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All are accommodations are meticulously chosen with the discerning traveller in mind. Whether it be an Irish Castle, 5 star hotel, intimate boutique hotel or guesthouse they offer ultimate comfort and luxury, character, fine cuisine and above all friendly service which is second to none.

Castlewood House - Dingle

Four Star Castlewood House is Dingle’s newest boutique property, located just a five minute walk from the lower centre of Dingle town where style, elegance and attention to detail is exemplary.

All areas of the house are elegant and sophisticated with an eclectic mix of old and new. Timeless antique pieces and a stunning art collection make Castlewood House a feast for the senses.

After a day of discovering the Dingle Peninsula sink in to a sofa by the fire or indulge in a relaxing Jacuzzi bath and a restful night’s sleep awake to an Award winning gourmet breakfast served in the dining room overlooking Dingle Bay.

Killarney Park Hotel - Killarney

The Killarney Park Hotel is situated on its own private grounds. This family owned, luxury, 5 star hotel in Killarney Kerry, is committed to ensuring that every moment will be memorable, relaxing and enjoyable. The Killarney Park Hotel where there is... warmth beyond the smile.

The Killarney Park hotel offers 5 star luxury accommodation in Killarney, with each spacious room overlooking either the hotel gardens, mountains beyond or the historic town of Killarney with the church and cathedral steeples in the background.

Room amenities at this Killarney accommodation include air conditioning, complimentary internet access, plasma television, marble bathrooms, plush robes, slippers and an in room safe. With such luxury as standard there is no wonder why the Killarney Park is considered as one of the finest hotels Kerry has to offer.

Bushmills Inn - Bushmills

One of Ireland’s most well known, luxurious four-star hotels, The Bushmills Inn is situated in an enviable location a stone’s throw from a host of visitor attractions including Royal Portrush Golf Club, Old Bushmills Distillery, The Giant’s Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge and Dunluce Castle.

Roaring peat fires, nooks and crannies and a secret library set the tone. In the bar, still lit by gas light, try a glass of malt from the hotel’s private cask and make sure to sample some of the finest North Antrim produce in the AA Rosette restaurant.

Ballygarry House - Tralee

Ballygarry House was built in the 18th Century as a majestic landowner’s house. Now transformed into an award winning luxury 4 star hotel and spa, Ballygarry House has been in the McGillicuddy family for 3 generations. The Hotel is set on 6 acres of landscaped gardens in the heart of the Kerry countryside overlooking the glorious Sliabh Mish Mountains.

Ballygarry House embodies the highest of service values and standards, whilst its design and character embody the charm of a country house.

Slieve Donard - Co. Down

The Slieve Donard Resort and Spa is a magnificent 115 year old Victorian building, emanating grandeur and opulence with its ornate reception rooms. Nestling at the foot of the Mountains of Mourne, the Slieve Donard Resort and Spa stands in six acres of immaculate private grounds. A golden strand of beach borders one side while the mighty Royal County Down golf links frames the other.

Named Best Irish Hotel at the prestigious Travel Media Awards, 2012 the Slieve Donard offers sumptuous luxury in exquisite surroundings

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