Purchase From €104.00 per Night Bed & Breakfast in a Double Room
From £100 per person
For £269 per person - Follow the booking link for more information and full booking details
Offer starts from £155.00
From €57.50 per person per night
From €32 per person sharing, including a full Irish breakfast.
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