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Maldron Hotel Pearse Street
Maldron Hotel Pearse Street Star Rating 4        
99-107 Pearse Street

Maldron Hotel Pearse Street is ideally located in the heart of Dublin city centre, making it the perfect location for a city break, business meeting or a family getaway.The superior 4-star provides bright rooms with spacious, comfortable furnishings and a private bathroom as well as free Wi-Fi throughout the whole property. Limited on-site parking for 15 Euro per night is also available.
Maldron Hotel Portlaoise
Maldron Hotel Portlaoise Star Rating 3        
Midway Abbeyleix Road

The Maldron Hotel Portlaoise is regarded as one of the finest hotels in Laois. We offer superior 3 star comfort and affordability to both corporate and leisure guests alike. Located just off exit 17 on the M7 motorway, 45 minutes from Dublin and 1 hour from Cork, our midlands location makes us easily accessible from all locations.
Maldron Hotel Galway
Maldron Hotel Galway Star Rating 4        
Maldron Hotel and Leisure Club Galway

This laid-back, family-friendly hotel sits in a stone 3-storey building off the N18 road, 4.2 km from Galway Airport.Airy, modern rooms have free Wi-Fi, satellite TV, and tea and coffeemaking equipment.
Ard Ri House Hotel
Ard Ri House Hotel Star Rating 3        
Milltown Road

This warm hotel is 1.1 km from the centre of the market town of Tuam and 4.5 km from the Tuam Golf Club.
Brook Lodge Hotel
Brook Lodge Hotel Star Rating 4        
High Street

Set in an acre of landscaped gardens, Brook Lodge is in the heart of Killarney. It has large rooms with satellite TVs and free Wi-Fi.The individually designed and non-smoking rooms at the Brook are decorated in warm shades and have bespoke furniture.
Annandale House
Annandale House Star Rating 3        
84 Grace Park Road, Drumcondra - Dublin

Among the modest brick homes of a suburban north Dublin street, this laid-back B&B is 2 km from Dublin City University, 2.8 km from the National Botanic Gardens and 3.7 km from the city centre.
Glocca Morra B&B
Glocca Morra B&B Star Rating 4        

When visiting Ogonnelloe, Glocca Morra B&B is a great choice to consider. Guests looking to stay active can check out the nearby kayaking and scuba diving, and free perks include WiFi, self parking, and cooked-to-order breakfast daily between 8 AM and 10 AM. There's also a garden, and rooms at this upscale bed & breakfast offer LCD TVs and DVD players.
Bridgeburn House
Bridgeburn House Star Rating 3        
Bridgeburnhouse, Trentagh

Bridgeburn House is a great choice for a stay in Letterkenny. Guests will have free perks like breakfast and self parking..
Ballyrusley B&B
Ballyrusley B&B        
5c Ballyrusley Road, Portaferry, Newtownards

Ballyrusley B&B provides a comfortable setting while in Portaferry. It also offers a garden.The bed & breakfast has 2 well-appointed rooms that are accompanied by a range of essential facilities to ensure guests have an enjoyable stay.
Herons Cove Bed and Breakfast Rossnowlagh
Herons Cove Bed and Breakfast Rossnowlagh Star Rating 3        

A haven of fine food, hospitality and comfortable accommodation. Located close to the magnificent beach at Rossnowlagh and the picturesque little harbour at Creevy Pier in South Donegal, Heron's Cove is the ideal, intimate destination from which to explore the wonderful coastline and countryside of the North West. Our specializes in the finest local produce, particularly seafood from local ports, prepared by our chefs with pride, to the highest standard.
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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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