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Lough Inagh Lodge, just 42 miles from Galway, is set on the shores of Lough Inagh, one of Connemara's most beautiful lakes. Amidst the most spectacular scenery in Ireland visitors can fish, shoot, play golf, hill-climb, or pony trek or just relax. Lough Inaghs Lodge is the perfect haven for total relaxation, offering supreme comfort, execellent... more
Clontarf Castle is a luxurious haven tucked away in suburban Dublin, two miles from the hub of the city . Originally built in 1172, Clontarf holds a special place in the annuals of Irish history. Here Ireland's heroic High King laid special welcome to those mischievous travellers from Nordic shores. Our welcome may not be so robust but just as... more
The Gresham is a prestigious hotel in the heart of Dublin offering its guests the atmosphere of a grand hotel with every possible amenity. Situated close to Dublin's premiere shopping streets, The Gresham offers easy access to the Jervis Center, the Abbey and the Gate Theatres, Art Galleries and Trinity College.... more
Smartly located just off Grafton Street in the very heart of the city, The Westbury is within 2 minute’s walk of elegant shopping, central business districts, theatres, entertainment and cultural attractions.... more
Fitzwilliam Park, situated in one of Dublin's most elegant Georgian Squares, is a small private Georgian Townhouse providing luxury accommodation in a sanctuary of peace and relaxation in Dublin city centre. Fitzwilliam Park is just 10 minutes walk from Trinity College, St. Stephen's Green, Grafton Street and Dublin's famous Temple Bar area.... more
Knocklofty House is superbly set in 105 acres of sweeping parkland, approximately four miles from the lovely town of Clonmel, County Tipperary. Formerly the country residence of the Earls of Donoughmore, Knocklofty dates from the 17th C. Internally the house embodies the best of Irish Georgian decorative architecture and, externally, commands... more