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Ireland Accommodations

 

 

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Adare Manor: Adare Manor - a stunning 1832 gothic “house” that is now a world-class hotel. Former home and seat of the Earls of Dunraven, this 840-acre baronial estate boasts 52 chimneys, 365 leaded-glass windows, 75 fireplaces and turrets everywhere. Surrounding this “castle” hotel are scenic grounds and a Robert Trent Jones golf course.

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Ashford Castle: Located at the head of island-studded Lough Corrib, Ireland’s second largest lake, is Ashford Castle, a magnificent edifice and is one of the great luxury resort hotels of Europe. Dating from the 13th century, Ashford sits in a 350+ acre estate and served for decades as the private residence of the Guinness brewing family. Turrets, battlements, a drawbridge, armor-lined corridors, crackling fireplaces in richly paneled drawing rooms and gracious service are all hallmarks of the Castle.

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Blue Haven Hotel: a luxury boutique style hotel located in the heart of Kinsale, the Blue Haven graciously combines the charm of old Kinsale with the modern luxuries of today. Each room is individually furnished with exquisite furniture, luxury pocket sprung beds, plasma tvs and finer touches to make each room unique. With a reputation as excellent food, friendly personal service and meticulous attention to detail, each visit is a special one.

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Brooks, dublin: Brooks Hotel is a charming, small, boutique hotel located in the heart of the city within easy walking distance of the major attractions including Trinity College and Dublin Castle, and the main Grafton Street shopping district.

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Bushmills Inn: The multi-awardwinning Bushmills Inn has been successful in recreating its origins as an old coaching inn and mill house. Bushmills has come to epitomize the spirit of Ulster hospitality and is regularly featured by travel writers around the world. Small, charming and intimate, Bushmills is a favorite in Northern Ireland.

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Dromhall Hotel: conveniently located a mere 5 minutes walk from Killarney town centre the Dromhall Hotel is an ideal base for all. Within easy reach of the National Park, Lakes, Ross Castle, Muckross House and the region's famous Golf Courses. Our enthusiastic staff are always happy to arrange & advise on tours, day trips and activities.

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Dromoland Castle: Dromoland Castle is one of the most famous baronial castles in Ireland, dating back to the 16th century. A dramatic turreted façade, wood and stone carvings, magnificent paneling, original oil paintings, and beautiful gardens and grounds are reminders of the castle’s historic past. It is also home to an 18-hole championship course.

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Dunraven Arms: established in 1792 as a coaching inn for the colourful market village of Adare, the Dunraven Arms is one of the region's premier hotels and has entertained dignitaries from Princess Grace to Presidents of Ireland. Inside, remnants of old-world charm stand alongside neat modernly spruced features, with secluded fire lit lounges, a fine restaurant and state of the art leisure facilities.

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FAITHLEGG HOUSE HOTEL & GOLF CLUB: in Waterford is an 18th century mansion which has been restored to form the centre piece of a magnificent four star hotel. Located just 5 miles east of Waterford city with 66 guest bedrooms and 19 suites, the Mews at Faithlegg has 51 houses and apartments offering a “self catering” option. The hotel overlooks a magnificent 18 hole parkland golf course, club house and fully equipped pro shop.  

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The Fitzwilliam Hotel: is located in the heart of Dublin. Experience the best of both worlds when staying at this trendy haven, to one side the tranquility and calm of St Stephen’s Green and to the other, Grafton Street, Dublin’s finest shopping avenue. From its central location, in amongst this buzzing vibrant city it is an easy stroll to explore the leading cultural, historical and leisure attractions. Or just step out to the chic shopping, high energy bars, fine dining restaurants and chattering Cafes

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four seasons dublin hotel: The charm of Irish tradition and hospitality combine to provide the stage for Four Seasons Hotel Dublin. The hotel is located in the prestigious embassy and residential district of Bellsbridge. The hotel’s vibrant, traditional atmosphere and decor is worthy of the finest Georgian residence and is complemented by a fine Irish staff. The hotel’s Ice bar has quickly become a favorite of locals and visitors alike; the martinis may be the best in Dublin.

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Glenlo Abbey, galway: Glenlo Abbey is set in an idyllic location along the shores of Lough Corrib. Glenlo was the ancestral home of the French and Blake families and today is a wonderful manor house hotel. Its famed restaurant is housed in two elegant Orient Express Pullman cars (one of which carried Winston Churchill's remains to Blenheim Palace before starring a decade later in Murder on the Orient Express).

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K Club: The Kildare Hotel and Country Club, affectionately known as simply the K Club, was built around an elegant 18th century country mansion. It is one of the great resorts of the Europe. This historic residence was designed after a Loire Valley chateau with many of the extravagant appointments from 19th century France. It is surrounded by hundreds of acres of parkland and its activities include tennis, horseback riding, fishing and golf on two world-class courses.

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Killarney Lodge: The Killarney Lodge is a traditional “bed and breakfast” a two minute walk to the center of Killarney. The Treacy family owns both the Lodge and the Killarney Park Hotel – considered the best in town.

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Killarney Park: Located in the center of town, the Killarney Park is considered by many to be the best hotel in the south of Ireland. Family-owned and managed, it is committed to achieving the highest possible standards of guest comfort. Personal attention to detail is evident from the moment you step inside while the warm, soothing colors, plush sofas, elegant antiques and efficient service make you believe that you have wandered into a Victorian country home.

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Killeen House, Killarney: located in the heart of one of the greatest golfing regions in the world, from the moment you walk in the door, Geraldine and Michael Rosney will treat you like you are the only guest in the house. From the “serve yourself” bar (the only place I know that accepts golf balls as legal tender) to the great food in Rozzers Restaurant, this is the place to base yourself in Ireland’s Southwest.

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Merchant Hotel, Belfast: this magnificent Grade 1 listed property has been sensitively restored to its original splendour and is now regarded as one of the top hotels in Northern Ireland. The architectural grandeur of the hotel's exterior and the opulence of the interior, demand an excellence of service and warmth of welcome that immediately sets our guests at their ease, with an ambience that embodies luxury and comfort around the clock.

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Merrion: Located in the heart of Dublin, the Merrion can justifiably claim to be Dublin’s most elegant hotel. Four Georgian mansions, one of which was the birth place of the Duke of Wellington who defeated Napoleon at Waterloo, have been sensitively restored. Along with wonderful accommodations and fabulous service, the Merrion is also home to Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud, one of only two restaurants in Dublin awarded two Michelin stars.

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Mount Juliet: Ireland’s largest walled estate, Mount Juliet belonged to the McCalmont family, leading horse breeders and trainers. The hotel itself is centered around a huge ivy-covered, Georgian mansion built more than 200 years ago. The 1500 acres at Mount Juliet include woodlands, pastures, formal gardens and Jack Nicklaus course. Dubbed the “Augusta of Europe”, the championship par 72 course has hosted the Irish Open three times.

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MOY HOUSE HOTEL, LAHISCH: was originally built in the mid 18th Century as home to Sir Augustine Fitzgerald. In its majestic splendour, the house prevails over the breathtaking Lahinch Bay, set on 15 acres of grounds adorned by mature woodland and a picturesque river.
Major restoration has transformed this Country House in keeping with present day expectations of superior standards, yet preserving its unique character, style and ambience.

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OLD GROUND HOTEL, ENNIS: a former manor house dating back to the 18th century, the Old Ground Hotel retains its magnificent ivy clad exterior of historic yesterday yet is filled with the modern elegance of a grand hotel. Encircled by plush gardens, a warm welcome awaits guest in the lobby where an open fire provides an ambience of comfort and relaxation.

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Slieve Donard Resort, Newcastle: The elegant Slieve Donard Resort and Spa is nestled in the heart of County Down, next door to the world-renowned golf course. Standing on 6 acres of private grounds, the hotel has been providing the best of Irish hospitality for over 100 years. The Percy French restaurant provides a cozy and friendly atmosphere in which to enjoy the talents of local live acts. Guests and locals mingle in the hotel’s popular pub, Chaplin’s named after the famous comedian who visited the hotel in 1921.

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Temple Bar Hotel: Situated in the heart of Dublin’s trendy Temple Bar, this three star hotel offers every comfort with the city at your doorstep. The shopping areas of Henry Street and Grafton Street, Trinity College home to the Book of Kells, O'Connell Street and the Millennium Spire, the Guinness Storehouse and the National Museum of Ireland are all a short distance from the hotel.

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The Lodge at doonbeg: In May 2006, the long-awaited luxury property, The Lodge at Doonbeg opened. It is a private club, with limited visitor access to both golf and accommodations and features a Greg Norman-designed golf course. Reminiscent of a baronial Scottish castle, it provides a combination of an Irish ‘manor house’ feel, with American opulence.

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The Malton: formerly the Great Southern Hotel Killarney, is a stunning Victorian hotel and much-loved Irish landmark. Since opening our doors in 1854, this historic hotel has been a cherished destination, welcoming visitors from all over the world.

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The Westin Dublin: located on its own city block in downtown Dublin opposite Trinity College, The Westin Dublin is in the perfect location to explore Ireland’s capital city. Formerly the Allied Irish Bank, this historic building has been transformed into a luxury 5-star hotel. Located only steps away from the Cultural Quarter, Temple Bar, as well as the famous shops of Grafton Street, the hotel is also within easy walking distance of Dublin’s business and financial district.


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Vaughn Lodge, Lahisch: Vaughan Lodge offers peace and relaxation within easy walking distance of the Lahinch town center, and was built with golfers in mind. The hotel feautres a contemporary design, quality materials and great sense of space in large, clean-lined bedrooms and public areas - including a clubby bar.

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Waterville House: is a four-star country manor hotel located on a forty-acre estate overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. It has ten beautifully appointed en-suite bedrooms offering spectacular views of the Atlantic. This is the perfect base for play at Waterville Golf Links.