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Dromoland Castle Hotel  
Hotel in Dromoland  
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Historic Hotel

Dating back to the 5th century, Dromoland Castle was originally the home of one of the families of Gaelic Royalty, descendants of Brian Boru, High King of Ireland.
 
Ballyseede Castle  
Hotel in Tralee  
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Ballyseede Castle, one of the most famous Castle Hotels in Ireland, has a long history which dates back to the 1590’s.
 
Clontarf Castle Hotel  
Hotel in Dublin  
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12th century original castle.
 
Farnham Estate Spa and Golf Resort  
Hotel in Cavan  
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Initially named Dromellan Castle, the first record of the estate dates as far back as 1664. Having changed many owners and having been renovated time and again, Farnham Estate is now a renowned luxurious spa and golf resort.
 
Blarney Castle Hotel  
Hotel in Blarney  
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Blarney Castle Hotel has been welcoming guests since 1837. The third generation of owners guarantee a perfect stay, as was always done.
 
Renvyle House Hotel  
Hotel in Renvyle  
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The hotel is located on 150 acres including a par 3 golf course, a beach, a private lake, woodlands, gardens and many activities on site.

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Hotel near Golf Courses

The hotel features a 9-hole golf course. 


Beachfront Hotel

The resort is surrounded by private parkland on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean. 


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Ballynahinch Castle Hotel  
Hotel in Ballynahinch  
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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.

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Boutique-style Hotel

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.


Luxury Hotel

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.


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Lough Rynn Castle  
Hotel in Mohill  
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The castle is situated on the estate of the Mac Raghnaill family, rulers before the Tudor dynasty.
 
Bellinter House  
Hotel in Navan  
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Bellinter House is a Georgian mansion that was initially built at around 1750 and was used primarily as a residence. The property has changed many owners since then, until it was refurbished and adapted to become the luxurious boutique-style hotel that it is today.
 
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The hotel was built in 1700's and it was renovated in 2002 keeping the old charm and uniqueness.
 
Maryborough Hotel & Spa  
Hotel in Cork  
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Situated in 14 acres of 300-year-old beautiful gardens, Maryborough Hotel & Spa offers stylish rooms, a luxurious spa and an award winning restaurant.

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Hotel for Honeymoon

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.


Hotel with Spa

Spa features massage/treatment rooms, facials, body wraps, body treatments and a variety of treatment therapies including aromatherapy. 


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The Killarney Park  
Hotel in Killarney  
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The hotel offers some magnificent Historical and cultural sightseeing, such as Muckross House & Gardens, Muckross Traditional Farms and the Ross Castle.
 
Maldron Hotel Shandon Cork City  
Hotel in Cork  
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Historic Hotel

 


Haunted Hotel

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.


Family Friendly Hotel

 


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The Merrion Hotel  
Hotel in Dublin  
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Created from the restoration of fine 18th-century Georgian townhouses, this hotel is very sensitive to the heritage of the original buildings.
 
Buswells Hotel  
Hotel in Dublin  
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The history of the building where the hotel is housed today dates back to the 1800s. Before it was turned into the elegant Buswells Hotel, it used to be an Institute for the Training and Employment of Educated Women, supported by the Queen in 1861. Offering a wide array of practical classes for women, the institute worked for 20 years before closing down. It was first turned into a hotel in the early 1880s, and, while it changed names and owners since then, it has continued to offer the highest quality of accommodation to all its guests.
 
Ariel House  
Guest House in Dublin  
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The original house was built in 1850, during the rule in England of Queen Victoria, during the time that Ireland was a part of the United Kingdom.
 
The Dunraven, Adare  
Hotel in Adare  
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The Dunraven Arms was established back in 1792, and continues to be an oasis of tranquillity, offering the atmosphere of a historic country house.
 
Perryville House  
Guest House in Kinsale  
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Captain Adam Warren Perry built Perryville House in 1810 and since then his ancestors had been living in the house.
 
The Hardiman (formerly Hotel Meyrick)  
Hotel in Galway  
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Initially constructed in 1852, the hotel was known as The Railway Hotel, and later on as the Great Southern Hotel, before becoming known as Hotel Meyrick, the name it still retain until today. Despite its name changes, the hotel always strove to provide the most luxurious and high quality accommodation for every guest, while it even accommodated Prince Louis Napoleon of France in 1857. During WWI, the hotel was occupied by the British Army.
 
Schoolhouse Hotel  
Hotel in Dublin  
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Standing for two centuries on the banks of Grand Canal, the hotel is a charming, old-world hideaway.
 
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