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The Grafton Guesthouse in Dublin 2
- Grafton Guesthouse has a total of 16 bedrooms. All bedrooms have been recently refurbished, that offer a unique experience in a Victorian-era building. Simple yet cosy rooms with one old Victorian-era...
Mollys Cottage in Ardgroom
- Newly restored, stone built self-catering holiday home on a 12 acre Shorefront Farm on the stunning and unspoiled Ring of Beara, Beara Peninsula, West Cork. Sleeps up to 6, with bedrooms on the 2nd. f...
O Neills Town Home in Lisdoonvarna
- Enjoy a warm welcome at O'Neills Town Home situated close to Lisdoonvarna town centre near to the traditional music pubs and restaurants.
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Dublin, the capital of Ireland and one of Europe's most vibrant cities. Being the city of entertainment, Dublin is always bubbling with activities and has something exciting to offer to locals and tourists throughout the year. Home to over a quarter of the Ireland's population, almost one million in all, Dublin is a youthful, vibrant and dynamic city with an ever-increasing cosmopolitan influence. Chic restaurants and ultra-modern hotels have brought the city centre to life. Temple Bar needs no introduction and the older icons such as Trinity College, Merrion Square and the National Museum are all enjoying the benefits of Dublin's status as a year-round tourist destination.
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