This island has a rich history and is an exciting destination to be explored.
Swords Castle stands in the centre of North County Dublin since 1200 A.D. It was built by the first Norman Archbishop...
Shankill Castle is an 18th-century building surrounded by stunning parkland near Paulstown, County Kilkenny. The garden...
Ashbrook has been family home of the Ash family since before 1595.
Rockfleet Castle (Carraig-an-Cabhlaigh), also known as Carrickahowley Castle, stands at the mouth of a small inlet on...
Situated at the end of a long and gently curving driveway, Brideweir is an excellent example of a nineteenth century...
Bantry House and Garden, the stunning stately home of the Earls of Bantry and their descendants the White family. The...
Explore this beautifully maintained neo-classical stately home and landscape parklands.
Includes 4 nights 4* accommodation (inc breakfast), Golf at 3 of Ireland's best golf courses, delicious four course meal on 3 evenings & Much More for €449 pp!
From €50 per person for Adult Ticket.
1 Night B&B, a bottle of Sparkling Wine & Chocolate Strawberries in room, £30 credit towards evening meal, use of the thermal spa suite from £90 pp
From €290 total stay.
For €300 per couple
From €32 per person sharing including a full Irish breakfast.
For €55 per person
Enjoy 2 nights bed & breakfast for two people sharing in a double or twin room from €109 pps
For £72.50 per person sharing - subject to availability
€485 pps Low Season Twin or Double
From €1570 pps with single supplement of €190
From €503 pps for 8 nights including B&B.
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