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Woodhaven Lodge - Bed & Breakfast Star Rating 3        
20 Woodhaven, Merlin Park

Woodhaven Lodge Bed and Breakfast is in a central location and within walking distance of historic and picturesque Galway city. The guest accommodation is a comfortable and welcoming home that is finished to high standards with all bedrooms en-suite, clean and comfortable. Guests are guaranteed a warm Irish welcome and will experience Irish culture first-hand as hosts, Joe and Bridie, are native Irish speakers who will delight in making guests stay a pleasant and memorable one.
Avondale House Dublin Star Rating 3        
41/42 Lower Gardiner Street

Within walking distance of several bus stops, this straightforward guesthouse fronts a bustling city centre street and is a 5-minute walk from Trinity College and Dublin Castle. The basic rooms provide cable TV. Some have en suite bathrooms, while others share facilities.
Zuni Hotel Star Rating 3        
26 Patricks Street

Within a 5-minute walk of the 16th-century Rothe House and Kilkenny Castle, this upscale, chic hotel in the historic district is 11 minutes on foot from the 14th-century St. Canice's Cathedral. Stylish rooms and suites with minimalist decor offer free WiFi and flat-screen TVs.
Sky Apartments Dublin Star Rating 3        
2-4 Litton Lane

Within a 2-minute walk from the River Liffey and the city centre's main street, this colourful hostel is set in a converted recording studio. It's 3 minutes' walk from Luas light rail, 4 minutes' walk from the Temple Bar nightlife precinct and 7 minutes' walk from Trinity College. Lodging is offered in mixed or female-only dorms, along with private rooms.
Sky Backpackers The Liffey Star Rating 3        
2-4 Litton Lane

Within a 2-minute walk from the River Liffey and the city centre's main street, this colourful hostel is set in a converted recording studio. It's 3 minutes' walk from Luas light rail, 4 minutes' walk from the Temple Bar nightlife precinct and 7 minutes' walk from Trinity College. Lodging is offered in mixed or female-only dorms, along with private rooms.
Sky Backpackers - The Spire Star Rating 1        
92 Marlborough Street

Within a 2-minute walk from the River Liffey and the city centre's main street, this colourful hostel is set in a converted recording studio. It's 3 minutes' walk from Luas light rail, 4 minutes' walk from the Temple Bar nightlife precinct and 7 minutes' walk from Trinity College. Lodging is offered in mixed or female-only dorms, along with private rooms.
Jacobs Inn Dublin Star Rating 2        
21 - 28 Talbot Place

Within 100m of the main city bus terminal and a Luas light rail stop, this vibrant hostel is an 8-minute walk from the city's main thoroughfare, a 13-minute walk from the Temple Bar nightlife precinct and 1.7 km from 3Arena. The mixed or single-sex dorms feature simple, modern decor with wooden floors and en suite bathrooms.
Doolin Cottage B&B        
County Clare

With views over scenic countryside, this quaint B&B in a cottage on the village's outskirts is 2.6 km from the North Atlantic Ocean, 5.6 km from the N67 and 8.
Sheraton Athlone Star Rating 4        
Gleeson Street

With views of the River Shannon, this waterfront inn is a 5-minute walk from Athlone train station and a 9-minute walk from Athlone Castle. The modern rooms and suites feature en suite bathrooms, walnut and leather furniture, and plasma-screen TVs with cable, plus free WiFi, and tea and coffeemaking equipment. Dining options include a cafe, a bar and a restaurant serving Irish and international cuisine.
Lough Bran House Star Rating 4        
Lough Bran House BB, Farnagh

With views of the open countryside, this refined B&B is 2.3 km from Leitrim village with its marina on the Shannon-Erme Waterway. It's 5 km from Carrick-on-Shannon and the N4 motorway.
 
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Ireland is a country that is steeped in history, culture, geographical beauty and youthful energy. Positioned in the Atlantic Ocean on the outskirts of Western Europe, Ireland is a region famous for its scenery with a beautiful, much indented coastline, great areas of mountains, deep glens, lakes and sandy beaches.

All of the Irish cities are overflowing with trendy bars and nightclubs. Dublin, Cork, Belfast and Galway boast their own charms, but it is out in the rolling countryside that you can unearth the idyllic Ireland of the movies. Here in the atmospheric old pubs you can experience the legendary 'craic' where music and song lead the course of an evening.

The Ireland of the new millennium is a modern, progressive European nation. Rapidly gaining a reputation as a communications and IT centre recent developments have also seen tourism become one of Ireland's largest industries.
 
 
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