Situated in 14 acres of 300-year-old beautiful gardens, Maryborough Hotel & Spa offers stylish rooms, a luxurious spa and an award winning restaurant.
Indulge in the luxurious and private accommodation this hotel offers and relax in the comfort of your room, enjoy a rejuvenating spa treatment as well as scrumptious cuisine, spending the most relaxing and romantic honeymoon getaway.
Spa features massage/treatment rooms, facials, body wraps, body treatments and a variety of treatment therapies including aromatherapy.
Nestled in a private 450 acre woodland estate, walks and rivers in the heart of Connemara Co. Galway, this authentic Castle Hotel stands proudly overlooking a salmon fishery. The castle was originally owned by the famous Pirate Queen, Grace O'Malley with her husband. She openly defied Queen Elizabeth's reign and led the O'Flaherty Clan.
The boutique hotel is positioned along the Wild Atlantic Way and it is the perfect base for touring the 1,500 miles driving route from Kinsale in Co. Cork. to Malin Head in Donegal.
All rooms in the castle are finished to a very high standard and all luxury and superior rooms offer stunning views across the river and woodland.
Before becoming a hotel in 2008, the building were Maldron is housed today used to be the North Infirmary Hospital in 1720 and was later used to secretly treat the wounded soldiers from the war. Due to its history, the hotel is considered one of the most haunted places in Ireland. Guests have reported seeing the ghost of a woman who is believed to have died while giving birth back when the hotel was an infirmary, while broken mirrors and equipment have terrified guests and staff alike. Rumour has it that in between rooms 318 and 319 there is a closed off room, 325, which cannot be accessed on its own and is said to be a hive of paranormal activity.
From the magnificence of the Lords Bedchamber to the spaciousness and elegance of the hotel's Courtyard rooms and delightful cottages a magnificent stay awaits you at Cabra Castle, one of the most famous and luxurious castle hotels in Ireland.
Initially built in 1699, the original castle's ruins can still be seen at the Wishing Well, near Cromwell's Bridge. Some historical accounts suggest that the castle belonged to the O'Reilly family until it was confiscated under Cromwell's orders in the 17th century. The castle was completely destroyed during the Cromwellian War. In 1813, Colonel James Pratt bought Cormy Castle and its 400 acres of land from Augustus Foster. He then moved "Cabra House" from the Wishing Well to the castle itself. In 1820, he renamed Cormy Castle to Cabra Castle. It was first turned into a hotel in 1964, featuring high ceilings, lavish staircases and historic hallways.
All children are welcome, children under 2 years old stay for free when using existing beds.
Ireland’s First AA 5 Red Star Hotel, is set in the heart of the beautiful Irish countryside, right on the banks of the River Liffey.
Considered as one of the best golf hotels in Ireland and boasting two superb golf courses designed by Arnold Palmer, a golf superstar, The K Club is nothing short of ideal for the most memorable golf vacation you have ever had. Offering opportunities for beginners, experienced players and corporate events as well, this 5-star hotel will make your golf getaway as enjoyable as possible.
The K Spa offers facials, massages, hydrotherapy, body wraps, body treatments, body scrubs and aromatherapy.
From the moment you arrive at Portmarnock Hotel, its friendly staff will take care of your every need. You can enjoy playing on their golf links course, walk on the award-winning 'Velvet Strand' beach or pamper yourself in its health & beauty clinic.
Set on the shoreline of the tough peninsula falling into the Irish Sea, the hotel is regarded as a classic gem of the Irish golf.
Perfectly located on "The Velvet Strand", one of Ireland's most amazing stretches of uninterrupted coastline, Portmarnock Hotel boasts an absolute beachfront location which will impress all guests.